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5/25/2018

Scientists to test if Loch Ness monster exists using DNA sampling
A New Zealand scientist is leading an international team to the Loch Ness lake in Scotland next month, where they will take samples of the murky waters and conduct DNA tests to determine what species live there.
Radio-Canada
5/25/2018

New centre aims to capture CO2 and monetize the emissions
The goal of a new laboratory on the outskirts of Calgary is to not only capture harmful greenhouse gas emissions, but find a way to make money from the carbon dioxide.
Radio-Canada
5/24/2018

Hawaii s Kilauea volcano producing eerie blue flames as methane gas ignites
Scientists in Hawaii have captured rare images of blue flames burning from cracks in the pavement as Kilauea volcano gushes fountains of lava in the background, offering a look at a new dimension in the volcano's weeks-long eruption.
Radio-Canada
5/24/2018

“We found microbeads in the smallest bits of sediment and in a concentration equal to the amounts of silt and organic matter,” one researcher said.
Radio-Canada
5/24/2018

B.C. and N.B. floods a warning of what s to come, climate change researchers say
Dawn Harp and Lars Androsoff were fully confident flooding didn't threaten their home near southern British Columbia's Kettle River.
Radio-Canada
5/23/2018

Top 10 new species of 2018 include volcanic bacterium and a hitchhiking beetle
From a tree to an orangutan to bacterium, the annual top 10 new species list has the newest stars of Earth's biodiversity.
Radio-Canada
5/22/2018

Russia s 1st sea-borne nuclear power plant arrives in the Arctic
The plant will provide electricity to an isolated Russian town across the Bering Strait from Alaska. The state nuclear company says it could pioneer a new power source for remote regions, but green campaigners are concerned about the risk of nuclear
Radio-Canada
5/21/2018

Bitcoin is an energy hog: New numbers suggest how big a problem it is
Bitcoin miners will guzzle more electricity this year than some countries do, according to new numbers from a leading researcher. And while some critics take issue with these figures, few disagree that the digital currency's energy use is a growing
Radio-Canada
5/21/2018

Scientists say they ve found an alien asteroid near Jupiter
When an asteroid from outside our solar system was observed zipping through for the first time last year, it caused a lot of excitement. Now, a new study suggests another interstellar asteroid has actually been hiding here all this time.
Radio-Canada
5/21/2018

Plastics, other garbage found in ocean trench nearly 11 kilometres below surface
New research published in the journal Marine Policy shows that humanity's garbage isn't just floating on the ocean surface where there might be some hope of cleaning it up. Video footage has captured images of garbage — including single-use plastics



Philip Roth, Fearless and Celebrated Author, Dies at 85

Philip Roth, Fearless and Celebrated Author, Dies


Smartisan s Revolutionary Product Launch at the Bird s Nest: TNT Work Station and the Next Generation R1 Phone

Smartisan s Revolutionary Product Launch at the


Volunteer at the Lake Cunningham Native Garden

Volunteer at the Lake Cunningham Native Garden


Nine Environmental Protesters Killed in India

Nine Environmental Protesters Killed in India


New Eruptions in Hawaii Send Lava Closer to Power Plant

New Eruptions in Hawaii Send Lava Closer to Power