She still checks her notes from grad school, but also has an eye to finding new things, be they useful designs or Korean restaurants. Get the full story What Are Her Notebooks Full Of?
Fresh findings about what makes the elderly and those with underlying conditions more susceptible could help in developing treatments. Get the full story New Clues on Why COVID-19 Hits Some People Harder
Using infrared light, astronomers have discovered the remnants of a "fossil galaxy" that collided with the Milky Way in the distant past. Get the full story We’re Living on a 10-Billion-Year-Old Crash Site
As e-commerce keeps growing, having useful internal search engines will be key for businesses. That's where machine learning comes in. Get the full story One of Canada’s Top Startups Is Shaking Up Searches
He's renowned for his work in molecular genetics, but perhaps less known are his dreams of being a sculptor, or his love of plum dumplings. Get the full story ‘Discovery Is Not Simply a Eureka Moment’
The identification of a gene that activates with a newborn's first breath may lend new insight into interventions for sudden infant death syndrome. Get the full story Will This Discovery Help Unlock the Mystery of SIDS?
The risk of accidental exposure to peanuts creates real fear for parents of allergic children. Oral immunotherapy could offer peace of mind. Get the full story ‘Wonderful News’ for Families with Peanut Allergies
The pandemic has forced many of us to rethink what the "workplace" looks like. A Canadian startup is poised with a flexible solution. Get the full story Is This What the Future of Office Space Looks Like?
Take this physicist's advice, and you may find the same magic she has: being the only person on Earth with some new piece of knowledge. Get the full story If You Get the Chance, Get Into a Lab!
Looking at 40,000 years of records, researchers have concluded the ice at the North and South Poles can, in a way, talk to each other. Get the full story They’re Not Really Polar Opposites After All