Major carbon corporations linked to over a third of western US and southwestern Canadian wildfire damage
A new study reveals that the world's top fossil fuel companies are responsible for over a third of the area burned by wildfires across western US and southwestern Canadian
Deciphering the impossible: how a never-before-seen shape reshaped math's unsolved conundrum
Ontario scientist Craig Kaplan has contributed to the groundbreaking discovery of a unique 13-sided shape, called "the hat," which solves a mathematical problem that remained unsolved for over 60 years.
NASA discovers a unique object that defies physics
NASA reported a new discovery of a celestial object that is breaking the laws of physics. The object, known as an ultraluminous X-ray source (ULX), shines around 10 million times brighter than the sun.
Illegal cancer-causing chemicals found in 87% of Canadian toys
A new study from the University of Toronto has found that cancer-causing chemicals called short-chain chlorinated paraffins (SCCPs) are present in over 87% of products tested, including toys and electronics sold in Canada, despite being banned for a...
Scientists make historic discovery: plants make sounds when they're stressed
As a result of research by scientists from Tel Aviv University, a historic discovery was made: plants can produce sounds when under stress.
England legalizes commercial development of genetically modified food
Commercial development of genetically modified products is now permitted in England, although the governments of Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland have not yet allowed it.
Scientists have discovered a giant ocean located deep within the Earth
It is possible that water on Earth did not come from space, but rather from the planet's internal reservoirs.
'Glass balls' filled with water found on the Moon
Scientists have discovered that water on the moon is located inside glass beads, which are the dominant reservoir involved in the water cycle on the Earth's satellite.
The Earth's population is nearing its peak
The Earth's population is nearing its peak, projected to be reached by 2050. Acording as per a study by Earth4all a decline in population is expected after that peak
A Japanese astronomer has captured rare footage of a meteorite crashing into the moon
The moon is constantly bombarded by meteorites, but it is practically impossible to observe this phenomenon from Earth. Most objects in space are too small and dark to be seen as they approach our satellite.