A bold social experiment saw $7,500 given directly to 50 homeless people; the results flip stereotypes about homelessness on their head. Get the full story Can People Turn Over a New Leaf with Cash?
Failed queens and colonies are bad news for our food supply, but the cause is usually a mystery. New research could change that. Get the full story To Be or Not to Bee, That Is Their Question
Self-service kiosks are on their way, with potential benefits to patients and providers. Is the pharmacy world ready for disruption? Get the full story It’s Like an ATM, But for Prescription Drugs
A University of Alberta researcher is co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his groundbreaking work on hepatitis C. Get the full story The Canadian Connection to Nobel-Winning Hep C Work
A surprising discovery from a super-powered telescope has astronomers rethinking what happens when a star reaches the end of its life. Get the full story What Survives When a Star Dies?
If you've ever logged into a new website with your Google or Facebook credentials, you may have a Canadian company to thank for it. Get the full story Another New Login Name? Not If They Can Help It
The PURE study has followed 200,000 adults for a decade to unravel the complex link between our behaviours and who gets sick. Get the full story This 10-Year Challenge Will Actually Do Some Good
Forget turning water into wine: an Alberta team is showing off how wastewater-turned-beer can be good for taste buds and the planet. Get the full story Journeying from the Potty to the Pint Glass
With Deep Learning, this AI-based system can help cities identify and fix accident hotspots; it's already worked for one Ontario town. Get the full story Predicting Car Crashes to Help Prevent Them
With access to tech that previous generations could only dream of, modern architects are ready to reshape the world in exciting ways. Get the full story What a Time to Be an Architect