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12 cool things to know about snowy owls | CBC News

The snowy owl that was launched by the Atlantic Vet College in early January after recovering from hunger. (UPEI Marketing and Communications) A few weeks in the past, a snowy owl…

N.S. video game industry on the hunt for workers as pandemic drives up sales | CBC News

As industries throughout the province shed jobs in response to COVID-19, the online game trade in Nova Scotia is recruiting. The trade is trying to rent dozens of latest staff…

It’s no yolk — egghead experiment simulates concussion | CBC Radio

Scientists used uncooked eggs to simulate the damaging results on the mind from strikes to the pinnacle, with shocking outcomes. If somebody calls you an egghead, they aren’t too far…

McMaster University researchers use animal cells to cultivate meat in a lab | CBC News

Researchers at McMaster University have developed a brand new type of cultivated meat utilizing a technique they are saying guarantees extra pure flavour and texture than different alternate options to…

Elon Musk to offer $100 million prize for ‘best’ carbon capture tech | CBC News

Tesla Inc. chief and billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk on Thursday took to Twitter to vow a $100 million US prize for growth of the “best” expertise to seize carbon dioxide…

Google threatens to pull search engine in Australia | CBC News

Google on Friday threatened to make its search engine unavailable in Australia if the federal government went forward with plans to make tech giants pay for information content material. Australian…

Iqaluit sets record high temperature for Jan. 19, reaching 0.5 C | CBC News

If Iqalummiut really feel like winter has been particularly gentle this 12 months, they are not unsuitable. Temperatures have been unseasonably balmy by Iqaluit requirements this winter and Tuesday formally had the warmest…

13 new North Atlantic right whale calves recorded this season | CBC News

Researchers say there’s cause for some “guarded optimism” for the North Atlantic proper whale inhabitants.  So far 13 new calves have been recorded this 12 months off the coast of the southern…

How climate action can benefit from Indigenous tradition of ‘7th-generation decision-making’ | CBC News

Hello, Earthlings! This is our weekly e-newsletter on all issues environmental, the place we spotlight tendencies and options which are shifting us to a extra sustainable world. (Sign up right here to get…

Giant predatory worm’s ancient fossil burrows discovered | CBC News

Millions of years in the past, large predatory worms so long as an grownup human terrorized the ocean. The fearsome creatures hid underneath the ocean flooring, ready to grab unwitting prey with their slicing…