Some birds are good bioindicators. Scientists can observe birds to get useful information about the health of and changes in the environment.

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I assist police investigations by examining human remains to determine the age, sex, ancestry and stature of an unknown deceased individual.

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I am PhD student in the Life Sciences - specifically I work in a diabetes research lab conducting experiments, writing articles, and managing day to day lab operational duties.

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I am currently in my last semester of undergrad at the University of Western Ontario. I study biology and enjoy writing about biology/science.

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A dog-lover explains the challenges of studying animal brains using the medical imaging techniques often used to study human brains.

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I work on to research projects with groups all around Canada, from my home in rural Nova Scotia. Since I work from a distance, I focus on writing and data analysis and other work that can be done on a computer or over the phone. My area of interest is in rural medical research.

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A study on bird feeders and beak sizes shows how an everyday human activity can affect the evolution of another species.

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Jason conducts surveys with the assistance of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV or Drone). By taking aerial photos, he is able to convert the images into accurate 3D models.

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I am a graduate researcher. In my specialty, I try to make carbon-carbon bonds in new and effective ways that nature cannot do. Each day, I test out new ideas through chemical reactions.

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Experiments, theories, and fun facts about the relationship between dish size and portion size.

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