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The Fantastic Four are silver-surfing back onto the silver screen this summer and Susan Storm, the Invisible Woman. So we have decided to take a closer look at her - and the reason why you sometimes can't: Invisibility!

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Museum curators and art appraisers try to determine if a painting is real or fake. Familiarity with what and how the artist paint is important, but the modern art detective has access to scientific instruments and other interesting techniques.

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Ever wonder what those black streaks under the eyes of athletes are for? Among athletes, it is more commonly referred to as "eye black" and was originally used to reduce glare, but how does it work?

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The food photographers who make the food in all those pictures seem so appetising very likely had a lot of light, lots of time, tons of help and a few tricks up their sleeves.

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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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We have all heard of global warming, but have you heard about the "snowball earth"?

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Have you ever wondered why human eyes don't reflect the same way in the dark? Well, to answer these questions, let first take a closer look (pun intended) at the anatomy of the eye.

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The microscope you're probably most familiar with in the classroom, although there is a wide range of other microscopes which can help us see different things.

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It's cool we can change the colour of our eyes without going through surgery. But why are our eyes coloured in the first place?

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Have you ever wished that you could fly up to the sky and jump on a fluffy cumulus cloud? Unfortunately, this is impossible!

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