A new sustainability agenda is emerging that looks at whether buildings, systems and human activity can actually improve the environment.
Two current campaigns in British Columbia are proving to be game-changers in the effort to defeat HIV/AIDS. They may point the way to end the world epidemic.
The Nereus program is a collaborative effort that makes predictions based on complex data, and uses 3D gaming technology to present a science-based view of how oceans may look.
New methods of breaking down plant cellulose mean advanced biofuels may be commercially viable by 2020.
It is clear that traditional scientific communication methods underpinned by global climate change models are not stimulating the action needed. Researchers are identifying ways that communication to foster social change can be improved.
By six months babies recognize frequent words. But language acquisition actually begins much earlier, even in the womb.
More than 12,000 people live along the Alaskan coast and have a long history of catching and eating fish. They catch nearly 1,000 metric tonnes of fish annually.