Spotlight on Canadian Science Podcasts

By Alex Chattwood, Communications, Education & Outreach co-editor We need your help to build the definitive list of independent Canadian science podcasts! Podcasts are an increasingly popular way to create and consume science content. Why are they taking off? I think it’s because science can really come alive through storytelling. To me, a podcast is […]

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CBC’s “Fault Lines”: A podcast that delivers what it promises?

By Kathi Unglert, Earth and Environmental Sciences Coeditor “Fault Lines” is a new podcast produced by the CBC and narrated by Vancouver seismologist Johanna Wagstaffe. Over five half-hour episodes, we learn about two earthquake scenarios likely to happen in BC, including their potential effects on us in the hours, days, and weeks after the shaking stops. Overall, […]

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Science Borealis Featured Blog: Musings of a Clumsy Palaeontologist

By Sri Ray-Chauduri and Kathi Unglert, Earth & Environmental Sciences Editors After our Science Borealis Reader Survey, we randomly selected four participating blogs to be profiled here on the Borealis Blog during 2016. This is the third of those featured posts.   Today we’re talking with Liz Martin-Silverstone, who runs one of our feature blogs, […]

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Summertime – and the science multimedia posts keep coming

By Raymond Nakamura and Lisa Willemse Multimedia subject editors Your Science Borealis multimedia editors are working hard on a virtual patio, sipping cyber cocktails, as we discuss summery science posts involving different media… Raymond: Summer is precious in Canada and combines so many memories of personal experience with a fundamentally scientific concept. I love how […]

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