Nonprofit organization Thinking Huts wants to build the world’s first 3D-printed teaching institution in Madagascar, collaborating with established organizations and local workers. The school building
These were created out of tear-producing cells
A Reuters fact-checking report says one man’s claims against the mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines are false
Elsa-d is the world’s first-ever commercial mission demonstrating a space debris removal system
The inexpensive prototype utilizes solar energy and collects seawater to create a solar desalination skylight which emits natural diffused light. This device produces drinking water and uses leftover salt brine to create energy to be used as a light.
A new study found that repeated anger, yelling, hitting or shaking can have long-term repercussions on children’s brain development
The mars-based house may be worth more than your own real-life house
Both Premier Doug Ford and Toronto Mayor John Tory admitted to obtaining cell phone data to track people during the pandemic, raising ethical and legal questions
Researchers believe a hallucinogen drug may be the answer for treating depression. The powerful drug is currently being trialled, and researchers think it could ‘reset’
Fly me to the moon! Toronto-based writer Samuel Peralta is sending a time capsule of writing, artwork, music, and more from 1,200 international creatives to
In a world powered by algorithms, two mathematicians have helped pioneer the field of computational complexity — that is, the study of the speed and
India’s Koo App — Twitter’s doppelgänger — gains rapid, unprecedented traction amid the country’s techno-nationalism
Home to the world’s second largest internet population, India is on the precipice of a whole new online ecosystem.