January marks the beginning of the cold, harsh winter months in Newfoundland and Labrador. Winter brings clouds, snow, wind, and lots of time indoors....

On December 15, 2015 the British Columbia Oil and Gas Commission confirmed that a 4.6-magnitude earthquake in British Columbia was caused by fracking. Fracking...

On December 30, NASA published a photo of two galaxies colliding into one. The image captured on the Hubble Telescope’s Wide Field Planetary Camera...

In 1845, while digging a well on his Prince Edward Island property, a farmer came across the fossilized jaw of a creature, which had...

Liberal government repeals controversial policy that censored government scientists The new Liberal government is receiving well-deserved praise for repealing several Conservative policies, which many...

Steeped in stigma and discrimination since its first diagnosis in the early 1980s, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), and subsequently Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), continues...

Coffee—every university student’s best friend. It’s there to help you stay awake until 2:00 am when you forgot to study in advance, it comforts...

Events teach science students how to effectively network and find hidden job opportunities. The Faculty of Science is conducting two Science Career Talks this...

Yes, you too ladies. In the spirit of this face-fuzz fostering month, thousands of men throughout the Memorial University community take it upon themselves to...

On battery recycling and important little impacts Climate change, species extinction, diminishing fossil fuel reserves, drought, carbon emissions, and ocean microplastics: it’s an extensive loss....