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Scientists estimate that there are more than 5.25 trillion plastic pieces floating on the surface of oceans.

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Farmers produce close to a million metric tons of tomatoes in Canada every year. Scientists find better ways to grow them in the field or greenhouse and explore whether tomatoes could have applications in the prevention of cancer and other diseases.

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Agriculture and Agri-Foods Canada presents innovations in agriculture from across the country. Video presents how their leading edge science research impacts the lives of Canadians.

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This video explores the asteroid blast over Siberia in 1908 known as the Tunguska Event. See what the site looked like when the first scientists arrived to study the effects of the blast.

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Want summertime to never end? We can't extend the sunshine, but we can bring the science! Check out our top 10 resources about science that worships the sun.

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This video by In a Nutshell - Kurzgesagt explains why bees are important for our own survival and why scientists think they have been dying.

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The winter ticks are not only causing moose to look different, but it may also be the cause of declining moose populations.

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Using science and technology as a basis, farmers are engaging in the methods of precisions agriculture that includes soil maps, GPS guidance and even drones to help increase crop yields and efficiency—and save farmers a surprising sum along the way.

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This video from the Canada Science and Technology Museum and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories looks at how spent nuclear fuel can be recycled for reuse in nuclear reactors.

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Learning to peacefully coexist with wild animals is key to supporting conservation efforts and protecting the health of local ecosystems.

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