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It’s always challenging to write about science in a way that teens—or the general public—can easily digest. The workshop will cover various ways of making your writing clearer and more accessible.

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Anthrax is one of the most common weapons used in biological attacks. Anthrax spores can be transported and spread under conditions that would kill other biological agents.

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I am working as a consulting producer for NHK, Japan’s public broadcaster. It’s a three year placement program offered by CBC News. I write news stories for television and I also give recommendations on how to cover news stories. While in Tokyo, I also cover news stories for the CBC back in Canada such as this update on the situation in Fukushima, 5 years after the tsunami. So if you hear news from Japan on TV or radio, it could be my work.

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There is a lot of scientific information available in the media, especially online. It can be hard to decide if you should take what you read at face value.

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The Let's Talk Science 'Science Is Beautiful' art contest is open to Canadian students in Grades 9-12. Help spread this idea that science is beautiful by participating and maybe win some cool prizes in the process!

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I work in the archives at the Canada Science and Technology Museum and the Canada Aviation and Space Museum. The archives contain photographs, drawings, posters, and any other documents that have a historical importance in Canada’s scientific and technological heritage.

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Can social media be addictive in a similar way to substances like alcohol and narcotics?

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The enduring popularity of Facebook suggests that users perceive benefits that outweigh any risks.

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Lorraine manages various social media channels for three major museums.

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This video from ASAPScience explains five ways in which social media is changing your brain right now.

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