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Everybody is talking about Measles – but what does the virus actually do in the body? Is it really so harmful that you need a vaccination? We go deep into the body of an infected person and see what Measles does and how the immune system reacts to it!

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Want to win gold? It helps to train your brain, not just your body. Studies with athletes show that using imagery techniques to train your brain can improve your physical performance.

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We're all living in the age of easy access to a variety of information. Are search engines and technology affecting our ability to remember things?

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Are men’s brains from Mars and women’s brains from Venus? Are male and female brains different? This video from BrainCraft shows that male and female brains are basically the same.

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New research into oxytocin reveals a hormonal component to the relationship between dogs and humans.

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CurioCity resources which align with New Brunswick's Biology 122/121 (Grade 12) Curriculum Unit 2: Evolution, Change and Diversity

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Metagenomics is the study of DNA sequenced directly from any environment where microbes can be found.

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Insects are an environmentally responsible and nutritious food choice... tiny legs and all!

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What gives plants this innate sense of time? Dasha Savage investigates how circadian rhythms act as an internal timekeeper for flora and fauna alike. (4:19 min.)

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The Science, Engineering and Technology Challenge pits teams of students against one another in friendly competition – and, in the process, offers students countless opportunities to network, collaborate and investigate - and win great prizes and support for their school science departments in the process! The 10th annual SET Challenge is scheduled for Saturday June 11th, 2016

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