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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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Dr. Young Lee will talk about her role as the Radiation Oncology Medical Physicist at the Sunnybrook Health Science Centre in the research and treatment of cancer.

The event is taking place on November 25, 2015 at 7:00 pm.

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Scientists are developing new ways to charge electronic devices without any need for a cord. Instead, you may soon be able to charge your gadgets using the power of sound waves.

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I am a graduate physics student from Windsor, Ontario, Canada. I obtained my Bachelor of Science in Physics from the University of Windsor in Spring 2015, and am currently living in Toronto where I am starting my graduate studies at York University. I am a passionate Let's Talk Science Volunteer, and in my spare time I like to cook, make greeting cards, and post on my science blog.

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Race car driver Amy Castell explains the science and technology of racing helmets.

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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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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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Dr D. Bulte from Oxford University's FMRIB (Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain) centre explains the theory underlying today's modern MRI scanners. Easy to understand.

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