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Museums have teams of dedicated scientists doing research behind the scenes. We talk to Burton Lim, an assistant curator at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, to find out what it's like to work at the ROM.

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The things you read have to be written by somebody and when it comes to science, it generally is someone who has a background in science & a love for writing. Darcy invites us into the world of what being a science writer is all about.

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Engineers use science and mathematics to come up with solutions to a whole range of technical problems, from aerospace to biomedical, chemical to environmental, nuclear to mineral and so many more.

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Sex and Sexuality - Maybe you've learned about it from your parents, maybe you read about it in a magazine, or maybe, you got all your knowledge from one of the many sexual health educators that visit local classrooms.

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Ever stop to think how a pharmaceutical or medical product finally makes it to the shelves of your local drug store? Who makes sure they’re safe? Who makes sure they meet government regulations and standards?

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The people who are there to educate you on the academics side of university life are called professors. But professors do more than just teach you Science 101. They do cutting edge and exciting research behind the scenes too!

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Ever wonder how a drug goes from a discovery in a lab all the way to the shelves at your local drug store? Technology transfer is the field that deals with discovering new inventions and turning them into a product on the market.

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They just might be one of the funnest places to visit - Science centres are packed with cool interactive exhibits and activities that attract hundreds of thousands of people each year. But what gets developed in science centres goes beyond their walls.

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When a scientist has come up with a new invention, such as a new drug or medical device, one of the first things to do is figure out if someone else has come up with the same invention.

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You watch and read stories about science everyday, but how do they get on the news? We talk with Sonya Buyting, a segment producer for Discovery Channel's Daily Planet, to find out what a career that combines journalism and science is all about.

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