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Science Fair Project Could Cure Cystic Fibrosis

Do you remember what you did for your High School science fair project? Most of us made a volcano or created a battery using an orange. I know for sure I didn't even come close to curing a disease like cyctic fibrosis.

Marshall Zhang is an 11th grader at Bayview Secondary School in Richmond Hill, Canada who decieded to researching cystic fibrosis, and came up with a theory that if you used a certain mix of drugs, it could completely stamp out the effects of the disease.

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Science Confirms That Itching Is Contagious

Scientists have confirmed that viewing somebody itch makes a person more likely to itch themselves.

Researchers at Wake Forest University had 25 volunteers watch a five minute video of a person either scratching their arm or sitting idly. As the videos played, the volunteers who were viewing the images of scratching were twice as likely to start scratching, as well. (Admit it: You totally want to scratch your arm as you're reading this.)

Our impulse to mimic the itching of others may have evolved as a way to prevent parasitic infestations from jumping from person to person, suggest the researchers.

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New Dinosaur ‘Brontomerus’ Discovered

A bunch of bones that were found in Utah in the 90s have turned out to be a previously unknown dinosaur species. Scientists have named this new discovery the Brontomerus, which means "thunder thighs."

The defining characteristic of the Brontomerus is, in fact, its muscular thighs, which paleontologists believe were used to kick its rivals and predators. Read on to learn more about this prehistoric beast.

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This Week at The College of Southern Idaho

“Ten Little Indians,” the Agatha Christie murder mystery,  is being presented by the CSI Theater Department now through March 5th. This is the story of 10 people who are lured to an island where it’s revealed to them that they may each be a murderer. Tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for students.  Each Wednesday through Saturday night at 7:30.

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