Breastfeeding is best for babies, but has some negative perceptions. Fortunately, there's positivity coming from an unlikely place: Instagram. Get the full story From #NoFilter to #NoStigma on Breastfeeding
A system that uses lasers to "see" around corners could one day help make autonomous cars safer... and eliminate blind spots! Get the full story What’s Around the Corner? Let a Laser Tell You
Thanks to the work of a Canadian neurology professor leading to a clot-busting drug, some stroke sufferers can walk home the next day. Get the full story Disaster Relief for Brain Cells
The Artful Science exhibit, on at Toronto's Pearson Airport until the end of 2018, highlights the beauty that researchers encounter every day. Get the full story Take a High-Flying Trip to the Heart of Discovery
The Half-Earth movement aims to conserve 50% of the planet, but there's the tricky question of how we'd keep growing enough food. Get the full story Can We Protect Earth Without Starving Humanity?
Collaboration between a neuroscientist and an electrical engineer is helping neurological patients navigate through their world. Get the full story Teaming Up to Find That Perfect Space
Research2Reality has been nominated for a People's Choice Award as Canada's favourite science site, and we'd love your support! Get the full story Help Make Us a People’s Choice Award Winner!
Professor Sarah Gallagher is the Canadian Space Agency's first-ever Science Advisor, adding her expertise to national policy decisions. Get the full story Boldly Going Where No Scientist Has Gone Before
That's the takeaway from a massive global study. But how will the message be received, especially in a booze-loving nation like Canada? Get the full story However Much You’re Drinking Is Too Much
Prescribing antidepressants to elderly respiratory patients can increase risk of death. What other choices do doctors have? Get the full story Trying to Breathe Easier May Backfire