Is there a dark side to the northern lights?

When we think about weather, we don't usually think about space. But space weather, which causes phenomena like the aurora, can have profound impacts on our daily lives. We talk to Eric Donovan, associate professor in our Department of Physics and Astronomy, about what's going on with the weather in space.

Can dinosaurs help us adapt to climate change?

As populations grow and technology advances faster and faster, it's more important than ever to learn from our past. We talk to Jessica Theodor, associate professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, about what fossils can teach us about the future.

Can sea monkeys take us to Mars?

Biomimicry is a design approach that takes inspiration from adaptations found in nature. We talk to Marjan Eggermont, senior instructor in our Schulich School of Engineering, about how Earthly creatures can help us overcome challenges in going to space.

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