CBC: Technology & Science

Wednesday th 21st of November 2018

Harmless viral Facebook post is another reminder how easy it is to make online fakes - 07:50

Tuesday th 20th of November 2018

Wayward Chinatown otter making a meal of Sun Yat-Sen koi - 13:40

Dead whale found with 115 plastic cups, 2 flip-flops in its stomach - 09:30

Sensual fresco discovered in ancient Pompeii bedroom - 09:00

Get ready for another test of the wireless emergency alert system - 08:10

Biologists wonder how many seabirds are dead after Husky oil spill off N.L. - 08:10

The cost of learning: Research in Canada's North up to 25 times more expensive - 08:10

Monday th 19th of November 2018

Dying star could unleash powerful gamma-ray burst in our galaxy - 12:50

Volcano of Fire, already deadly this year, threatens Guatemalans again - 11:30

Offshore oil spill appears to be largest in Newfoundland history, effects still unknown - 10:10

'You're gonna lose your money': Air Canada online glitch leaves retiree on hook for flight he didn't book - 09:10

Where the heck is Dog Mountain? Smart phone maps can lead tourists astray - 09:10

Parks Canada spent $731,000 to kill 122 moose in Cape Breton park - 09:10

Zero-emission rules mean fewer electric car choices for most Canadians: Don Pittis - 09:10

Visitor numbers to National Parks decline after special free entry offer ends - 08:50

Sunday th 18th of November 2018

Townsite becomes 1st in Alberta to compost disposable diapers - 15:50

Royal Ontario Museum to return human remains and artifacts removed from burial mounds - 10:30

A new 'arms race': How the U.S. military is spending millions to fight fake images - 04:30

Saturday th 17th of November 2018

'It blows my mind': How B.C. destroys a key natural wildfire defence every year - 16:50

Space station supplies launched, 2nd shipment in 2 days - 05:30

Friday th 16th of November 2018

It's official — a kilogram isn't what it used to be - 08:20

Your smartphone is burning a lot of carbon - 04:30

Correction to climate change study highlights flaws in peer-review process - 04:30

Thursday th 15th of November 2018

Rare microbes lead scientists to discover new branch on the tree of life - 16:10

Japanese man pledges to have, hold and cherish hologram pop star Hatsune Miku - 13:20

Money for change: Sustainable investing hits the big time - 12:00

Feds, B.C. expand protected habitat for 40 species at risk in B.C.'s Darkwoods - 12:00

Why do houses burn but trees remain? Photos from California wildfires reveal lessons for B.C. - 12:00

Hundreds of noisy, smelly sea lions fill Cowichan Bay — to the delight of many - 11:00

Humans are having a huge influence on the evolution of species - 10:00

The federal government's carbon pricing plan will eliminate Alberta's hard-earned climate gains - 09:00

Most intense storm on the planet pounding Newfoundland and Labrador, say officials - 09:00

Northern California wildfire death toll hits 56 as searches intensify - 08:00

Hundreds of noisy, smelly sea lions fill Cowichan Bay — to the delight of many - 08:00

Depressed donkey now a happy hee-hawer thanks to new friendship with horse - 08:00

'I've never used a computer': Japan cybersecurity minister - 08:00

Wednesday th 14th of November 2018

Ontario museum plans 'Dawn of Life' gallery to tell story of earliest life on Earth - 17:10

After facing near extinction, mountain gorilla population grows - 13:30

NASA wants Canadian boots on the moon as first step in deep space exploration - 12:40

Tuesday th 13th of November 2018

Heat waves from climate change may zap male fertility for many species - 13:50

High-tech meets high-fashion: Ontario company may finally win eyewear technology race - 09:50

New weather station in Haines Pass starts broadcasting - 09:20

Why Toronto won by losing the bid for Amazon's new headquarters - 08:30

Distracted too often by your smartphone? This company thinks it can help - 04:30

Canada's key satellite system hit with another launch delay - 04:30

Climate change will heat up cities and rural areas differently - 04:30

Monday th 12th of November 2018

Only 411 North Atlantic right whales left, says new report - 17:50

10-year-old Montrealer finds spider never before seen in Quebec - 16:20

Wait! Don't toss that bread! Let's make beer - 14:20

'So many bears': Draft plan says Nunavut polar bear numbers unsafe - 13:20