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How does an animal without legs actually move across the ground? This is a question that mathematicians at the National Science Foundation set out to answer using observation, experimentation, and computer modelling.

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Ever wondered what a career in research could be like or what sort of projects you could work on? Find out more about research while learning about bird communication in New Zealand

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As heat energy moves from one object to another, some of it can be siphoned off to do your bidding.

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Vinegar may have a powerful smell, but did you know it's actually a weak acid? Using a chemical economy analogy, this video explains why acids actively give away their protons while bases actively collect them -- and why some do so more aggressively than others. (3:47 min.)

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What do you think: are you worried about killer robots? The United Nations is!

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Consuming extra protein won't help you burn fat or gain muscle.

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For more than 40 years, the OSC has played a vital role in Ontario’s education system by celebrating all facets of science and technology.

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James uses his science background to help cool companies grow & improve!

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In this video from the BBC Science Club, learn about the history of physics & what it has taught us

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Steve explains how time works in one of his 'Science Isn't Scary' videos - winner of the 2013 Flame Challenge!

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