CBC: Technology & Science

Thursday th 16th of April 2020

Malcolm Gladwell has no doubt science will lead us out of pandemic, but worries about 'the human part' - 16:10

Massive replant of B.C.'s fire-ravaged forests threatened by fears of spreading COVID-19 - 11:30

Keeping a distance: How safe are running and cycling amid COVID-19 measures? - 10:30

Pentagon $10B US cloud contract that snubbed Amazon was legal: watchdog - 08:06

Wednesday th 15th of April 2020

Scientists spot biggest supernova ever detected - 07:10

Entangled humpback whale found dead on remote B.C. island - 06:40

SNOLAB team helping to develop ventilators that can be built anywhere in the world with off-the-shelf parts - 06:40

Canadians value science, medical advice over economic factors in COVID-19 response: York U study - 06:40

Federal government open to new law to fight pandemic misinformation - 06:10

Tuesday th 14th of April 2020

Fires near Chornobyl nuclear plant have been put out, Ukraine officials say - 19:00

Scientists can record teeny-tiny earthquakes, thanks to lockdown quiet - 08:30

Travel to far-off places and far back in time through VR - 07:40

Apollo 13 was a near-disaster that became a triumph — now you can experience it in real time - 07:40

B.C.'s tiger kings are long gone, but concerns about animal welfare linger - 07:10

COVID-19 delays research into connection between climate change, redfish boom - 06:20

Grey whale research halted due to COVID-19 concerns - 06:20

Hundreds of dead seals washing ashore in Nova Scotia - 06:20

McMaster University racing to create home-based COVID-19 test - 06:20

Teksavvy asks CRTC to push for lower internet rates amid COVID-19 crunch - 06:20

Sick vampire bats isolate from friends but continue to care for family - 06:20

Scientists warned not to handle bats to prevent passing COVID-19 to millions of North American flying mammals - 06:20

Ransomware attacks lock 2 Manitoba law firms out of computer systems - 05:50

Monday th 13th of April 2020

Fire raging near Ukraine's Chornobyl poses radiation risk, activists warn - 15:40

Saturday th 11th of April 2020

Biodiversity loss and wildlife trade are making pandemics like COVID-19 more likely, experts say - 03:20

Friday th 10th of April 2020

Apple, Google to harness phones for COVID-19 infection tracking - 16:20

Poor planning for COVID-19 rings economic warning bell for climate: Don Pittis - 03:21

Thursday th 9th of April 2020

Are physical distancing measures giving bikes a new lease on life? - 16:10

Atomic bomb tests help reveal age of world's biggest fish - 06:50

Wednesday th 8th of April 2020

Supermoon brightens night skies around the world - 15:00

Giant pandas finally mate after park closed due to coronavirus - 11:50

Zoom sued for overstating, not disclosing privacy, security flaws - 07:30

Toronto Zoo taking precautions with big cats after tiger in N.Y. gets COVID-19 - 06:30

Tuesday th 7th of April 2020

Taiwan joins Canada in banning Zoom for government video conferencing - 08:10

Fossil teeth yield oldest genetic material from extinct human species - 07:40

Boeing will redo botched test for Starliner crew capsule - 07:10

'Uncharted times': Planning for wildfire season amid the COVID-19 pandemic - 06:10

How one library's 3D printer is helping doctors prepare for COVID-19 patients - 06:10

Global lockdowns might reduce CO2 emissions, but won't halt climate crisis, scientists say - 03:20

Monday th 6th of April 2020

A pandemic side-effect: Weather forecasts may become less accurate - 21:30

A pandemic side-effect: Weather forecasts may become increasingly inaccurate - 09:10

Escape from Isolation by Exploring Space From Home - 07:50

Ukraine battles forest fire near Chornobyl amid elevated radiation levels - 07:20

Coronavirus has forced Albertans online but rural communities are feeling left behind - 06:51

'Elk poop on every sidewalk': Animals take over main street, a sign of Banff's 'decimated' economy - 06:30

Sunday th 5th of April 2020

Tiger in New York City zoo tests positive for coronavirus - 19:30

South Korean online trend helps GTA students recreate group study while physically distancing - 11:40

Saturday th 4th of April 2020

Should you use a reusable shopping bag? Government, stores have different answers - 07:00

Friday th 3rd of April 2020

Google data shines light on whether coronavirus lockdowns worldwide are working - 08:40

'People will make a sacrifice for the common good': How the fight against COVID-19 could extend to climate - 05:50

'Zoom-bombing' attacks on video conferencing platform leave victims shaken - 05:50