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Researchers glow green with pride after winning the Nobel Prize.

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If you happen to live in Ontario, you better read up, 'cause your yardwork might actually involve science this year.

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In Chemistry, we learn about ionic forces that dictate the attraction between positively (+) and negatively charged (-) ions. But the force that governs attraction between individuals is, in my opinion, a study in BIOLOGY!

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Metabolism refers to biochemical processes within living organisms or cells that are required to sustain life. Many factors including genes and lifestyle can effect it.

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Dogs shouldn't eat chocolate because they can easily become poisoned by consuming this delectable treat. And it's not only dogs, other animals too!

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In fact, studies have shown that white-tailed deer prefer eating poison ivy over other plants. To most animals, poison ivy is delicious and nutritious.

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If you've seen a crime scene detective show like CSI, you are probably already familiar with luminol — that substance that glows greenish-blue on a surface, magically revealing where blood once use to be.

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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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There's now a great consumer demand for organic foods, and the industry has answered. Most people who choose organic do so because they want to avoid the pesticides that are sprayed on commercial crops.

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The truth is, since these animals never meet in the wild, no one really knows the answer.  But, there are a few key characteristics which, I believe, could affect the outcome of this hypothetical situation.

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