As province reels from oil decline Nalcor’s exploration efforts to be celebrated in London It was announced this month that Nalcor Energy – Oil and...

“Soooo, what’s been going on with that new science building?”, you ask. Well, if you’ve been reading the Muse regularly, you might have noticed...

Long-time Science & Tech readers may recognize this article premise from a piece I wrote last year for International Women’s Day. Well, here at...

In the first issue of this volume of the Muse, I wrote an article on the discovery of Proxima b, a rocky, earth-like planet...

When discussing fringe scientific topics, people often use the term “pseudoscience” to describe something that doesn't quite meets the high standards of scientific proof....

A new report was released this week in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism detailing the results of a large-scale, global study of...

This year’s Nobel laureates have been announced! For those who don’t know, the Nobel Prize is named for Swedish inventor Alfred Nobel, who became...

A year ago I wrote an article on the new Liberal government reversing the previous conservative government’s ban on Canadian scientists talking to the...

Homeopathy is a system of “alternative medicine” (i.e. not medicine) developed in 1796 by Samuel Hahnemann, based on the doctrine of “similia similibus curentur,”...

It seems that along with being the hottest year on record, 2016 will also set another ominous record. The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric...