After considerable backlash for potentially infringing on the freedom of expression, the Liberal government says it won’t regulate user-generated content on social media platforms, but experts warn this overextension of power to regulate the internet is not as innocuous as it seems.
Zen Honeycutt explains why plans to grow GM carbon-sequestering plants are a dangerous distraction
CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing can lead to unintended mutations (DNA damage) at the targeted section of DNA in early human embryos, researchers have revealed. This highlights the
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’