THE population of Earth could be too big to feed itself by 2050, according to scientists.
The birds are small, and so are their backpacks — but they could deliver a big boost of information to help save a species that's on the decline in Manitoba.
SCIENTIFIC researchers in Britain are "being pushed" to collaborate with non-European Union countries following Brexit, in a move that could damage academic relations between the UK and Europe, experts have warned.
Two new food research labs at the University of Guelph are studying in depth how food consumers see products, make decisions and shop. CBC K-W food columnist Andrew Coppolino speaks with associate professor Michael von Massow about how the findings may influence the industry.
Technicians are working round the clock to restore Britain's crippled hospital network, and nations are securing computers that run factories, banks, government agencies and transport systems after a global cyberattack. A cybersecurity expert urges vigilance, saying the same thing could be done to crucial infrastructure.
NASA’s new megarocket will launch without any astronauts on its first test flight, the space agency has confirmed.