Through advances in crystallography, scientists have learned a lot about the structure of snowflakes. While they all start pretty much the same, once they start crystallizing, it’s true that no two snowflakes are alike. (2:39 min.)

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Ice is a beautiful thing, especially when you're playing hockey on it!

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If you look through your glasses, binoculars or a window, you see the world on the other side. How is it that something so solid can be so invisible? (4:07 min.)

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CurioCity resources which align with the Newfoundland and Labrador Chemistry 2202 (Grade 11) Unit From Structures to Properties

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As with many other technologies, the advantages of weather modification must be weighed carefully against its dangers.

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Ice cream is good any time of the year, but there is something about having a cold ice cream on a hot summer day. This video from the American Chemical Society explains the science behind one of summer's most delicious treats.

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Find out more about the science behind the deliciousness of chocolate!

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Ice is something familiar to most Canadians. Learn about the science of ice and how it allows for the development of our winter sports!

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Emerald is a regional winner from the United States for the Space Lab competition (ages 17-18). Watch her application video here. If you don't fully understand all the concepts at first, don't worry - neither did I! Since I wanted to learn more, I looked

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Emerald is interested in snowflake formation in space. If Emerald wins she will be able to partake in 10 days astronaut training and her experiment will be conducted in space!

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