How the world will end per religion

There are many views on the subject of the world’s eventual end. While there are those who believe that the Earth will continue to exist infinitely, most people agree that there will... Read more »

Canada’s New Radio Telescope Starts Mapping The Universe

The largest radio telescope in the country, CHIME, was inaugurated near Kaleden, British Columbia. Its goal is to better understand three boundaries of current astronomy: the history of the Universe, the nature... Read more »

Restrictions on Water Consumption On Vancouver Island

As part of the upgrading of the drinking water plant (UPEP), the City of Campbell River is asking the residents throughout the region to respect certain restrictions this fall and this winter.... Read more »

A $40,000 Fine For Using Plastic Bags in Kenya

Kenyans producing, selling or even using plastic bags are facing up to four years in prison or a fine of US $40,000, giving the country the toughest laws to reduce plastic-related pollution... Read more »

Better Diagnosis of Schizophrenia with Artificial Intelligence

IBM scientists published a study in collaboration with the University of Alberta on the use of artificial intelligence and algorithms to better detect cases of schizophrenia, a rare disease still diagnosed from... Read more »

It turns out that the artificial breast implants can save lives

Artificial breast implants can protect women life shootings case, according to a new study, published in the scientific journal ” Journal of Forensic Sciences .” The study says that breast implants, which... Read more »

Anti-G20 demonstrations: police want reinforcements

On Friday, police in Hamburg Germany requested reinforcements to face the many anti-G20 demonstrations in the city, which prevented the wife of the US president from leaving her hotel. “The [reinforcement] request... Read more »

Biggest ever study notes: “Bees dying from pesticides”

A new study into the use of neonicotinoid pesticides that the controversial pesticides are dangerous to bees. The researchers found that honey bees were exposed to the chemicals are less likely to... Read more »

Canadian Created Shirt Monitors Breathing Rates

MONTREAL – Researchers at Université Laval’s Center for Optics, Photonics and Laser (COPL) have created an intelligent garment that allows the user to measure the respiratory rate of the wearer remotely and... Read more »