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Fishers need dialogue, not explanations

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Scientists don’t need to do a better job of explaining themselves to fishers — they need to do a better job of listening to them.

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The uses of science

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Just because you don’t trust science, doesn’t mean it doesn’t work

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Something is wrong in Canada

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Political interference in scientific research must not be tolerated.

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Getting science wrong, with dire consequences

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Researchers warn of the growing impact of political intervention on scientific research in Canada

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Luck and Rockets

in Breathing Space by

How the space industry attempts to appease the Fates

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Tuning into Nature

in Off The Grid in Newfoundland by

The path to sustainable civilization begins with the realization of an ancient Truth: we are Nature.

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A suspension of disbelief

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Space elevators are inching their way up in feasibility

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Inner Space

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Psychological factors in space mission simulations

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Robots in space

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Engineering our future friends

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Napping our way to Mars

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How sensible energy management today will slingshot us into space tomorrow

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The space between us

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Lessons from the 4th International Space Arts Workshop.

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A spacesuit to die for

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The form and function of astro fashion

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The weightlessness of being

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How the space industry is bringing microgravity down to earth

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A blurry, beautiful view

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Taking a closer look at our vision of (and in) space

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Big bang for the buck

in Acid & Base/Featured by

How much do we value knowledge, and must we measure it only in dollars?

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Gros Morne’s Old Lost Sea

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The extraordinary, ancient, oceanic landscape that made Gros Morne National Park a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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A view to a krill

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How curiosity about krill led to a fabulous tale about the blue whales off Newfoundland

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Rolling in the deep

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Though it caused terrible tragedy and destruction, the Grand Banks earthquake of 1929 revealed some extraordinary secrets of the sea.

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Rare earths and renewables

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One of the regions that could help break the monopoly on rare earths is this very province

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Earth, wind or fire?

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The problem of powering the province, Part 1, in which a banana turns nuclear, seals become biofuel, and a multinational oil company recommends wind power.

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