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Can you believe your eyes?

Animals including humans
At the end of February there was an internet frenzy caused by a picture of a dress which sparked fierce debate about its colour. Some people s...

A New Revolution

Electricity
Many everyday items rely on an electric motor to improve their ability to do the task that they are designed for. Most children make the link ...

Making Contact

Electricity
From cable to wireless the telephone has evolved to respond to our modern mobile lifestyle. The original concept of voice transmission was sim...

     
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