Reclaim brownfield sites by putting science funding to practical use

The payoffs from investing more in applied research collaboration among different kinds of institutions are practical and long-lasting

Reclaim brownfield sites by putting science funding to practical use
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The payoffs from investing more in applied research collaboration among different kinds of institutions are practical and long-lasting

The black hole of increased funding for scientific research

Increasing investment in science is fine, but rarely does the investment seem to lead to an improvement in the lives of Canadians

The black hole of increased funding for scientific research
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Increasing investment in science is fine, but rarely does the investment seem to lead to an improvement in the lives of Canadians

A green city project in Russia comes alive

The project is supported by thorough research into what works best to create a green city, a large injection of funds and the participation of lots of volunteers

A green city project in Russia comes alive
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This is part 5 in our series Healthy cities

The project is supported by thorough research into what works best to create a green city, a large injection of funds and the participation of lots of volunteers

A finger on the pulse of Alberta’s legume crops

Dr. Rhonda Bell’s study provides good news for people who hope to avoid developing diabetes and cardiovascular disease

A finger on the pulse of Alberta’s legume crops
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Dr. Rhonda Bell’s study provides good news for people who hope to avoid developing diabetes and cardiovascular disease

One big asteroid could ruin the mining industry

The space race is on and the payoff is an untold cache of precious metals, large enough to completely dwarf the world's biggest mining companies

One big asteroid could ruin the mining industry
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The space race is on and the payoff is an untold cache of precious metals, large enough to completely dwarf the world’s biggest mining companies

Is Ottawa really committed to new resource development?

It's doubtful. Its plan to “improve” the NEB actually makes it more difficult and costly for business to navigate

Is Ottawa really committed to new resource development?
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It’s doubtful. Its plan to “improve” the NEB actually makes it more difficult and costly for business to navigate

Building a passion for STEM studies among women and girls

Only 20 per cent of Canada’s post-secondary science, technology, engineering and mathematics students are female. That must change. Here's how to start

Building a passion for STEM studies among women and girls
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Only 20 per cent of Canada’s post-secondary science, technology, engineering and mathematics students are female. That must change. Here’s how to start

Lost in the fog: climate manipulation is all too real

Don’t blame carbon emissions on weird weather. Corporations and governments have been changing the weather quite intentionally for decades

Lost in the fog: climate manipulation is all too real
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Don’t blame carbon emissions on weird weather. Corporations and governments have been changing the weather quite intentionally for decades

Turning the truth about carbon taxation on its head

Some people actually believe the nonsense that taxing carbon leads to economic growth

Turning the truth about carbon taxation on its head
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Some people actually believe the nonsense that taxing carbon leads to economic growth

We’re flushing money and resources down the drain

To Dr. Nicholas Ashbolt, wastewater has great value, but realizing that value requires an infrastructure overhaul

We’re flushing money and resources down the drain
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Part 4 of a 10-part series: To Dr. Nicholas Ashbolt, wastewater has great value, but realizing that value requires an infrastructure overhaul