Humans use the internet to communicate. Similarly, trees use a complex underground network of fungi.

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Next time you need to do laundry, consider swapping your detergent for soapberries.

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We at CurioCity plan to provide grades 8-12 educators with a citizen science Action Project involving their Tomatosphere™ plants. This project will enable classes across Canada to do the same inquiry and have a common place to share and compare their data.

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This dynamic and hands-on program focuses on studying evolution in a species available all around us: the dandelion. Where better to study dandelion genetics than in the fields around your school?

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CurioCity educator resources which align with the Ontario Curriculum's Grade 11 Plants: Anatomy, Growth, and Function Strand.

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Joseph studies how climate change and day length affect growth and photosynthesis in trees.

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CurioCity resources which align with New Brunswick's Biology 112/111 (Grade 11) Curriculum Unit 2: Biodiversity.

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Sam is in his 5th year of post-doctoral research & is one of our DNA Day 2015 experts (Learn more about DNA Day)

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This video from MinuteEarth explains how trees can survive winter and how it leads to delicious maple syrup!

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Question submitted to DNA Day by students at Opeongo High School in Douglas, Ontario. Learn more from Sean.

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Steve Maguire, winner of the 2013 Flame Challenge, continues his Steve's Take series, this time talking about the use of algae as a fuel source.

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Winner of the Excellence Award - Gold Medal (Senior) at the Canada Wide Science Fair 2013

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Learn about the potential of algae as an alternative fuel machine!

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