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How new telescope technology captured this image of Neptune from down here on Earth
It's big, cold, blue and 4.3 billion kilometres away. But astronomers using new optics technology have taken an image of Neptune that is nearly as sharp as those taken from the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope.
Would you eat lab-grown fish? You might soon have that choice
Is 'lab-grown' meat ready for the mainstream? The FDA in the United States is trying to figure that out.
Livestock with less methane: Scientists seek ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Greenhouse gases from livestock are about 14.5 per cent of global emissions. Scientists are working on improving feed, breeding stock and changing pasture conditions to improve emissions.
Astronomers spy nearby star that could be eating a planet
A nearby baby star suddenly started looking a bit strange last year. Now astronomers think they know why -- it's in the process of eating a planet.
Northwestern Ontario rock formation helps scientists study 'ancient atmosphere'
New leasing venture aims to bring more electric buses to Canada
Marine reptile fossils found at Fort McMurray area worksite
Rare baby snake fossil found in amber from Age of Dinosaurs
Grizzly bear chases kayaker down B.C. river
Iceberg looming over Greenland village spotted from space
Bear cubs found trapped in washroom returned to Banff National Park
Archeologists find world's oldest bread
From Slurpees to smoothies, scientist aims to put bees on a diet
Canadian Space Commerce Association shuts down
12 new moons discovered around Jupiter
Warm water threatens what should be bumper year for Fraser River sockeye
Elon Musk apologizes for calling Thai cave rescue diver a pedophile
Google hit with record $6.7B Cdn antitrust fine by EU regulators