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The ozone hole over Antarctica has has begun to improve, but despite this exciting progress, climate change is still a major concern. To find out more about the ozone, climate change, and what it all means for you, check out these top CurioCity resources.

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Many people suffer from chemophobia: the (irrational) fear of chemicals. They will try to avoid anything that contains chemicals and look for products labeled as “chemical free”.

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I have finished my undergraduate and masters in chemistry (MChem), finished my PhD in Biomedical Sciences and have done a Postdoc in the department of Biotechnology and Biomedicine, now on a second postdoc in marine natural products, next step is lecturer.

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Get energized with CurioCity's Spotlight on Energy Featured Topic! Here you can discover how Canadians find, produce, move, consume and conserve energy. Begin an exploration into the world of energy.

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Who knew an otherwise helpful molecule could do so much damage when it’s in the wrong place!

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Does the universe have a beginning or was it here since forever? Evidence suggests that there was indeed a starting point to this universe we are part of right now.

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What is dark energy? What is dark matter? Well, if we knew exactly we would have a nobel prize – we know that they exist though. So what do we know about those strange things? This video points out that there is still a lot to know about our universe.

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Researchers have found that consuming foods rich in flavanols is linked to more efficient blood flow, which can improve brain function.

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This video looks at how the features of plastic that makes is so useful to us (cheap, durable and expendable) have resulted in serious issues in the ocean. Addresses both macro and microplastics.

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Scientists estimate that there are more than 5.25 trillion plastic pieces floating on the surface of oceans.

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