Pain Point: Women expect blessed relief from both hot flashes and migraines after menopause but, while the heat may be dialed down, the headaches never end for one-third of women
Zoomer Asks Canadian Experts to Share Their Latest Research Into Healthy Aging
Great Lakes Now
Chemical Impact: Microplastic pollution more complex than we think, says new research
Lake Superior Winter: Researchers belatedly turn their eyes to the impact of warming winters
Summertime Spike: Great Lakes parks a source of balm and vexation for many during COVID-19
Bats to the wall: Can a bizarre treatment halt the disease wiping out North America’s bats?
Global browning: Why the world’s fresh water is getting murkier
Game of thrones: As the climate in Canada’s Far North changes, polar bears are being affected. One impact – the increasing presence of killer whales in Arctic waters – may just unseat the King of the North.
A glacier’s pace: How much do glaciers contribute to rising sea levels?
Science News for Students
Small world: The hot field of the microbiome. Ever since the discovery that bacteria can be good for us, there’s been a race to get into the lab
Bright Idea: Touchscreen chamber for mice, complete with milkshake: A chamber that completely changes the way cognitive tests are performed on animals
Chemical Institute of Canada News
Alien landscapes and swimming pool science: A glimpse into the world of Feiyue Wang, this year’s winner of our Environment Division R&D Dima Award
New anti-psychotic nasal spray could ease side effects
Mapping metals in feathers: Researchers shine a (very) bright light on duck feathers, revealing a sensitive technique for environmental monitoring.
Chemical & Engineering News
Canada’s ‘brain gain’ U.S. and U.K. political climates are driving scholars to take research chairs at Canadian universities
Meet Mario Pinto, The Chemist Who Runs Canada’s Science Agency
The Globe and Mail
Intestinal parasites may help the immune system, researchers say
The Sound and the fury: Why mapping the seabed of Lancaster Sound has the Arctic in an uproar
Canadian Wildlife magazine
Caribou on the brink: Once unimaginably abundant, this “umbrella species” is at tremendous risk. What we do now and for the next few years will either save or doom this extraordinary creature
Marsh on the move: Maryland’s coastal marsh is migrating inland—and land managers are trying to clear the way
Canadian Broadcasting Corp.