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Scientists descend on Sable Island for massive study of fog
On Sable Island, scientists can be found among the horses, seals and seabirds this summer.
Why retired scientists may have already discovered today's green energy solutions
What on Earth's Molly Segal takes a look back at how the oil crisis of the 1970s sparked concerns about energy costs and security, prompting research that's taken on new meaning today in a warming world.
B.C.'s endangered killer whales have been going hungry for years, study finds
With roughly 75 individuals left, southern resident orcas have not been getting enough food to meet their needs for years, according to UBC researchers.
Busting sexist myths about female creatures in the animal world
NASA rocket launches to test new orbit for moon missions
These invasive jellyfish are the size of a thumbnail — and they're making a new home in B.C.
'She's perfect and she's beautiful': Frozen baby woolly mammoth discovered in Yukon gold fields
Would you eat invasive carp? What about 'copi'?
Early risers can see a rare group of planets in the morning sky
Where are all the Black astronomers and physicists? Racism, isolation keeping many away
Woolly mammoth shoulder blade, tusk, among ice age fossils found by Yukon paleontology team
Meet the husband-wife duo competing with SpaceX to send cargo to the moon
As It Happens
An eagle snatched a baby hawk for dinner, then ended up adopting it
U.S. funds $7.5M study with Canadian scientists to help predict marine fog
World's largest recorded freshwater fish caught in Cambodia
Retired Fredericton engineer's ultralight plane powered by electricity
The Black Death was history's most lethal plague. Now scientists say they know where it started
Moth wings could inspire a new generation of soundproofing material
Extinct? No, this rare Galapagos giant tortoise is still around after all
What on Earth?
Small backyard homes could offer both housing and climate relief