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The small space station would be placed in orbit between the Earth and the moon.
Nemer will advise cabinet ministers on scientific issues.
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And most don't trust the media's science coverage.
"None of the fish they've caught, even in Fukushima Prefecture, exceed their food-safety guidelines."
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The report blames habitat loss, climate change, invasive species and pollution.
The project is part of a new $1.25-million innovation program from the McCain Foundation.
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A bright flash was spotted across B.C. and Alberta skies on Monday night.
The total solar eclipse won't be visible anywhere in Canada.
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Our current government has been staking much on an "innovation economy." So how do we get there?
The Department of Fisheries says it's "very concerning."
Cancer therapies could provide clue to a cure.
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Nations need to have well-articulated strategies addressing science, innovation, competitiveness and productivity.
A team of researchers recently unveiled a new experiment that uses touchscreens and apps in order to investigate dolphin intelligence. While this might sound like a boon to the realm of animal cognition, it raises some important questions about the ways that research is done and reveals how certain archaic attitudes within the scientific community persist, to the detriment of both science and other-than-human beings.