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Your brain uses two different areas to process visual information. Read on to learn how you process faces - and why you sometimes see them in places they don’t exist (like electric sockets)!

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Hormones don’t just strike at puberty. They’re working in your body all the time, throughout your life, helping different parts of your body communicate and work together.

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Premature babies are at risk for all kinds of complications. But have scientists found a new way for these babies to develop outside the womb?

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Your cells work thanks to a team of structures called organelles. Each of them has an important job!

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During my career I've enjoyed being an entrepreneur, and now an intrapreneur. My days have never been routine and every week brings new challenges.

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I am a grade 8 student at Clayburn Middle School. I have played hockey since I was five years old and have experienced two concussions.

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I provide routine eye exams - prescribing glasses and treating diseases of the eye within my abilities and training. If a patient requires further expertise or surgery I refer them on to an eye specialist (ophthalmologist).

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I am a student researcher at the Tom Baker Cancer Center. In this role, I design, execute, and present clinical trials and database research studies. My research focuses on pancreatic and lung cancer, and aims to identify treatments that improve cancer patients’ chance at survival.

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While doing a Science Fair project, I will occasionally get an "aha!" moment; when something clicks or I build a new level of understanding

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Many factors contribute to species extinction. Let’s explore three factors caused in part by human activities.

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