By: Daria Draskovic In the 1960s, 61 human skeletons were excavated in the Nile Valley, and were long thought to be the casualties of the world’s earliest war. However, these skeletons, which are more than 13,000 years old, have helped to prove that the warfare was caused by climate change. According to NASA, “Climate change … More World’s Oldest War Caused by Climate Change
By: Sherry Yuan Team 5699 is made up of a group of passionate and diverse people, students have career goals that are not related to robotics, some want to pursue art, some want to pursue medical science. You might think joining robotics team needs a lot of knowledge. However, you don’t. What matters is passion, … More RoboSapiens 5699 York University & Western University Event
An Inside Look at the FHCI Robo Sapiens | “Everything was going decently until our robot smashed into one of the field elements, ripping the entire intake mechanism off of the robot.” … More The Autonomous Hour
By Linda Cako Kymriah is the first CAR-T cell therapy to be approved by the FDA. It was approved on August 30, 2017, and has been making waves since. The reason why is because up until now, doctors needed a more personalized treatment for leukaemia. Leukemia is the most common childhood cancer, making up … More FDA Approves First Commercial CAR-T Cell Therapy
By Linda Cako Climate Change has never been good news. Science has always provided the evidence for the global impact and consequences stating that we would experience more extreme weather, see an unprecedented rate of extinction, and have more toxic levels of smog. Within the past few months alone we had seen some of the … More Save the Little Blue Planet
By Ethan Blumberg I have always asked myself why the Canadian and American governments annually spend enormous amounts of money on their respective space programs and different international space initiatives. The scale of the spending has led to a constant debate in both Canada and the United States for many years. While I do understand the … More The Mystery In Space Programs
Should we fear a society where humans are cyborgs? … More The Beginning of Real-Life Cyborgs
By Abi Parameswaran Why do scientists want to revive the Woolly Mammoth? This is not a commonly asked question in people’s day to day lives since many do not have the time to question these new found scientific experiments. However, it is important to be informed on all the different aspects of our society including these … More Rise Of The Dead: Woolly Mammoth Revival
CRISPR is exciting, but also simultaneously frightening. … More 5 Reasons Why CRISPR is Beyond Exciting
It is remarkable how one man alone could be so connected to the universe that his predictions and hypotheses could prove to be true even though they came from his intuition. … More Einstein’s Brilliance in the Discovery of Gravitational Waves
By Josh Blatt Why was technology made in the first place? This is a question that people should be asking themselves far more frequently, as it outlines many of the problems that exist with its use in modern society. Technology was first made to make people’s lives easier. For example, farms used to require several … More The Dark Side of Technology
Only people who took Grade 9 and 10 science should be able to get 100% on this quiz. … More Do You Really Know The Periodic Table?
By Rachel L If you’re anything like me, organic chemistry is difficult. Those who study it have alkynes of trouble.
Note: This is just a fun quiz and is not meant to be used as study material
Here is a blurb from the student leaders of Science Club: The Science Club offers students amazing opportunities to participate in numerous scientific experiments and discussions that will further enhance their understanding of the world of science. The club gives passionate students a chance to extend their knowledge about science and to look deeper into … More Science Club