Scientists Date Dust Older Than The Sun

Ben Hamill - January 23, 2020

Whatever your personal belief system about how Earth was made or came to be, scientists believe that the material discovered inside the meteorite that crashed into Australia’s rural outlands back in 1969, is older still. So old in f...Read More

Justin Bieber Opens Up About Mental Health

Ben Hamill - September 09, 2019

Justin Bieber is a textbook case for every conceivable type of social ill; or at least, he used to be. The star recently and for the first time ever “faced his demons” in an honest and open manner when he shared in...Read More

Remains Of Giant Parrot Discovered

Ben Hamill - August 09, 2019

Scientists are constantly making exciting new discoveries of animal and plant life that may very well have populated the earth thousands; and in some cases even millions; of years ago. The latest is the re-examination of fossils that are...Read More

CA Government To Invest $20M In Health Tech

Ben Hamill - August 05, 2019

Canada is moving along swiftly in a committed attempt to ensure a leading role in the medical-tech marketplace of the future. And government is doing all it can to ensure that the country remains relevant and prepared to assume this role,...Read More

Young Canadian Scientist Headed For Euro Contest

Ben Hamill - August 04, 2019

18-year-old Manning Whitby isn’t your run-of-the-mill post teen. Not by a long shot. Whitby is one of Canada’s finest young scientific minds, having developed a wearable perception aid to be worn by individuals affected by va...Read More

Arctic Fox Walks From Norway To Canada

Ben Hamill - July 06, 2019

A feisty female arctic fox recently had researcher-scientist Arnaud Tarroux checking and rechecking everything from his tracker-tech to the actual data generated by the equipment. Neither Tarroux nor fellow researcher ...Read More

New Solution For Wasted Eye Drops

Ben Hamill - June 24, 2019

Waste not, want not. There’s been an increase in “no waste” awareness all over the world, but it generally relates to either not wasting water or food. But there’s another valuable resource that goes to waste l...Read More

Science Says Beware The Neuro-Wearable

Ben Hamill - June 04, 2019

Use with caution. Such is the nature of the message preached by neuroscientists following a broad-based overview of some of the wildly fantastic claims made by the manufacturers of wearable “neuro-devices”.  Neuro...Read More

Big Bang Molecule Finally Proven To Exist

Ben Hamill - April 25, 2019

Ever since the theory of the natural existence of the molecule thought to have been formed in the immediate aftermath of the Big Bang was formulated in the early 70’s, scientists have been searching for signs of a na...Read More

Ancient Moon Rock May Originate From Earth

Ben Hamill - February 03, 2019

Nearly half a century after it was discovered, scientists are now beginning to think that a rock sample gleaned during an Apollo mission to the moon actually came from Earth. According to them, the rock originated from...Read More

Scientists Detect New Radio Wave Signals

Ben Hamill - January 17, 2019

Researchers in Canada have taken huge steps towards answering one of astronomy’s longest-standing and most baffling mysteries. The mystery in question is the rapid, strong bursts of radio wave signals that have been picked up in sp...Read More

Canadian Scientists Say the ‘The Blob’ is Back

Ben Hamill - October 24, 2018

According to expert meteorologists, in British Columbia are once again heating up an area of the Pacific Ocean, recreating a phenomenon that has over the years become known as simply ‘the blob’. The mass of warm waters has ...Read More

Canadian Slots Players Ignore Warnings

Ben Hamill - October 22, 2018

Each year, millions of Canadian locals indulge in some . Slot machines in the country have paid out countless hefty jackpots over the past few years as well – although, most experts are firm on the fact that the odds of winning big ...Read More

Saving British Columbia’s Rattlesnakes

Ben Hamill - October 14, 2018

The rattlesnake population of British Columbia is dwindling, and now scientists and conservationists are working to change that. Working with the province’s transportation department, they are building subterranean ...Read More

Nobel Physics Prize Goes to Laser Scientists

Ben Hamill - October 10, 2018

The 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics has been shared by 3 scientists who make tools from light. Canadian Donna Strickland, Gérard Mourou of France, and American Arthur Ashkin were awarded for their pioneering work in laser physics. Ac...Read More

Study Reveals Brain’s Risk-Taking Center

Ben Hamill - September 28, 2018

Experiments performed on two monkeys have helped scientists to pinpoint a small part of the brain that plays a crucial role in decision-making processes. The area could also be responsible for the control of risk-ta...Read More

Great Lakes’ Temperatures Continue to Soar

Ben Hamill - September 13, 2018

The Great Lakes of Canada are getting rapidly hotter, with some parts seeing a rise of three degrees or more in the past months. And while a mere three degrees may not seem all that concerning, it certainly has local s...Read More

Scientists Search for Nova Scotia’s Living Bats

Ben Hamill - September 07, 2018

Deep in the heart of Nova Scotia lies an abandoned building that is highly prized among provincial biologists. Inside this building is one of Nova Scotia’s last surviving bat colonies, the rest of which were all but wiped out by white...Read More

Mountain Goats Influenced By Climate Change

Ben Hamill - August 11, 2018

Climate change is on everyone’s lips, and one of . It’s a serious issue, and one that is being approached from multiple different angles. United States wildlife scientist Katarzyna Nowak is taking her own approach, using her s...Read More

Toronto Students Reach for the Stars

Ben Hamill - July 31, 2018

Four Toronto-based youngsters, two of them still in school, have become published scientists. The study they suggested in a competition run by the University of Toronto Schools was selected, and the experiment they designed was sent to ...Read More