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  1. This week Kiran examines the most frustrating thing in the world – a traffic jam, to find out just what causes them.

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  2. This week:
    We look at some of the weird and wonderful facts about the human body
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  3. This week:Genetically Modified Foods are rapidly entering our food chain, but many people have concerns about their safety. Dr Paul Willis investigates the science facts and myths behind this controversial topic.

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  4. This week Steve looks at one of the most powerful numbers in the world

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  5. This week:
    Ben goes all baking bad and looks at the science of one of his favourite foods - cake!

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