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Learn about how geologists study landmasses of the past.

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Hydraulics power many of the large machines you see around you.

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Scientists are training artificial intelligence to diagnose injuries using the data in you (and in millions of others). What improvements and other changes might this bring to the health care system?

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In what ways are plant and animal cells similar? In what ways are they different?

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If there are 30 people in the room, what are the chances that two will have the same birthday?

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Microbes are everywhere - even in your digestive tract. Some of these microbes are helpful, and some aren’t.

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Just how much water on the Earth can humans actually use? And what happens when communities run out of water?

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Many students cram before a test. But researchers have found that you’ll do better on a test if you study for it over time.

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Different members of a species can have all kinds of differences depending on where they live.

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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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