Melissa is a Let's Talk Science volunteer and graduate student at York University who spent the summer of 2015 doing research at CERN

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Hey there! My name is Bryan and I am a brain researcher, currently working for Let’s Talk Science as a Fellow with the CurioCity program.

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In December of 2014, students from the Biotech Club at Donald A. Wilson Secondary School visited the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR) to learn more about current innovations in Cancer research.

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Science is not a linear process. Using an example from an ocean drilling expedition off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, the International Ocean Discovery Program demonstrates the process of how real science works.

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Having worked in a Nature Centre in British-Columbia, I now am an intern in a medical research laboratory, where I work on HIV.

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When discussing scientific results it is common that not everyone agrees, and it is therefore important to be able to evaluate scientific evidence yourself. What YOU think? Should we be concerned about global warming?

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How does science work? Follow the steps involved in the discovery of a new species of spider to learn that scientific endeavors are not linear in nature. Learn more and access the animated flowchart seen in the video at http://undsci.berkeley.edu

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Graduating from the University of Toronto in 1913, Menten was one of the first Canadian women to receive a medical degree.

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Learn about RADI-N2, from the CSA experiment on the ISS to our Action Project here on Earth!

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