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Andrew Gable and Dylan Fuller are a couple of engineering students who have come up with a clever way of retrieving sunken golf balls from hazardous waters.

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Let's Talk Science, with support from Amgen Canada, commissioned an Angus Reid Vision Critical survey that found only one in three (37 per cent) Canadian teens aged 16 to 18 are interested in taking a science course at the post-secondary level.

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Science and art are often perceived as two mutually exclusive activities. However, an increasing number of individuals are of the opinion that art and science are the twin engines of culture, both fueled by creativity.

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For some of you, writing poetry may be a breeze. For others, it may be easier to ask you to sit through your next dental exam without wincing. But Canadian poet Christian Bok’s next poetry project is a lot harder than it looks.

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Got the winter blues? Maybe you're SAD. That's Seasonal Affective Disorder. S.A.D. is a type of depression that affects some people every winter between September and April, especially between December and February.

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A whopping 1 out of 8 teens suffer from depression. People prone to depression have differences in how their brain works and responds to stress —it's a physiological thing. As a chronic disease, depression can resurface later on.

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Around the world there are ice sculpting competitions for those brave enough to tame large blocks of ice into beautiful works of art. It's really cool...literally!

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Hip Hop and science. Sounds like a strange mix but they both share something in common with spray paint.

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