Do you know how science affects your daily commute on the DART?

DART of Physics has been around for a while now. In October 2013, a group of scientists decided to give commuters "a jolt of science" on their daily commute for eight weeks.

Do you know how science affects your daily commute on the DART?

Although their campaign finished, they still continue to teach us about science in our everyday lives.

Now, their website is choice-a-block with fun scientific facts about the DART. Here are a few of our favourites.

How many leaves fall in Dublin every autumn?

Is the person next to you standing too close? They're mainly empty space.

The Spire is shorter when the weather is cool.

Your Leap Card is 3 million times thicker than Graphene.

A trip on the DART keeps you young.

Everyone on the DART is attracted to you ... gravatationally.

We really enjoyed their fun facts about the DART and Dublin and they're focusing on a new area for 2015: light!

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