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She is the first ever computer-generated pop singer to perform “live” in front of a real audience. Hatusne's popularity is growing rapidly among fans in eastern Asia, and beyond.

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Let's Talk Science, with support from Amgen Canada, commissioned an Angus Reid Vision Critical survey that found only one in three (37 per cent) Canadian teens aged 16 to 18 are interested in taking a science course at the post-secondary level.

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Have you ever dreamed of travelling to outer space? Seven-year-old Max Geissbuhler and his dad realized that this was not possible for them, so they did the next best thing...

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A group of engineers have taken advantage of the eye's electrical properties (slight positive charge in the cornia and slight negative charge in the retina) to control a Super Mario Brothers game.

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Spruce Deuce is the creation of music artist Steve Averill. It's a robotic percussionist made out of birch plywood with articulated limbs that are manipulated by servos connected to a MIDI controller.

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Would you believe it’s possible to build a working “inkjet” printer using LEGO, a few spare parts and a lot of ingenuity?

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British researchers are studying how better side-stepping techniques in sports such as rugby could help to prevent anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries.

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Hear Einstein himself explain his famous equation.

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Nanofibres are 50 times thinner than the threads spun by spiders. Scientists are looking at ways to use these amazing fibres in everyday life.

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