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Asteroids Crash Into Earth Over Twice as Often as 290 Million Years Ago
Scientists find that a surge in Earth impacts began during the Permian period, possibly because of disruptions in the asteroid belt.
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Watch Comedian Jim Jefferies Finally Shut Up Jordan Peterson
Meanwhile, when not getting schooled by a comedian, the free speech crusader launched a defamation lawsuit against Wilfrid Laurier University and three of its employees.
Electric Cars Make Excellent Autonomous Vehicles—So Why Are Most AVs Gas-Powered?
These engineering students are making an autonomous electric car.
Astronomers Can’t Explain Why This New Galaxy Has Hardly Any Dark Matter
Dark matter was thought to be the glue that holds galaxies together, so how did this galaxy end up with hardly any of it?
Why Campus Sex Assault Victims Launch Human Rights Complaints
U of T student Tamsyn Riddle is not alone in a cross-country fight seeking justice for mishandled investigations.
This Huge Telescope is Built Like A Halfpipe and Hunts for Dark Energy
Dark energy is driving the accelerating expansion of the universe. No one knows what it is.
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The TRAPPIST-1 Star System Is Alive With the Sound of Music
“The goal is try to convert as many things in space into music as possible.”
Uber’s AI Hub in Pittsburgh Gutted a University Lab—Now It’s in Toronto
Will Uber be a partner in Toronto?
A New AI Hub In Canada Is Welcoming the Scientists Trump Is Pushing Away
The Vector Institute will focus on AI research and commercialization.
This Map Will Show If Your Web Traffic Passes Through an NSA Listening Post
IXmaps wants to “make visible the secret, dangerous, often illegal forms of surveillance that are increasingly becoming part of everyday life.”
Student Refugees Explain What It's Like to Start a New Life in the West
We asked some refugees attending college in Canada about their experiences so far. No one complained about winter.
This Ice Cream Cone Shaped Creature Finally Has a Home on the Tree of Life
20-year-old Toronto undergrad Joe Moysiuk helped solve a paleontological mystery.