Posts Filed Under: Science
With the launch of Bitmorph, the Science Centre aims to improve its technology—and its educational reach.
An innovative addition to the east end campus officially opens today, and feels a bit like science fiction.
Renowned astronomer Dr. Helen Sawyer Hogg shared her love of the stars.
U of T exhibits centuries-old anatomical masterwork by Andreas Vesalius.
The Ontario Science Centre's first new exhibit hall in seven years explores the limits of the human body.
A U of T academic has found a way of getting traffic lights to "talk" to one another.
The tenth anniversary of SARS has gone with little recognition from Torontonians, and that's a problem.
With 3D-printed chocolates and hands-on workshops, the Mini Maker Faire made do-it-yourself culture seem awesome.
Juice up your Apple in the Big Apple.
On the night of February 9, 1913, Torontonians were treated to one of the most unusual heavenly events of all time. But what did they really see?
Todd Reichert and Cameron Robertson have solved one of the longest-standing challenges in aviation. Here’s how they did it.
What effect do storm surges have on Lake Ontario's ecology?
Matthew Clowater and his school friends have teamed up with a local shop in an effort to raise money for the axolotl, which is cartoonishly cute, and also endangered.
The co-host of Discovery Canada's Daily Planet spills on bats, celebrity encounters, and the beauty of science.
Why a York University PhD student thinks there's a place for bees in urban planning and landscape design.
Acrotholus audeti is believed to have lived in Alberta about 85 million years ago. Now, it's on display at the ROM.
A new database, developed here in Toronto, is helping to advance brain research.
The challenging early years of one of Toronto's first scientific institutions.