Memories of Science: An Experimental Zine

By Raymond Nakamura and Katrina Vera Wong, Multimedia Co-editors A zine is a vestigial, pre-internet medium that is re-emerging as part of a rise in self-publishing—think of a small-circulation miniature magazine. Zines’ tangible nature is part of their appeal, combined with the independent spirit of their creators and despite, or perhaps in response to, our […]

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The future of Canadian science is our students

By Alex Bond & Kasra Hassani Biology & Life Sciences subject editors (with thanks to Jay Fitzsimmons of The Canadian Field-Naturalist) It’s always exciting to hear about young, budding scientists and naturalists, like the group of schoolchildren in Devon, England who investigated how bees see colour. Closer to home, two young Canadian scientists recently published […]

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