Scientists have calculated just how cold it got on Earth during the depths of the last Ice Age, when immense ice sheets covered large parts of North America, South America, Europe and Asia.
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Israeli archaeologists have announced the discovery of a trove of early Islamic gold coins found during recent salvage excavations near the central city of Yavne.
A parachutist completed the world’s first jump from a solar-powered aircraft on Tuesday after the plane soared to a height of 1,520 metres (nearly 5,000 ft) over western Switzerland, Swiss organizers said.
A Vancouver Island hotelier accused in connection with a U.S. Ponzi scheme is suing Facebook for $50 million over the existence of an “imposter” account set up in his likeness.
Conservationists say the endangered southern resident killer whales will be further affected if the navy is allowed to fire torpedoes, deploy sonar and detonate bombs at sea.
Researchers and public health officials are calling for saliva-based COVID-19 tests in schools. But despite international efforts to make this option a reality, there’s still no word on when saliva-based testing will be allowed anywhere in Canada.
In a press release Monday, several conservation groups say the U.S.’s leasing program for oil and gas development on the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge’s coastal plain is illegal.
Despite long workdays and promising early results, researchers at VIDO-InterVac in Saskatoon say a lack of manufacturing capacity is slowing down their efforts at a made-in-Canada vaccine. That matters, given concerns over “vaccine nationalism,” which could prevent access to a product that’s not made at home.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting between 19 and 25 storms in the Atlantic Ocean this year.
How life arose on Earth remains a mystery, though many hypotheses have been proposed. Now a new study by Japanese scientists has reinvigorated the discussion around panspermia: The idea that life may have reached Earth from Mars.