When farmers reduce tilling, plant cover crops, and speckle their steads with livestock and trees, they're helping fight climate change and bolstering their bottom lines.
Can a chip combining electrodes and real neurons succeed where software has so far failed?
Wireless receiver and transmitter is small enough to fit in a swallowable capsule for monitoring gut health
The state is taking on a new challenge to gradually move away from fossil fuels to green energy. Virginia has become the first among the Southern US states to
SpaceX now licensed to deploy 1 million of what Musk calls "UFOs on a stick."
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The European Space Agency’s (ESA) Vega launcher project has passed a milestone, with a successful sustained heat test on its new 3D-printed thrust chamber. The new part belongs to Vega’s M10 engine, which the ESA hopes to put into space beginning in 2025.
Participants in Ontario's prematurely cancelled basic income pilot project were happier, healthier and continued working even though they were receiving money from the provincial government with no-strings attached.
From shamanic ritual to horoscopes, humans have always tried to predict the future. Today, trusting predictions and prophecies has become part of daily life. From the weather forecast to the time the sat-nav says we will reach our destination, our lives are built around futuristic fictions.
Canada’s climate plan is working for the planet and it’s working for Canadians. As Canada transitions to a cleaner economy, GHG emission reductions in the transportation sector are necessary. To spur innovation and encourage the widespread adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) the Government of Canada is providing Canadians with more options to purchase, charge and drive zero emission vehicles.
The sailfish can swim faster than a cheetah can run – and the secrets behind its speed inspired Frank Stephenson to bring natural magic into the world of car design.
The world is on average getting warmer, but we still need to keep buildings at liveable temperatures year-round. Is it possible to cut emissions while keeping warm in winter?