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What made Beethoven sick? DNA from his hair offers clues

Study suggests lobster may be able to adapt to warming ocean temperatures

To boldly grow where no one has grown before: Space technology could help grow food in northern Labrador

Owl attacks 6 people at Killarney Provincial Park

Deadly 6.5 magnitude earthquake rattles Pakistan, Afghanistan

Spring sprung at 3:24 p.m. on March 20. Here's the science behind the date and time

Rebuild of N.W.T. climate research station ramps up


We are heading toward IPCC's 1.5 C threshold of warming, but all is not lost

Trailblazing Nunatsiavut researchers study the ocean, and add Inuit context for other scientists


These engineers are being hired to get the most out of AI tools without coding

As Canadians call for greener pensions, pressure mounts for funds to cut ties with oil and gas

30 years after an historic fight against clear cutting, Indigenous communities are still fighting for forests

As It Happens

Volcanoes on Venus erupt every few months like Hawaii, study suggests

Markings on the leg and butt bones of early riders indicate people started riding horses 5,000 years ago

As It Happens

Invasive snails are helping an endangered bird make a comeback in Florida

CBC Investigates

Canada is sitting on 12 'carbon bombs.' Here's where they are

CBC Explains

Hate those pesky potholes? You won't like what's coming with climate change


How an Alberta facility is using Ukrainian seeds to unlock hemp's true potential

As It Happens

Professor living underwater for 100 days says it's 'a neat place to be'

What on Earth

Scientists aim to track caribou, ticks and more, like forecasting weather, amid warming climate

McMaster students set for Florida launch of their satellite, after developing it for years