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Melissa is a Let's Talk Science volunteer and graduate student at York University who spent the summer of 2015 doing research at CERN

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Researchers have found that consuming foods rich in flavanols is linked to more efficient blood flow, which can improve brain function.

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Within a few decades, it is very possible that some of the power you use will be generated by bacteria.

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Scientists estimate that there are more than 5.25 trillion plastic pieces floating on the surface of oceans.

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Egg whites and a little sugar are what gives meringue its wonderful texture.

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The film "Inside Out" paints a beautiful picture of emotional development and reflects the true complexity of human thought, feelings, and behaviour.

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Radiocarbon dating is the most common method for determining the age of organic materials found at archaeological sites.

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The advances made so far pale in comparison to the long-term potential of truly intelligent machines.

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Antimicrobial resistance describes bacteria and viruses that can’t be treated with existing antibiotics and antivirals.

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Researchers have found that there is more genetic variability and diversity within individual races than between different races.

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