Science & Tech

Published On: April 07, 2021
Find out about the extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey — a remarkable effort to chart the vastness of space
March 31, 2021
What if Canadians had to carry proof of a COVID-19 vaccination to go to work, go shopping, and travel?
Published On: March 31, 2021
Many residents see the satellite service as a solution to their long-standing internet issues. But some experts caution that uptake of the new system could come with downsides.
March 29, 2021
Virus research could be helped by artificial intelligence, but what are its limitations?
March 29, 2021
NASA systems engineer Farah Alibay talks about her work on the MARS mission.
March 10, 2021
Nobel Laureate Kazuo Ishiguro discuss his new book, "Klara and the Sun."
Published On: March 09, 2021 speaks with neurologist Andrew Lim about the connection between sleep and health — and why so many people are finding it hard to get a good night’s rest during the pandemic.
Published On: March 02, 2021
Find out what astronomers and physicists know about things that can’t be seen.
March 01, 2021
What is the legacy of the important DNA sequencing effort?
Published On: March 01, 2021
In Cochrane, snowmobiling is more than just a recreational activity — it’s an economic driver and part of the town’s cultural heritage.
February 23, 2021
An examation of the promise and science of the currently banned drugs.
Published On: February 16, 2021
OPINION: After four years of investigation, the company has all but abandoned the idea of hydrogen-fuelled trains zipping through the GTA. Good riddance.
February 08, 2021
What are the effects of social media on the stock market?
February 05, 2021
A look at The Agenda's week in programming.
February 03, 2021
What can be learned after a year of video business meetings?
February 01, 2021
These all too common head injuries can be difficult to understand and treat.
January 27, 2021
Author Ron Deibert discusses his new book, "Reset: Reclaiming the Internet for Civil Society."
Published On: January 25, 2021
OPINION: The most affluent, politically well-connected people in this province have largely been able to ignore the connectivity issues other face. COVID-19 could change that.