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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...

There’s good news for those who have hereditary diseases—and in Newfoundland, those chances are higher than average. On May 1, MUN officially opened the...

Naturopathic medicine has become very popular in North America over the past few years. One of the most widely used natural remedies is acupuncture....

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...

Information Technology Services at Memorial University (MUNITS) says that the University is planning to pursue a university-wide MATLAB license for students on campus. MATLAB...

A quick glance at the current YikYak feed for Memorial reveals a number of posts that many students would be familiar with. Whether it’s...

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...

“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...

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,”...

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...