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Our species’ capacity to adapt is unlike any other. Have you ever wondered what will become of humans?

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I work for a start up company that designs, manufactures and distributes a "business in a box" kit, allowing people in developing countries to switch from kerosene to solar lighting. I lead product development, and use 3D design software to bring ideas from my mind into reality.

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Bernoulli’s equation is key to understanding why curveballs curve.

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My job comprises the preservation and cataloguing of textual and photographic materials, as well as related museum duties.

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Students and educators from grades 9 to 12 are invited to an in-person and online event that focuses on the importance of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) in entrepreneurship.

The event is taking place on November 20, 2015.

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In this case study, students will learn how to interpret MRI brain scans and to identify the functional regions (i.e., lobes) of the brain most likely impacted by bullying behaviour.

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My job with Greenhouses Canada is to work with our clients to help decide on the design and operation of a four season greenhouse that will allow them to grow their own healthy food. I create maintenance plans for the crops we grow in our greenhouses and train the greenhouse operators on how to grow food.

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Many people suffer from chemophobia: the (irrational) fear of chemicals. They will try to avoid anything that contains chemicals and look for products labeled as “chemical free”.

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Join Dr. Tracy Vaillancourt from the University of Ottawa as she talks about recent research into bullying and the effect that it has on mental health. Dr. Vaillancourt explains how environmental interactions, or moderators, can change the outcomes for teens that are bullied.

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Through a series of live, staged scenes, young students present how a lack of response from peers that see bullying happen is all too common.

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