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Here's some science behind the message in the film “Inside Out”. The power of sadness may surprise you. (4:04 min.)

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Learn about arachnids and forensic entomology at this upcoming STEM Talk on Wednesday, January 20, 2016 from 7:00-8:00PM in room 1011 at the Durham District School Board office.

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Ryan Barichello is the President of LinxSmart, a project-based business application company, & partner in SOAP Vault, a “software-as-a-service” massage therapy company. Learn more about Ryan in our latest career profile.

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The Let's Talk Science 'Science Is Beautiful' art contest is open to Canadian students in Grades 9-12. Help spread this idea that science is beautiful by participating and maybe win some cool prizes in the process!

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The Creative Science initiative is a partnership between the University of British Columbia (UBC) and Vancouver area High Schools. The initiative challenges students to create an artistic product illustrating concepts associated with their biology curriculum.

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With Christmas just around the corner we have compiled our top ten articles, videos and career profiles to celebrate the holiday season.

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Dates contains most of the nutrition you need to maintain a healthy diet. They’re small and you don’t even need to cut or peel them. Just grab and eat!

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I started my own company, primate tales, as a way to bridge my passion for primates, biology and evolution with my skills and experience in teaching and science. I was not finding jobs that were satisfying or that were stable so I decided why not try to start my own business.

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As the co-owner of a graphic design firm, I play many roles. I work with clients to help them plan everything from advertising campaigns and signage to websites, to business cards and letterhead. I also use my graphic design skills to develop these ideas into finished products.

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Isotopes are a lot like a foreign language. Once you know how to interpret them, you can learn a lot more about the world around you.

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