How to reduce your home’s ecological footprint

We’re all kings and queens of our own castles.

No Photoshop involved: this iceberg really is almost perfectly rectangular

It’s as if someone cut it with a knife.

Scientists develop self-lubricating, smart condoms

An innovation which will make a lot of people happyier.

Novel video shows what drone impacts can do to planes. Spoiler alert: it’s very, very bad

That’s… surprisingly damaging!

Just 20% of US students learn a foreign language — compared to 92% in Europe

This seems to be a systemic problem.

Canada’s Pied Piper Province — How Alberta Became Rat-less

Alberta managed something that few other areas can boast.

Fossil Friday: the tiniest, most adorable Tylosaurus skull ever found

IT’S. SO. TINY!

Meet the trillions of viruses that make up your virome

If you think you don’t have viruses, think again.

Banksy stencil sells for $1.3 million — then immediately self-destructs

The painting doubled in value, since this is Banksy world and normal rules don’t seem to apply.

How do solar panels work?

Solar power is the future of energy. Find out how it works.

Interview with Bluebird Director of Science Lex Pelger on CBD

A cannabis expert shares what he knows about the science of CBD.

‘Trimming the fat’ — the implications for research and education

Finding a solution to this problem is key to ensuring that research does not stagnate, but instead continues to flourish.

Renowned mathematician Michael Atiyah claims to have solved the Riemann Hypothesis

A problem that turned out to have more sides than initially thought.

We have accounts of PTSD in warfare from Homer to the Middle Ages

Things are not OK.

What the season of fall – and science – teaches us about life and death

Life goes on after death.

Globalization is an ancient practice, new research reveals

Cooperation is the key to success!

Astronaut tweets incredible pictures of Hurricane Florence heading for the US East Coast

“Watch out, America!”

Kidney stones form like any rock, may hold day-by-day history of your body’s health

We’re all Stonebenders in our kidneys!

The table of disruptive technologies: a timeline of industry-killing breakthroughs

Do you know what future tech looks like?

Fishermen find 10,000-year-old skull and antlers belonging to extinct giant elk

Well, talk about a big catch.