Science & Tech

July 30, 2021
Ted Koppel discusses his book, "Lights Out: A Cyberattack, A Nation Unprepared, Surviving the Aftermath." Then, Northwestern Ontario Hub journalist Charnel Anderson explains the benefits of forest bathing.
July 28, 2021
What are the effects of the modern tendency to live life online?
July 27, 2021
How can social media help social causes and how can it hinder progress by fostering hostility?
July 26, 2021
A critical look at the internet, how it started and how it's doing.
July 15, 2021
We revisit a segment from 2013 that asks if attitudes toward science correspond with political views.
July 14, 2021
Science journalist Angela Saini discusses her book, "Superior: The Return of Race Science."
July 13, 2021
The health law and science policy professor discusses the questionable trend of people buying into the influence of celebrities on issues of health and well-being.
June 16, 2021
What has sparked more interest lately in unidentified aerial phenomena?
Published On: June 04, 2021
The Soo is revamping its power system with the latest energy tech. Will its new smart grid be too smart for its own good?
June 01, 2021
Addressing concerns about taking a vaccine, and what can be learned for future pandemics.
Published On: May 28, 2021 speaks with privacy advocate Hessie Jones about the risks we all face online and what we can do about them.
Published On: May 25, 2021 speaks with Sarah Robichaud of Dancing With Parkinson’s about how physical exercise can help the body — and the brain.
Published On: May 25, 2021 speaks with U of T professor Ron Deibert about internet censorship, espionage, and getting threats from authoritarian regimes.
May 20, 2021
Mark Poznansky discusses his book, "Saved by Science: The Hope and Promise of Synthetic Biology."
May 19, 2021
How can science outcomes translate into effective policymaking decisions?
May 12, 2021
With the pandemic showing no signs of abating globally, is it time to rethink global intellectual properly rules?
Published On: May 11, 2021
Professor Emily Riehl, of Johns Hopkins University, presents a mathematical solution to the “matchmaker’s dilemma.” 
Published On: May 05, 2021
Harvard University’s L. Mahadevan explains a key natural process that has led to Earth’s tremendous diversity of life.