From seed to sapling

Katrina Wong and Robert Gooding-Townsend, Science in Society co-editors In the forests of British Columbia, waves upon waves of trees extend through the mist. But beyond the mountain lies a clearing — a land peppered with tiny saplings, like newborn phoenixes rising out of the battered forest floor. Yet a gritty reality underlies this mythical […]

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Science on set: science consultants in Hollywood North

By Betty Zou, General Sciences Co-Editor Have you ever watched The Amazing Spiderman and wondered about the physics of a man climbing vertically up a wall? Or maybe you’ve been curious about the chemistry behind homemade crystal methamphetamine as seen on Breaking Bad? Those are the types of questions that occupy the minds of science […]

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