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Why is #throwbackthursday so popular? Maybe it’s because nostalgia can make you feel happier, friendlier and warmer!

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Treatment and prevention are direct costs associated with a disease. But did you know that diseases also have less obvious, indirect costs? In the case of malaria, they include poor school performance and a higher risk of Salmonella infection.

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Help support anti-bullying by wearing a pink shirt on February 22, 2017 and by using the new CurioCity case study, Bullying and the Brain.

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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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On February 15th and 23rd, 2017, watch live streamed career panels here on CurioCity.

After the event, recordings of the stream will be available on this page.

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I co-host a daily hour-long science show on Discovery Canada. I also appear on the news to talk about science. I host a podcast called Recent Paper Decent Puzzle, and I have a book called Mother Nature is Trying to Kill You (2014). My main role is to present science-related information in an interesting and engaging way.

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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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I work with people who are interested in working together and "acting locally, thinking globally".

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I help build a network of partners committed to a shared conservation strategy in Northeast B.C. I advocate for new protected areas and other conservation opportunities on public land, engage in species-at-risk conservation planning, oversee a highway wildlife collision mitigation project, and work with First Nations to support their conservation objectives.

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Research, education and medication have all helped reduce the impact of HIV. But viruses also evolve over time, and HIV may be becoming less harmful.

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