Lots of people like to exercise first thing in the morning. But could that be hampering their ability to remember things later in the day? Get the full story What’s ‘Rise and Grind’ Doing to Your Brain?
The idea holds great potential not just for space exploration, but also here on Earth. But there are many challenges to overcome first. Get the full story What Would Happen If You Used a 3D Printer in Space?
There are made-in-Canada solutions, including an innovative plant-based vaccine, on the horizon. How important are they, in the grand scheme? Get the full story How Close Are We To a Homemade COVID Vaccine?
This is awkward: what scientists thought was a three-billion-year-old crater (the world's oldest) might actually not be a crater at all. Get the full story So, Yeah, About That Meteorite Crater You Found…
Two years after the Event Horizon Telescope's groundbreaking image, a new approach could help shed light on these deep-space mysteries. Get the full story A ‘Major Milestone’ in Understanding Black Holes
Nuclear fusion is safe, effective and environmentally friendly; now, a Canadian group hopes to show it can also be economically viable. Get the full story The Carbon-Free Power Source That May Save Us All
We'd all love to be in a serene forest, but just using natural soundscapes to cover up urban noise has some real mental and physical benefits. Get the full story If You Can’t Get into Nature, Bring Nature to You
Hospitals can be a cacophony of noise where vital information gets missed. Could making medical alarms more musical save lives? Get the full story The Patients Are Alive with the Sound of Music
That winter road salt keeps wreaking havoc all year round, especially in dense urban centres. We all have a role to play to reduce the impact. Get the full story Get Salty About this Ongoing Threat to Aquatic Life
While some fear the rise of automation, collaborative robots (or "cobots") are designed to help not just companies, but workers too. Get the full story Many (Robotic) Hands Make Light Work