Canadian Researchers Are Stoked About Access to Legal Weed
Legal cannabis means more people will be able to access science-based information instead of relying on anecdotes from their local dealer.
Do You Really Need Netflix?
It's easy to overdo it with streaming services and one-off Amazon downloads.
Should You Trust a Chatbot to Do Your Taxes?
People are becoming more comfortable getting financial information online, but are they ready for AI CPAs?
The Astronomer Who Is Building the Largest Map of Space by Volume
Mark Halpern and his team are in a race against time to study dark energy's role in the expansion of our universe.
The Comics Writer Who Wants More Authentic Female Muslim Superheroes
Comics scholar Safiyya Hosein explores how superheroes like Dust and Ms. Marvel can both perpetuate and subvert stereotypes.
These Greenhouse Designers Are Bringing Fresh Food to Arctic Communities
Stefany Nieto and Ben Canning are providing affordable, healthy food to remote communities, and involving locals in the process.
The Activist Helping Abuse Survivors Tell Their Stories Through Comics
Krittika Ghosh helps immigrant women share their perspectives and energize their communities.
This Game Developer Wants to Create Space for Indigenous Stories
Elizabeth LaPensée created Thunderbird Strike to protest pipeline construction on Indigenous land.
Google Wants to Build the ‘City of the Future’ in Toronto, and Locals Are Worried
Affordable housing activists were out at a town hall to make themselves heard.
Dungeons & Dragons
This Guy Is Living His Best Life as a Professional D&D Dungeon Master
'Stranger Things has brought me a lot of customers.'
fossil fuel industry
Oil Lobbyists: Thunderbird Strike Video Game 'Promotes Ecoterrorism'
The award-winning game features an Indigenous thunderbird that destroys pipelines and restores the environment.
Harvard Made a RoboBee That Can Fly Out of Water
Watch this autonomous flying microbot with bee-like wings.