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Space… the final (commercial) frontier

Space startup Vast has partnered with Elon Musk’s SpaceX to launch a school bus-sized space station into orbit by 2025, as private companies race to capture low-orbit real estate.

The Moon is open for business

Top travel destinations for 2023: Venice, Maui, Seoul, and… the Moon?

NASA picks its space Canuck

For Ontario’s Jeremy Hansen, the sky is not the limit. NASA is sending him to deep space.

The most super superconductor of them all

Imagine this: A future where your phone battery is so good that you never have to get through the day on a 10% charge again.

Science Advisor looks skyward

The Chief Science Advisor of Canada wants to get to the bottom of this UFO business.

Better computing through brain power

A new paper in Frontiers in Science details one research group’s case for organoid intelligence—the practice of using tiny clumps of human stem cells to power computers. 

A carbon capture breakthrough

The world’s climate goals are banking on the success of carbon capture technology, and one start-up has just achieved a major breakthrough. 

Using genetic genealogy to solve cold cases

While you’re using DNA testing services to explore your neanderthal ancestry, the police are using the same data to solve crimes. 

Farewell to the leap second

It’s not every day that decisions are made that affect the passage of time itself, but here we are. 

Identifying flying objects

That one person in every friend group who’s secretly (or vocally) obsessed with aliens could soon be vindicated as NASA takes a fresh look into the unknown entities flying in our skies.