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Forensic entomologist Dr. Lee Goff explains how flies became the star witnesses in a murder case.

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This video shows a reconstruction of the Antikythera mechanism, a 2000 year old astronomical computer!

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A little innovation can can go a long way and really brighten up someone's day. To learn more about how a plastic bottle changed the world follow this link, http://aliteroflight.org/.

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Some may say the exhibit blows...literally

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Using brain waves and eye movement from REM sleep, this robot can mimic your body position in your dreams. Entitled “Sleep Waking”, this robot is on display at Exit Art as part of the exhibition BrainWaves: Common Senses.

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For many dedicated fans, their favourite sport is not "just a game." But could the biggest sports fan also be the biggest sport pessimist?

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Art and science have, historically, been considered disparate fields in terms of scope and scale. Art has sought to capture and study beauty and emotion while the goal of science was to understand the natural world. This view is becoming increasingly old.

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Go into any grocery store and cameras may be watching you. These cameras are not looking for thieves, they're looking for shoppers!

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Age doesn’t matter if you’ve got a great idea for a new tech start-up. Learn how one teen is helping others to achieve their dreams.

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