CBC: Technology & Science

Wednesday th 22nd of July 2020

Powerful 7.8 earthquake hits Alaska isles; tsunami threat over - 06:01

Pushback against sexual harassment in the gaming industry grows with high-profile resignations - 06:01

Tuesday th 21st of July 2020

Committee says Commons should prepare for remote voting this fall - 13:01

Recently active volcanic structures found on Venus - 08:00

New study sheds light on why cats can get COVID-19, but dogs can't - 06:40

Ancient hoes found in southwestern Manitoba could reveal more about Indigenous farmers, archeologist says - 06:10

Monday th 20th of July 2020

'Grim work': Climate-change clock ticking on world's polar bears - 14:53

Sneaky foxes stealing sneakers in Borden-Carleton, town trying to get them back - 06:50

TikTok under scrutiny in Australia over security, data concerns - 06:50

As courts usher in technology, some clients being left behind, lawyers say - 06:50

Couple battling municipality over 'nuisance' wildflower garden - 06:50

Ontario launches intellectual property action plan to keep ideas, innovations in province - 06:20

From drinking helmets to automation, how we might reopen the economy despite COVID-19: Don Pittis - 05:51

UAE's Amal spacecraft rockets toward Mars in Arab world 1st - 05:51

Saturday th 18th of July 2020

How old are we? Debate over the age of the universe just got a bit more complicated - 03:30

Friday th 17th of July 2020

New species of 'fish lizard,' a reptile dating back to the dinosaurs, discovered by McGill student - 14:50

Netflix adds 10 million new subscribers in 3 months but warns new sign-ups will slow - 08:21

Hummingbirds can count to find favourite flowers, even with brains 7,000 times smaller than humans - 07:00

Scientists discover new species of sponge on deep-sea reefs off B.C.'s coast - 07:00

Fishermen in B.C. catch a barracuda far from home - 07:00

How a Thunder Bay cellphone drive launched a movement to make digital access a human right - 06:30

Caulfield brothers fight COVID-19 misinformation with art and science - 06:30

Teazer is here! 295-kg shark being tracked off eastern P.E.I. - 06:30

Twitter says about 130 accounts were targeted in cyberattack this week - 06:00

Does a Plastic Free July seem crazy right now? Maybe not - 06:00

Thursday th 16th of July 2020

Russian group targeted COVID-19 vaccine research in Canada, U.S. and U.K., say intelligence agencies - 17:01

Want to start your own Jurassic Park? Over 70 animatronic dinosaurs are going up for auction in B.C. - 11:11

Twitter breach troubling, undermines trust, experts say - 09:00

Climate change makes freak Siberian heat 600 times likelier, study says - 09:00

Wednesday th 15th of July 2020

Biden, Obama, tech moguls' Twitter accounts hacked in apparent bitcoin scam - 18:00

Huawei doesn't need the West to become major player in 5G, says security expert - 14:05

Seeing nature through Indigenous 'lens' might improve environmental decision-making - 13:40

Ethiopia begins filling Nile dam in a move likely to anger Egypt, Sudan - 11:00

Wolf culls will not save endangered caribou in Western Canada, new study finds - 10:00

B.C. RCMP officer suspended over racially offensive content posted on Facebook - 06:30

Parks Canada staff forced to euthanize two wolves in one week - 06:30

Tuesday th 14th of July 2020

This bird can fly 160 kilometres without flapping its wings - 08:10

Peregrine falcons entertaining visitors at Hopewell Rocks - 07:00

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney accuses feds of getting in the way of fixing contact tracing app - 06:00

Monday th 13th of July 2020

Canada's UNESCO natural wonders - 07:30

As permafrost thaws under intense heat, Russia's Siberia burns — again - 07:30

Scientist ankle-deep in bog water to better understand unique wetland - 07:30

Black bear rescuer urges people to put bird feeders away after 3 cubs orphaned - 07:30

China reports 141 dead or missing in flooding since June - 07:30

Mars is about to be invaded by robots from planet Earth - 07:30

Science World rallies power of young Dr. Bonnie Henry as it faces a $13M loss due to COVID-19 - 06:30

Oldest Canadian Coast Guard ship to return to service after lengthy refit - 06:30

Child sex exploitation is on the rise in Canada during the pandemic - 06:00

Sunday th 12th of July 2020

Researchers listen to birds for answers why their numbers are so low - 09:30

Saturday th 11th of July 2020

Ubisoft Canada CEO resigns amid harassment claims made against several employees - 19:50