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From highlighters to reflective road signs, fluorescence is all around you. But some of the most exciting uses of fluorescence are in medicine and biomedical research.

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Canada 2067 is a bold initiative to shape the future of STEM learning (science, technology, engineering and math). We want to hear from you! Together we’ll forge a national vision and roadmap to ensure young Canadians are prepared to compete, thrive and contribute in the rapidly changing world of tomorrow.

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Every time you wash your hands, there’s a complex chemical reaction taking place.

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A process called ion mobility spectrometry checks the molecules on your clothing and luggage, looking for suspicious chemicals.

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Entropy is a concept that’s crucial to chemistry and physics. It helps explain why physical processes go one way and not the other. (5:19 min)

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Learn more about the organic chemistry going on beneath the surface of thousands of precious paintings around the world. (3:54 min.)

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It’s in our tap water, toothpaste and even in tea. Fluoride has helped reduce cavities in children for decades. Still, more than 70 years after Grand Rapids, Michigan, became the first city to fluoridate its drinking water, the practice remains controversial. Some worry that fluoridated drinking water can lead to health issues, but what is the scientific consensus? (3:14 min.)

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The main focus of my role is to make sure there is great communication between our membership, Government, community and key stakeholders. Managing people and relationships is a must in my role. As VP, I have the ability to create and manage special projects that support our strategic plan.

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My days are a healthy mix of project management and technical design in process design for the sake of food manufacturing. Specifically dairy process.

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Fuel cells may be a major energy source of the future, but how do they work? Also addressed are the current and future possibilities for this technology. (4:01 min.)

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