Have you ever wondered what makes cakes and cookies smell so good? Spices and flavourings like cinnamon, almond extract, and vanilla are considered “aromatics”. They add lovely smells and flavours to baking.
Here, Christine Song, environmental scientist and Virtual Outreach Coordinator and STEM Communicator at CAGIS, explains why prehensile tails are special.
Discover why the pupil is black in this edition of Quick Question.
Spring and summers offer us warm temperatures and the ideal time to look up and enjoy the night sky! While stargazing in itself is fun, technology has made it easy and accessible for many to capture the night sky with astrophotography.
By CAGIS Interested in doing some stargazing? Here’s what you might be able to see in the night sky in November and December. November Meteor shower: Meteoroids are space rocks. If they enter the Earth’s atmosphere, they create a brief streak of light in the sky, called a meteor. Most meteoroids burn up in the atmosphere […]
Bhavishyaa Vignesh loves coding A LOT. Now she wants to teach other kids to code, too!
Welcome to Quick Question, where STEM experts answer your questions! In this edition, Dr. Gerry Gourlay answers if there are male and female trees.
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Here, Dr. Ruth Musgrave, who is an assistant professor of oceanography at Dalhousie University in Halifax, talks about where ocean waves come from.