The Canada Science and Technology Museum invites students ages 4 to 19 from across Canada to participate in a national contest celebrating the role of the arts in science. Participants are asked to create an original work of art in answer to the question: How Does Science Inspire You?

The deadline for submissions is June 6, 2016, at 5 p.m. EST.

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Babies born by Cesarean section miss out on good bacteria that vaginally-delivered babies get from their mothers. This can have long-term consequences on health, including on the development of allergies and asthma.

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There are all kinds of reasons why students like you might not get enough sleep. But did you know that getting a good night’s rest is important for memory, learning, and health.

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As a pilot I am responsible for flying helicopters & their upkeep. I am also a ground instructor responsible for teaching helicopter students ground school classes.

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Bill Nye follows the development of the theory of Plate Tectonics by looking at the evidence for the mechanism that moves the plates and provides support for this theory.(4:07 min.)

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Ever wonder why some foods just seem to have flavours that go well together? The answer may have a lot to do with the chemistry of smell.

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CurioCity resources which align with the Yukon Science 8 Curriculum Content area on atomic theory.

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The periodic table just got four new elements, but this isn't as groundbreaking as recent headlines would have you believe. Join Speaking of Chemistry's resident killjoy to find out why. (2.50 min.)

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Catalytic converters installed in cars use precious metals as catalysts to speed up chemical reactions. In the process, they convert harmful emissions into more benign (less harmful) ones.

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