Elephants, and bats, and spiders—oh my! In our life of papers, projects, presentations, and exams, it’s sometimes easy to forget that outside the pages of...

From the Sega VR to the Oculus Rift, virtual reality has been a fascination for many scientists in the past, and some have recently...

On March 7, 2014 the president of the charitable organization Let's Talk Science, Bonnie Schmidt, gave a workshop at MUN. The main aim of the workshop...

  Group hosts monthly programming lectures and lobbies for better programming classes Code NL is a provincial non-profit that says computer programming is the new literacy—except...

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...

On March 5th, 170 students from across the country will travel to Memorial University to take part in the 2015 Canadian Engineering Competition (CEC)....

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...

According to an article in the journal Nature Geoscience, Mercury has been found to be contracting by 7 km in diameter over its lifetime....

Students looking to grow within their field of study have been granted a new opportunity. Memorial will roll out its University Student Summer Internship...

How music is helping a new generation of Alzheimer’s patients Picture this: you're driving to work on a cold winter morning and you're rapidly turning...