Why scientists intentionally spilled oil into a Canadian lake
A research team carefully spilled dilbit into mini-lakes to uncover the real-world responses of the oil and its impact on aquatic life
A look at the search for a COVID-19 vaccine in Canada
A summary of some of the scientific projects underway at universities.
First image of black hole helps turn science fiction into fact
Canadian researcher says image bolsters theories at the core of modern physics.
UOIT and GM partner to promote STEM education
Four programs aim to encourage students to take an interest in science, technology, engineering and math.
3D printers: A revolutionary frontier for medicine
They’re opening a horizon of amazing possibilities, such as bioprinting living tissues with “biological ink.”
Trump team’s views on climate change clash with mainstream science
Here’s a comparison of how science sees key issues compared to the US administration’s alternate reality.
Maybe we aren’t alone! NASA finds 10 more planets that could have life
Kepler telescope discovers seven Earth-size planets that circle stars just like ours.
Science minister wants research grants going to younger scientists
Panel calls for $1.3 billion for programs and an overhaul of how research is overseen.
More science for environmental assessments: researchers
Recommendations include assessments by parties with arms-length relationship from proponents.
Google founder touts Alphabet as an entrepreneurial tech, science hub
The holding company will oversee riskier venture including self-driving cars and internet-connected appliances.
Principal of Queens in 1861 real father of space flight
Scottish immigrant to Canada predates accepted scientific theory of rocket travel by 30 years.
World’s biggest particle accelerator restarts
Large Hadron Collider will now run around the clock for the next three years.
Ontario’s Wynne inks $1B in China investment deals
Agreements focused on science and technology and energy efficiency.
91% of eighth graders meet science expectations
Average reading and math scores rose slightly 2010 levels.
Scientists attempt a 3-D printed, human heart
University of Louisville team has already printed valves, small veins with cells.