How Motion Capture WorksMonday, December 10, 2018 - 12:16amMotion capture, also called performance capture or mo-cap, is a technology that blends real life and animation, allowing you to film someone live and transfer them into computerized form.Read more
Human activity has radically shifted ecosystems and wreaked havoc on biodiversity in the last 50 years. Is it too late to reverse the trend? Get the full story We Are Fundamentally Altering Life on Earth
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When a woman gives birth, it seems like everyone wants to know how the baby is doing. What does it weigh? Is it breathing right? Did it cry? But it turns out that, in the United States, we're not doing to great at asking how the mom, who just pushed something the size of a pot roast out of something the size of a Cheerio, is doing. This week we talk to anthropologist Kate Clancy…
Need to buy a gift for the science buff in your life? Look no more - we have nine fun gift ideas for a wide range of budgets and interests.
The importance of mountains on everyday life is often overlooked, on December 11, 2018, the Canadian Mountain Network will celebrate mountains with a panel discussion on #MountainsMatter for Water as a part of the third Anual Mountain Festival at the University of Alberta.
Doctors may soon have a new tool to fight antibiotic-resistant infections: a biosensor that provides an instant diagnosis, even in remote settings. Get the full story Hitting Back Against Bacterial Infections
Samanta Hoffmann, Nature Conservancy of Canada Seaweeds, a type of macro-algae (a group that includes benthic [attached to the bottom] marine algae that are typically visible to the naked eye), provide hope for a more sustainable future, through healthier food, renewable energy and fewer plastics. Over the last few years, not only have scientists developed […]
Philanthropy as Life's Work: An Interview with Manny PaddaThursday, December 6, 2018 - 12:52amWe recently sat down with Manny Padda, entrepreneur, philanthropist and founder of New Avenue Capital, the presenting sponsor for Science of CocktailRead more
Comet 469/Wirtanen: Last Comet of the YearWednesday, December 5, 2018 - 1:56pmThe last comet of the year, Comet 46P/Wirtanen, is fast approaching and will soon be bright enough to be seen from Earth.Read more