Democritus and the First Atomic Theory

It’s interesting how as humans we seem to need to find verification of our ideas by dating them back as far as we possibly can. It seems that as years … [Read more...]

Rising Sea Levels and the Risk

With the super moon this past week, tides rose to record heights in coastal areas and left the City of Miami Beach under inches of water –  enough so … [Read more...]

Politics of Science: Climate Change

Despite our understanding of science as objective and evidence based, it is possible to use scientific facts in a subjective manner to support … [Read more...]

The Kigali Amendment: An Important Step

Increasing amounts of pollution in our atmosphere are the cause of many different environmental problems. As a society, we have finally begun to focus … [Read more...]

Suspicious Steve: FSL Crime Investigation

By: Elena Frie, Rebecca Baron and Jason Jin   Vancouver’s very popular Playstate struck tragedy on September 26 when the Cyclotrone roller … [Read more...]

Deep Understanding from Simple Ideas: Ocean Acidification

In science, simple concepts can be used to make earth-changing discoveries.   pH is a simple scientific concept that allows measurement of … [Read more...]