Researchers at the University of Alberta have designed atomic-scale versions of the binary logic components that allow computer processors to perform complex operations.
A new study of modern sea sponges is beginning to tell us how early life forms such as sea sponges found ways to survive in extreme environments prior to the evolution of modern life and the oxygenation of Earth’s oceans between a billion and 541 million years ago.
Deep-sea corals have some things in common with trees.
A new study published by Science this week, led by WHRC’s Phil Duffy, has found that scientific evidence supporting the EPA’s 2009 Endangerment Finding for greenhouse gases is even stronger and more conclusive now.
Organically farmed food has a bigger climate impact than conventionally farmed food, due to the greater areas of land required.
Population data for European mountain birds have been for the first time combined in a recent study, with worrying results: the abundances of mountain-specialist birds has declined by as much as 10% in the 2000s.
Global water supplies are shrinking, even as rainfall is rising, because of drying soils due to climate change.
Examination of popular meals in full service and fast food restaurants in five countries reveals large number of highly caloric options, possible contributor to global obesity.
The average Canadian family can expect to spend $411 more on food in 2019, bringing their total yearly grocery bill to $12,157 thanks to more expensive fruit and vegetables, according to Canada’s Food Price Report.
The Canadian agri-food system is one of our best-kept secrets.
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