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Zoomer Magazine

Zoomer Asks Canadian Experts to Share Their Latest Research Into Healthy Aging

Healthy Debate

Bored? Then pay attention to this research

Preventing a second wave is dirty work: COVID and wastewater

New Scientist

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

Canadian Geographic

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?

Great Lakes Now

Taking It in Stride: How Great Lakes islanders are weathering the COVID-19 storm

Weed in the Water: How does cannabis use affect our freshwater ecosystems?

Plastic Permanence: Research shows plastic becoming part of Great Lakes lakebed

Maclean’s magazine

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 & 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

Hakai magazine

Marsh on the move: Maryland’s coastal marsh is migrating inland—and land managers are trying to clear the way

Canadian Broadcasting Corp.

Science News for Students

Meat-eating pitcher plants feast on baby salamanders: Once trapped in the plants, the young amphibians can take more than two weeks to die

Rare-plant hunters race against time to save at-risk species

Microplastics take flight in the bellies of mosquitoes

 

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