When is a $20 dollar bill not a $20 dollar bill? When it's a counterfeit $20 dollar bill. Learn some of the technologies that keep our currency safe.

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How shuttles launch into space.

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There is a lot more going on with New Year's than meets the eye. For instance, why do we divide time into years that consist of 365 days? How exactly do we measure a year? Why is January 1st the first day of our calendar year?

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Researchers in Japan have caught a real, living, 24-foot long, giant squid off coast of the Ogasawara Islands south of Tokyo!

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Media coverage of HPV has increased dramatically since Health Canada approved Gardasil, the first vaccine to protect against HPV and a major breakthrough in the fight against cervical cancer. Here are some important facts you need to know.

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Nanotechnology works on a scale of only a couple of nanometers in length. Within this tiny world lies the possibility for microscopic medical devices to fight disease and for computers to use microchips the size of a speck of dust, to name just a few.

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The debate arising from the 2003 paleoanthropologists' discovery of a human ancestor who stood at 1m asks wheather this is a new species or still a Homo sapiens.

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From the popularity of ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ to our crazy weather, the Canadian government is finally paying attention and putting money where their mouth is, but where exactly is this money going...

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Instead of reproducing like bacteria and viruses, prions (cause of the Mad-Cow Disease) are like trendsetters—they tell others to look and behave like them, and those proteins that conform, influence others to imitate them as well.

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Research reveals interesting facts about forming and retrieving memories.

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