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Dinos soar at ROM

You can’t go wrong with dinosaurs. This, at least, is what the Royal Ontario Museum is hoping as they prepare […]

17 March, 2005
Should we really send a manned mission to Mars?

It has been almost a year since the Columbia Space Shuttle broke up as it re-entered Earth’s atmosphere, killing all […]

29 January, 2004
Blackouts suck–let’s try to prevent them

Now that the blackout is fading from immediate memory, it’s a good time to take a step back and evaluate […]

2 September, 2003
Hockey makes science fun, says physicist

Playoff season is almost here again, and the physics department is celebrating. Alain Haché, a physics professor in New Brunswick […]

3 April, 2003
Science is fun! Grade five students look at one of the models at the Ontario Science Centre’s new exhibit: K’NexTECH.

The exhibit, which opens Feb. 1, features models of Ferris wheels, roller coasters, and all kinds of weird and wonderful […]

30 January, 2003
Animals you wouldn’t want to meet

The Funnel-web spiderThis revolting creature lives only in Australia, and grows to be about 4 centimetres long. The males live […]

12 November, 2002
Candy Unwrapped is tasty, but light on science

In what can only be seen as a desperate attempt to increase attendance, the Ontario Science Centre recently unveiled its […]

21 October, 2002
Mission to Mars

If you’re thinking of doing some exo-planetary travelling this year, most scientists agree that Mars is your best bet. At […]

24 September, 2002
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Caroline D’Angelo