CurioCity resources which align with Nova Scotia's Science 10 Life Science Unit on the Sustainability of Ecosystems.

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This video from MinuteEarth looks at the official insects of Quebec and New York state. Are they one in the same?

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Overview for educator resources associated with the Fish Market Survey Action Project

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Thanks to DNA barcoding, it’s now possible to detect exactly what's on your plate.

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DNA barcoding is helping in the fight against diseases like malaria, sleeping sickness, and avian influenza.

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We can learn a lot about life by looking at the oldest and most ancient remnants of it: Archaea, Bacteria, and Protists.

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How would you like to find out that the burger you just ate or the lasagna mom served for supper last night was made with horsemeat? Or, better yet, donkey meat?

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DNA barcoding is a new approach to taxonomy, the classification and naming of groups of living things according to shared characteristics.

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