The volcanic agate geode was discovered in Brazil in November 2020. Continue reading →
If social networks and other platforms are to get a handle on disinformation, it’s not enough to know what it is — you have to know how people react to it. Researchers at MIT and Cornell have some surprising but subtle findings that may affect how Tw...
AstraZeneca has said it believes a first dose of its vaccine offers protection after 12 weeks, but Pfizer says it has not tested the efficacy of its jab after such a long gap. Continue reading →
The group of businesses would cover the costs of deploying COVID-19 rapid tests if the Alberta government will supply them. Watch video →
Scientists estimate the monarch population in southern Canada and the eastern U.S. has fallen about 80 per cent since the mid-1990s. Continue reading →
Elon Musk said Thursday via a tweet that he will donate $100 million towards a prize for the best carbon capture technology. Musk, who recently surpassed Amazon’s Jeff Bezos to become the world’s richest person, didn’t provide any more details except...
As variants of the novel coronavirus continue to emerge in Canada, labs are looking for mutations in just five per cent of COVID-positive cases. Continue reading →
Three clinics in Alberta focus on patients experiencing effects of COVID-19 more than three months after testing positive. Watch video →
Shortages of COVID-19 vaccine supply have left provinces, including Alberta, scrambling to adjust their rollout schedules, including plans for second doses. Continue reading →
The ETS has partnered with Outbreaker Solutions on a pilot project that will see innovative germ-killing push plates installed on several doors at transit centres and LRT stations. Continue reading →