«Science» column

Astronauts and Chris Hadfield

October 28th, 2013; By Susan Huebert

Retirement is a good time for people for look back at what they have done over their lives and in their work. Some people’s careers never go beyond their own […]

Renewable Energy – A Trade for the Future

October 24th, 2013; By Kimberly Moreau

Are you seeking a future-centric career? Looking to make a difference in the world? Want to join an industry destined to flourish significantly within your lifetime? With a growing awareness […]

Report shows action on climate change is critical

October 17th, 2013; By David Suzuki Foundation

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change just released the first of four chapters of its Fifth Assessment Report. It shows scientists are more certain now than in 2007 when the […]

Incinerating Trash is a Waste of Resources

September 22nd, 2013; By David Suzuki Foundation

Many urban areas have built or are considering building waste-incineration facilities to generate energy. At first glance, it seems like a win-win. You get rid of “garbage” and acquire a […]

Carbon Scrubbers to Clean Up Emissions

August 24th, 2013; By Steven Greenwood

Research into methods of reducing carbon emissions is a continually advancing field, and a team of researchers developed an improved way to remove emissions directly from sources like smokestacks. The […]

Green Cleaning

August 24th, 2013; By Julia Shaw

Whether you live at home, or at campus, cleaning is an unavoidable part of the daily routine. Have you ever read the list of ingredients in store bought cleaning products? […]

Fall Foliage

August 23rd, 2013; By Jamie Hadland

There are many signs that fall has arrived; the start of school, colder-shorter days, and the first frost on car windshields. These signs are dreaded by students and adults alike, […]