What is Citizen Science? Reviewing all of the data that is received by satellites and earth based space telescopes is a monumental task and one that requires humans to perform. Luckily when it comes to science there are many people that would like to lend a hand. 

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Canada rolled out their first plastic currency ( bills) back in 2011 and since then they have converted all of the countries paper money into these high tech plastic bills. It was done to combat the huge problem of counterfeiting currency that all countries face.

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The Star Wars Adventures Continue. So, after all these years another round of Star Wars movies is upon us and this time it is J.J. Abrams working his remake SciFi magic drawing viewers from all over the world. The original movies set the imaginations of millions of young people on fire a they watched and […]

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A Knowledge of Physics Changes How We View the World. One of the first basic math formulas that you learn in a beginner science class is the one that describes the relationship between temperature,pressure and volume of a gas such as air or oxygen. Basically as the temperature increases for a given volume of gas […]

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The Science of Cycling Determines The Fastest Times. It is very important to not only in the US, but the economy of all countries that their youth are attracted to careers in math, engineering and science. Research and development in Science and Engineering is the life blood of industry and the economy.

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Brain Circuits and the Feeling of Craving. Have you ever wondered why you have those cravings for snacks in the middle of the afternoon ot for some reason you have to have chocolate or even something cheesy? Better yet I am sure you have wished you could control or suppress all together these irrational cravings. […]

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How to Raise Interest in Computer Science for Females. In the U.S, only 20 percent of engineering students are female which is only a slight improvement over what I remember when I did my undergraduate degree a number of years ago. ( No I am saying how many years..) This phenomenon is also observed in […]

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The name ” Dry Ice” implies that this ice does not melt or have a wet surface to it. The name also makes it sound like it is not at all dangerous. This is incorrect and extreme care must be taken when working with dry ice.

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Brain Science May Help us Understand Decision Making. Have you ever noticed how some people seem to take forever to make a decision and the whole process seems the be very complicated for them while other seems to make big decisions in seconds and never look back? The slow decision makes often after having made […]

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As a Science Discovery, This is a Big One. Scientists have long sought for answers as to how and why the universe is expanding. In the beginning of the big bang, there was no light, as all the photons were caught up in a super-hot plasma and could not escape. Thus, we cannot get images […]

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