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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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Melissa is a Let's Talk Science volunteer and graduate student at York University who spent the summer of 2015 doing research at CERN

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Within a few decades, it is very possible that some of the power you use will be generated by bacteria.

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This video explains the Magnus Effect which describes how spin effects moving objects. The importance of the Magnus Effect extends from the effect of spin on a ball to some travel applications.

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