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Your car might be trying to kill you by lulling you with sleep-inducing vibrations
Just 15 minutes after drivers get behind the wheel in a vibrating simulator, their alertness plunged dangerously low.
Is the future of farming inside this 40-foot shipping container?
A 12-metre shipping container that once sent goods overseas is now an urban farm on the Dartmouth waterfront that's feeding customers closer to home.
You're living in a new geologic age, the Meghalayan
It’s official — you’re living in a new age. It’s called the Meghalayan, and geologists say it's marked by a 'mega-drought' and the collapse of civilizations 4,200 years ago.
How new telescope technology captured this image of Neptune from down here on Earth
It's big, cold, blue and 4.3 billion kilometres away. But astronomers using new optics technology have taken an image of Neptune that is nearly as sharp as those taken from the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope.
Deep coral reefs not safe from impacts of pollution, climate change
From world's 2nd best to sidelined, MUN Hyperloop team gunning for a comeback
Why playing dead might save your life and other bear safety tips
As It Happens
Opening ancient Egyptian sarcophagus an 'amazing opportunity' — despite rumours of a curse
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100 Quebec black bears slaughtered as part of gallbladder-trafficking ring, officials say
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'We have to start getting used to it': Record-breaking temperatures heating up the globe
U.S. seeks changes that could weaken endangered species protection
Would you eat lab-grown fish? You might soon have that choice
Livestock with less methane: Scientists seek ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Astronomers spy nearby star that could be eating a planet