In the bogs of Canada's oldest provincial park are carnivorous plants that consume baby salamanders. Why and how is it happening? Get the full story What Horrors are Hiding in Algonquin Park?
Studying lunar craters has given clues as to why asteroid impacts on Earth spiked about 290 million years ago, and what it may mean. Get the full story Where Are All the Ancient Asteroids?
Bacteria can hit the self-destruct button in single-celled algae, researchers have found, with potential implications for human medicine. Get the full story Bacteria Showing Off Their Killer Capabilities
Residents of Siberia's Denisova Cave co-existed with Neanderthals and, new findings show, may even have crafted personal artifacts. Get the full story Were These Ancient Humans Smarter Than We Thought?
A new, specialized microscope could identify and treat skin cancers and other conditions, all with the use of multiphoton lasers. Get the full story Cutting-Edge Skin Treatment, Without the Cutting
A grotesque wasting disease that's been wreaking underwater havoc for years has spread to the sunflower sea star. What comes next? Get the full story ‘There Were Arms Walking Off By Themselves’
Incredibly preserved specimens of agnostids, bug-like creatures from 450 million years ago, shed new light on evolutionary history. Get the full story ‘Unparalleled Insight’ Into Prehistoric Life
Housing for Health, an Alberta-based project, is hoping to discover whether community design can lead to healthier lifestyles. Get the full story It’s a Beautiful (and Healthy?) Day in the Neighbourhood
Many people carry outdated or unfavourable stereotypes about scientists. The #ScientistsWhoSelfie campaign is helping change perceptions. Get the full story Changing the Face of Science… With a Selfie
Why does music make us feel the way it does? It's down to dopamine, the neurotransmitter associated with pleasure and reward. Get the full story Hey Mr. DJ, Put a Record On; I Want Some Dopamine, Baby