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  1. 4 in 10 Canadians think science is a matter of opinion, poll suggests

    09.20 / 19:28 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Technology
    Are scientific findings a matter of opinion? Forty-three per cent of Canadians say they agree that they are, accoprding to a new poll whose results are being described as…
  2. Scientists want to sail the seas of Titan

    09.20 / 19:28 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Technology
    Saturn's moon Titan has oceans made of methane. What would it be like to explore them, and how would we do it? CBC's Bob McDonald looks into the…
  3. Meet the newly discovered hermit crab that carries coral around

    09.20 / 18:23 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Technology
    Scientists have discovered a new species of hermit crab off the coast of Japan that roams the ocean floor with coral on its…
  4. Scientists edit embryos' genes to study early human development

    09.20 / 17:39 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Technology
    British scientists have used a genome editing tool to knock out a gene in embryos just a few days old, testing the technique's ability to decipher key gene functions in early human…
  5. U.K. pushes Google, Facebook to remove extremist content faster

    09.20 / 12:54 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Technology
    The leaders of the U.K., France and Italy will push social media companies on Wednesday to remove "terrorist content" from the internet within one to two hours of it appearing because they say that is the period when most material is…
  6. Frog ancestors devoured prey with thousands of hooked teeth

    09.20 / 12:14 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Technology
    Canadian researchers say they've found evidence that the ancient ancestors of modern-day frogs were once keen predators with thousands of teeth to help devour their…
  7. York University to house largest campus telescope in Canada

    09.14 / 17:26 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Technology
    Astronomy students at a Toronto university will have a new way to probe the cosmos. But that also means that the public will be able to peer deeper into…
  8. Farewell Cassini: How a spacecraft helped us expand the search for life

    09.14 / 09:13 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Technology
    NASA's Cassini spacecraft will plunge into Saturn's atmosphere, ending its 13-year mission. But it's done more than take pretty pictures; it's turned planetary science on its…