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'Every plant and animal is useful to us': Indigenous professor re-thinking how we deal with invasive species
Nicholas Reo, an assistant professor at Dartmouth College, is bringing Indigenous ways of understanding invasive plants and animal species into academia.
Ribbonsnake DNA detective work being used to track elusive creatures
A snake researcher is using DNA analysis to track down the one of Nova Scotia's most elusive and threatened snakes.
Prescription to slow worsening myopia in Canadian kids? Head outdoors
All children with myopia benefit from spending more time outdoors, doctors say.
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Finding the Holy Grail in space: Something like ourselves
NASA's newest planet hunting telescope will help the search for an Earth-like planet among the stars, but that's no guarantee it will support life.
Indigenous college uses NASA grant to bridge traditional knowledge and Western science
'We need to rethink the entire plastics industry': Why banning plastic straws isn't enough
Warm-water bottlenose dolphins, false killer whales documented off B.C.'s Vancouver Island
Book a stay at this space hotel in 2022 - if you have $9.5M to spare
Alberta university criticized for plan to bestow honorary degree on David Suzuki
Rescued owl family moved to Niagara Region
Documentary takes you around the world through 'One Amazing Day'
Dodo whodunit: Feathered creature died from shotgun blast to head
Health Canada should stop approving homeopathic remedies — period: Robyn Urback
Meet the newest 'exploding ant' that sacrifices itself for the good of the colony