Early on a Sunday morning in June, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Prof. Matthew Johnson and two Carleton graduate students hauled 700 pounds (more than 300 kilograms) of gear into the Ottawa International Airport.
You see a misshapen pepper, an undersized peach or an oddly coloured apple.
NOAA Ship Rainier field tested a new hydrographic survey platform this season.
Widespread species decline at the hands of humans is a powerful tale.
Excitement was brimming this week as MacKimmie Tower’s first occupants moved into their new work spaces.
Wild African elephants, known for their intelligence, show markedly different movements and reactions to the same risks and resources.
By analysing 138 experiments, researchers have mapped the potential of today’s plants and trees to store extra carbon by the end of the century.
The outer layer of the skin completely replaces itself every two to four weeks, but when this process is blocked, cancer can grow.
A School of Medicine scientist has identified key immunological changes in people who abruptly develop an allergic reaction to mammalian meat, such as beef.
For allergy sufferers, the pollination period is a tough time, whereas for plants it is the opportunity to reproduce: in addition to the wind, insects, in particular, carry the pollen from one flower to another to pollinate them.
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