A new sub-species of the ankylosaur, known for its unique, dangerous tail club, has been named after a classic Ghostbusters baddie. Get the full story Who You Gonna Call? Ankylosaur!
Across Alberta sit 75,000 abandoned oil wells. But in one town, they're being converted to create sustainable energy -- and new jobs. Get the full story All’s Well That Ends (Oil) Wells
For the first time since 2008, Canada has a chief science advisor. Can Dr. Mona Nemer push the nation toward global leadership in science? Get the full story New Science Advisor Vows to Make a Difference
The octopus is, we thought, a solitary creature. So why is a group of them living together off the Australian coast in a so-called Octlantis? Get the full story Take Me Down to the Octopus City
Cutting taxes for owners of certain parcels of land could help Canada meet conservation targets, but the plan isn't quite perfect. Get the full story Saving on Taxes While Saving the Planet
Bisphenol A was declared toxic back in 2010, but it could still be getting into your system through receipts from cash registers. Get the full story Don’t Hold Onto Those Receipts
People with vision loss can now enjoy better access to hundreds of Toronto businesses, thanks to a technology-driven pilot project. Get the full story Beacons of Independence in a Busy City
Nearly half of Canadians think scientific facts are just opinions, in part due to mass media upheaval. Where do we go from here? Get the full story Is Everyone Entitled to Their Own Science?
Modern technology has solved the century-old mystery of how spores shoot off of their parent organism with cannon-like force. Get the full story Even Fungal Spores Run Away From Home
Actually, you might. But don't worry, culling old memories is actually a good thing: it helps us adapt and make better decisions. Get the full story Here’s a Brain Fact You Won’t Forget