Now You’re Talking looks at the evolution of human voice from caveman to artificial intelligence
Antibiotic resistant dust is all around you
Do cute babies make you want to pinch them?
Baboon survives 6 months with a transplanted pig’s heart
Could China win the new race to the moon?
Perfecting the Christmas tree with the help of science
Do animals have measurable intelligence differences like humans do?
Frogs sing in the city – ‘If I can make it here’
I love working with food, but one of my other passions is home decor, so I hope you’ll humour me with this post! I’ve caught the decor bug in recent years, and I just love every stage of putting a room together. The only problem is that I don’t have much time for home decor […]
Impossible, but the heat would build up and possibly separate continents
Why the prevailing theory for the cause of Alzheimer’s may be wrong
How the octopus got their intelligence
3D printing moon dust could be the way to colonize the moon
Take a photo of your nails to find out if you’re anemic
Users have no choice when it comes to lethal fentanyl in street drugs
Cracking the science of funny, one goofy, giggly word at a time
Why we’re not learning enough from medical implant problems
Astronaut David Saint-Jacques on Canada in space
Spinal cord researchers make breakthrough
A cosmic conundrum: What the heck are fast radio bursts?
Genetically edited babies create a scientific furor
Hellooooo! I’m alive, I’m alive! Did you think after my 10-year blogiversary post that I decided to take a 10-year break? lol. It’s been a busy month with a lot of fun events going down. I just returned from WXN’s Canada’s Most Powerful Women celebrations, and I’m still riding the high of winning an award […]
Can we keep captive animals wild
The first flight of an aircraft with no moving parts
Sex vs gender, and why it matters
NASA’s new lander will be looking deep inside the red planet
Bats and dolphins have an elegant solution for interfering sonar signals
First-ever discovery of a crater under an ice sheet
Coral reef islands may rise up against climate change
How moths use stealth jet technology to sneak past bats
Rainforest people have evolved to be small because jungle walking is hard
Walking on water and climbing up walls – how animals do it
The position of the pole star has shifted as the Earth’s axis moved.
Bitcoin ‘mining’ is harder on the environment than mining for gold
Beatboxing verbal gymnastics is a whole new way of making sounds
Wind turbines are creating skinny, fearless lizards
Chucking salmon into trees to understand ecological web
Barking piranhas and screeching catfish fighting it out in the Amazon
Sniffing around our brain’s ability to navigate by scent