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A piano staircase, the world's deepest trash bin, and a bottle bank arcade machine are all used to test the Fun Theory.

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The discovery of the Archaeopteryx in the late 19th century caused a great uproar in both the scientific community and society at large. The majority of the scientific community accepted that birds had originated from dinosaurs, many were against it.

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Researchers glow green with pride after winning the Nobel Prize.

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It took researchers about 400 years to finally agree on these figures. Let's have a brief look at how this research got started.

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One of Einstein’s fundamental laws of the universe is being questioned after researchers at the Centre for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Switzerland observed sub-atomic particles moving faster than the speed of light.

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Recent allegations in the British Medical Journal claim that a 1998 research paper, which led to widespread public concern about a potential link between the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccination and autism, was an "elaborate fraud".

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CSI re-runs would have you believe that DNA identification is the be-all and end-all of crime scene investigation - but this isn't quite the case.

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Students learn how different growing conditions, mediums and light exposure affect plant growth.

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Students collect culture swabs from around their school & compare with other schools online!

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Partnering with leading educational innovators Spongelab Interactive, students in grade 11 will explore a new online video game History of Biology. Their feedback will help shape both the game and the way similar programs are shared on ExploreCurioCity.org

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