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Looks at how the densities of the materials that make up the Earth have resulted in its layered structure. Also addresses how we know these layers exist. (4:51 min.)

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On Friday, May 6, teachers will gather in Selkirk, Manitoba to participate in a new professional learning workshop on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers.

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You generally get vitamins from food. Vitamin D, however, can also be synthesized in the skin from sunlight!

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Scientists identify species in various different ways. Why use so many different tools? Why not just stick with a single concept?

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Did you watch the news in December 2015? If so, you probably heard about a big climate change conference that took place in Paris, France.

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This video looks at the history of the Earth's continents as they formed, separated and formed anew. Also addressed is the mechanism that causes the movement. (5:16 min.)

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Earth Week is a great time to participate in activities which help fight climate change. CurioCity has ideas for things to read and do during Earth Week.

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Researchers have found a link between pregnant mothers infected with Zika virus during pregnancy and cases of microcephaly in their babies. But although Zika virus only began receiving widespread attention recently, Zika infections are nothing new.

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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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Find out how a tsunami is born and how it destroys. (3:28 min.)

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