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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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Would developing Star Wars technologies actually require breaking any laws of physics? Surprisingly, the answer is often no.

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My job with Greenhouses Canada is to work with our clients to help decide on the design and operation of a four season greenhouse that will allow them to grow their own healthy food. I create maintenance plans for the crops we grow in our greenhouses and train the greenhouse operators on how to grow food.

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Just like humans, who can be infected by viruses through sexual contact, bacteria are vulnerable to viral infection during conjugation, a process that is sometimes called “bacterial sex”.

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In this case study, students will analyze video and print resources to explore the characteristics and potential effects of near-space objects in our solar system on the Earth.

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I completed my M.Sc. in Biology and am currently working. My research is in environmental science and is a combination of science and law.

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A rare spectacle was on display in the sky on the night of September 27-28, 2015: a total eclipse of a supermoon.

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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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Participants in the Energy4Travel Action Project will become aware of the energy consumed just about every day that is often taken for granted - the energy consumed getting us from place to place!

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See how the Energy4Travel Action Project links with specific courses, strands/topics and outcomes/expectations.

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