Women with intellectual and developmental disabilities are more likely to have babies in quick succession, which poses risks. But why? Get the full story Who’s at Higher Risk of Rapid Repeat Pregnancies?
Understanding how icicle bumps and sand ripples form is the first step towards the creation of self-assembling technologies. Get the full story What Can Nature Teach Us About Patterns?
A catalyst that turns seawater into hydrogen could be transformative in the push from fossil fuels to sustainable energy sources. Get the full story A Catalyst For Truly Powerful Change
If you're getting a new pair of runners to get in shape for 2019, beware claims that a shoe's design can allow you to avoid injuries. Get the full story Running Their Mouths on Shoe Safety
A challenge known as PLAsTiCC is giving astronomers the chance to classify everything out in the night sky, using machine learning. Get the full story Sorting Through Night, the Universe and Everything
Nanotechnologies that help surgeons identify tumours and cancer cells could also spare patients the side effects of chemotherapy. Get the full story Shining a Spotlight On Cancer Cells
Most Canadians make holiday purchases, and most of them overspend. Here are some tips to make it a festive time without going into debt. Get the full story Maybe Ebenezer Scrooge Was Onto Something
Donating to registered charities helps produce billions of dollars in economic activity, bringing benefits throughout our communities. Get the full story When You Give, Everyone Receives… Including You!
New guidelines from the CDC for treating mild traumatic brain injuries (a.k.a. concussions) in children could have a worldwide impact. Get the full story Smarter Guidelines for Treating Young Brains
How can production of common items be made more efficient and sustainable? The answer may lie in the science of metabolism. Get the full story ‘It’s Like Speeding Up the Process of Evolution’