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On March 4, 1901, Dr. Wilbur Rounding Franks was born. This Canadian scientist and cancer researcher developed anti-gravity devices in the 1940s with his colleagues at the Banting and Best Medical Research Institute at the University of Toronto. The first … Continue reading
On March 3, 2014, Seaweek is in its fourth day throughout New Zealand and runs until March 8. An event that began as a 1987 art competition has evolved into a week of major public events to raise the awareness … Continue reading