The Canada Gairdner Award is awarded for international impact on human health. We spoke to some winners to see what it means. Get the full story What’s It Like to Be an Award-Winning Scientist?
The 2018 federal budget adds $3.8 billion in science funding over five years, a welcome departure from the trend in recent years. Get the full story Canada’s Budget Puts Money Where Its Science Is
Hundreds of millions of dollars, in public and private cash, is being put towards scaling up Canada's advanced manufacturing capacity. Get the full story Bringing Canadian Manufacturing Into the Future
The human immunodeficiency virus inevitably leads to AIDS. But what if HIV/AIDS could be cured by harnessing another type of virus? Get the full story Fighting Fire With Fire to Find an HIV Cure
Put together a computer scientist and a neuroscientist, and what do you get? A deeper view into how to heal a human brain. Get the full story Repairing the Most Complex Network Of All
With approval from the makers of Cards Against Humanity, doctors are taking a new approach to educating at-risk young people. Get the full story The Official Board Game of the Opioid Crisis
Our devices keep us connected, and allow for unprecedented data collection for research. But is this "hyper-social" world worth it? Get the full story Smartphones: Social Scourge or New Water Cooler?
How can labour activism succeed in China, where mass protests can't happen? A new book suggests many individual acts can add up. Get the full story Chipping Away at China’s Iron Fist
Stem cells hold promise, but how will therapies get to market? The Centre for Commercialization of Regenerative Medicine can help. Get the full story Canada Eyes Leading Role in Regenerative Medicine
Crowdfunding is coming to scientific research. Is the possibility of innovation worth the potential loss of oversight? Get the full story Supporting Science With Your Own Wallet