#DailyGRRR! host Rachel Avery speaks with Stephane McLachlan, the lead researcher of a study released this week about the health and ecosystem impacts of the tar sands in Fort Chipewyan.
Facebook is Lucy, and we the users are Charlie Brown. How many times are we going to fall for that old trick with the football?
The F Word
Carissa Ropponen explores bisexual mental health. She interviews Dr. Margaret Robinson and Jenna MacKay, researchers from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.
The Conservative government plans to close seven of the 11 fisheries science libraries by 2015. Researchers says that it’s not clear how much valuable research will be lost in the process.
On September 16, thousands of scientists participated in rallies, voicing their concerns about what they see as threats to science in the public interest.
This project will help us to produce essential research and analysis of the barriers to achieving gender equality and the public policy solutions that will create a more inclusive Canada.
The Highlander Center for Research and Education was founded in New Market, Tennessee in 1932. Peter Driftmier toured the centre recently and prepared this report.
New developments in the repression of Canadian science came to light in February. 'Chilling' is the word that has been used in media reports, and 'chilling' it is.
The Conservative government has cut funding to scientific research institutions and programs. At the same time, it is trying to prevent the flow of information about science into the public sphere.
Two authors of a report commissioned by the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario have accused that organization of academic misconduct based on edits made to the report they wrote.