CBC: Technology & Science

Wednesday th 19th of February 2020

Cleanup of Cameron Hills project hangs in balance as Strategic Oil and Gas in receivership - 08:10

Astronomers look to preserve the night sky as thousands of satellites set to launch - 04:30

Tuesday th 18th of February 2020

Babies frequently exposed to cleaning products at higher risk of asthma: study - 15:50

Officials warn U.K. 'not out of the woods yet' as more flood warnings issued - 15:20

U.K. issues severe flood alerts as storm-swollen rivers surge - 13:50

Elections Canada reports no serious cyberthreats to last fall's federal election - 11:42

Apple warns coronavirus in China will cut iPhone production, sales - 08:20

CRTC hearings could open door to mobile disrupters — and possibly cheaper cellphone rates - 04:30

How Canada can turn climate change outrage into an e-vehicle opportunity - 04:30

What Canada can learn from this Michigan city's use of doorbell cameras to catch criminals - 04:30

Monday th 17th of February 2020

Jeff Bezos to spend $10B of his money fighting climate change - 16:10

Astronauts' cravings about to be satisfied with supply run of cheeses, fresh fruit and candies - 13:10

Arrokoth reveals how the solar system's building blocks were built - 04:30

Sunday th 16th of February 2020

What Russia's $300B investment in Arctic oil and gas means for Canada - 11:31

'A great way to wear your activism': Apps are powering a fashion resale revolution - 04:20

Saturday th 15th of February 2020

New photo of a star that people hope will explode shows it fading and changing shape - 04:30

Friday th 14th of February 2020

Black box analysis results from Iranian air crash likely to be 'anticlimactic,' says expert - 16:20

Trains vs. pipelines: 2 Sask. crashes respark debate over risks of moving oil - 10:40

Burning biomass in N.S. will speed up the climate crisis, warns MIT prof - 08:40

Telus plans rollout of 5G network using Huawei technology - 08:10

California aquarium successfully hatches rare sea dragons - 08:10

'That's a very rare sight': Driver spots family of lynx crossing Manitoba highway - 08:10

How to give an environmentally friendly afterlife to your Valentine's Day bouquet - 08:10

Elk are passing disease to cattle and it could infect humans too - 08:10

Personal information belonging to 144,000 Canadians breached by federal departments and agencies - 08:10

How produce stickers contribute to climate change - 08:10

Astronomers want you to help them count the stars this Valentine's Day - 04:01

Thursday th 13th of February 2020

New U.S. charges claim Huawei stole trade secrets, did business in North Korea - 15:40

Toronto police officers used controversial Clearview AI technology - 14:10

Robots helping to fight coronavirus in Nanjing City, China - 12:20

Otters spotted in southern Alberta city for first time in about a century - 09:10

Federal government provides millions to companies working on ways to cut plastic waste - 09:10

Paid to play: How some Ottawa gamers are making a living doing what they love - 09:10

'Tangled ball of issues': Why geoengineering our climate raises serious ethical, scientific challenges - 04:00

Wednesday th 12th of February 2020

Fossils of 'car-sized' turtle found in South America - 16:40

Canada could be a huge climate change winner when it comes to farmland - 15:40

'First time we've heard of this': Wide fissure opens on Arctic sea ice - 11:40

Clearing the air on Teck Frontier: Here are the expected benefits — and harms — of the oilsands project - 09:40

Sask. company working on artificial intelligence to help province sort out the trash - 08:14

Wood bison returning to Northern Alberta First Nation for first time in more than 100 years - 08:14

Tuesday th 11th of February 2020

Massive rainfall amounts could soon extinguish many of Australia's wildfires - 10:20

Saguenay couple finds live frog in green pepper - 08:30

Just how big are Alberta's oilsands emissions? That depends which government you ask - 08:30

Bison turn up bones of their ancestors, old wallowing spots in return to Banff 140 years later - 08:30

Invasive green crab at Keji seaside could soon become biodegradable plastic - 08:30

How Canadian farmers can go from climate change polluters to a key part of the solution - 08:30

Are Conservatives offering a new approach to climate policy, or more of the same? - 08:00

Monday th 10th of February 2020

UN warns of potential 'catastrophe' for Africa if locust outbreak not contained - 15:50

Cybersecurity firm says criminals are preying on coronavirus fears to spread malware - 15:20

Can we get astronauts to Mars sane and healthy? - 14:00