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Sonya Buyting is guest hosting Quirks and Quarks this week and next.
Quirks July 22, 2017
A new study has discovered a genetic link between unusual human super-sociability, why your dog loves pleasing you and why wolves don't.
New research shows that cacao plants pass on protective microbes to young plants through their discarded leaves.
MIT chemists now understand how plants mosses and algae can avoid getting burnt by the sun.
By targeting the signals that cause tumours to metastasize, they think they can slow the spread.
Some researchers think alien life forms are out there, we just need to focus our search.
Dr. Chris Heyn answers this week's Quirks Question.
Is Netflix's comedy onslaught bad for live stand-up?
After 18 surgeries, Canadian 'Mega Traun' set to compete in Invictus Games
Why is Darren Aronofsky's Mother! so controversial?
Dotard? Fop-doodle? Here's an etymological history of archaic insults