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November 25, 2014 at 7:45 pm

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Facebook IconNovember 25, 2014 at 4:30 pm

Have you ever wondered why the leaves change in fall?

As the days shorten, leaves change their wardrobes in response to chilly temperatures and less light. Learn more about how fall foliage forms: http://bit.ly/1zpC20S

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Science Fun Facts November 23 – 29 | WorldStrides - Making Strides Blog

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Did you know? Fall is upon us! As the days shorten, leaves change their wardrobes in response to chilly temperatures and less light. At this time of

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Facebook IconNovember 24, 2014 at 8:30 pm

On November 24, 1932, the FBI Laboratory opened in Washington, D.C.

Originally called the Criminology Laboratory, the FBI’s crime lab started with only one full time employee and performed 963 examinations in its first year of operation. By the 1990s, it was processing nearly 200,000 pieces of evidence per year. Now, the FBI Laboratory obtains 600 pieces of new evidence every single day.

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  • Science Fun Facts November 23 – 29

    Did you know? Fall is upon us! As the days shorten, leaves change their wardrobes in response to chilly temperatures and less light. At this time of year, leaves stop producing chlorophyll, the green pigment that helps them capture sunlight to power photosynthesis. As the green color fades, the leave’s other pigments—such as the orange […]

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  • History Fun Facts November 23 – November 29

    This Week in History… November 24, 1932: The FBI Laboratory opens in Washington, D.C. Originally called the Criminology Laboratory, the FBI’s crime lab started with only one full time employee and performed 963 examinations in its first year of operation. By the 1990s, it was processing nearly 200,000 pieces of evidence per year. Now, the […]

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