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The United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) identifies marine plastic pollution as a top environmental concern. Marine plastics entangle wildlife and boat propellers, are ingested by marine animals, and alter oxygen transfer in environments.

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In this Action Project, students across Canada will be able to use DNA barcoding to find out if fish products from local grocery stores and markets are what they say they are. Register now for a FREE DNA sample kit.

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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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The Let's Talk Science 'Science Is Beautiful' art contest is open to Canadian students in Grades 9-12. Help spread this idea that science is beautiful by participating and maybe win some cool prizes in the process!

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The Creative Science initiative is a partnership between the University of British Columbia (UBC) and Vancouver area High Schools. The initiative challenges students to create an artistic product illustrating concepts associated with their biology curriculum.

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Participants in the Energy4Travel Action Project will become aware of the energy consumed just about every day that is often taken for granted - the energy consumed getting us from place to place!

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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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One of the experiments that Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield was responsible for during his stay on the International Space Station from December 2012 until May 2013 ws RaDI-N2. This experiment measures astronauts’ exposure to potentially dangerous neutron radiation using innovative Canadian technology. CurioCity, in collaboration with the Canadian Space Agency, developed the RaDI-N2 & You Action Project to engage Canadian classrooms in a similar experiment.

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Students at the Toronto Zoo in discovering how the DNA barcode of life works and its applications in species identification and conservation!

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Senior high school students collecting insects & submitting them for DNA barcoding!

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