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CurioCity resources which align with the Nunavut Experiential Science 10 Unit 4 on Resource Management and Population Dynamics.

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The Canada Science and Technology Museum invites students ages 4 to 19 from across Canada to participate in a national contest celebrating the role of the arts in science. Participants are asked to create an original work of art in answer to the question: How Does Science Inspire You?

The deadline for submissions is June 6, 2016, at 5 p.m. EST.

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Ever wonder why some foods just seem to have flavours that go well together? The answer may have a lot to do with the chemistry of smell.

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Let’s Talk Science and the Canadian Museum of Science and Technology want to know what you’d love to be able to 3D print from the museum’s amazing artifacts!

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I am working as a consulting producer for NHK, Japan’s public broadcaster. It’s a three year placement program offered by CBC News. I write news stories for television and I also give recommendations on how to cover news stories. While in Tokyo, I also cover news stories for the CBC back in Canada such as this update on the situation in Fukushima, 5 years after the tsunami. So if you hear news from Japan on TV or radio, it could be my work.

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Categorizing people based on their appearance have helped your distant ancestors survive. But it can be harmful when these categories form the basis of racial stereotypes.

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The uOttawa and Carleton Let’s Talk Science sites are excited to organize, for the first time, a one-day CSI themed symposium for Grade 9 and 10 students across Ottawa.

This symposium takes place on May 6th 2016 from 9AM – 3:45 PM.

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From wormholes and invisibility cloaks to robotic hands and artificial eyes, many of the things scientists are working on today were inspired by something they saw in a book or a movie when they were younger.

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Garrett Ugray spoke at Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School in Thunder Bay to talk about his career path and experience in entrepreneurship. Garrett is a business student at Lakehead University, and spends his summers fighting fires in northern Ontario.

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I develop education programs based on their environmental toxicity and mutagenicity kits. The kits are currently under use globally by a variety of universities, colleges, individuals, governments, not for profit or non-governmental organizations.

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