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On the Borealis Blog

Canadian climate science 
Are we doing enough to get a handle on what's going to happen to Canada's climate in 30 years?
How to look at SciArt
Our Multimedia co-editors offer a crash course in scientific art appreciation.
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What we're reading

Some of our recent favourites. For the full firehose, follow #FromTheFeed

Elegy for the ash
If an ash tree falls in the forest, scarcely anyone hears it anymore. Marian MacNair wants to change that.
[Marian MacNair | le beagle]

How not to help kids with the ‘stomach flu’
Despite their popularity, probiotics don't do anything to help children with gastroenteritis
[Barry O’Sullivan | Research 2 Reality]

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Miscellany


That famous black hole photo inspired posts from Paula Johanson and Jeremy Cote.

Wanna listen to a podcast episode about Megalodon? Yeah, you do.

#SciArt — Ele Willoughby offers a new look at Schroedinger’s Cat, Louis Pasteur’s bacteria and everything in between.

Can scientific journal articles have a distinctive voice? Should they?

A letter to Joe Rogan about stem cells.

 

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Raymond's Brain
Inspired by: How Canadian astronomy made the black hole photo possible (CBC/Bob McDonald | April 12, 2019)
News and Announcements

Updates for our members and bloggers

Pint of Science
In Guelph? Check out Pint of Science, taking place May 21–23.

Heart & Head — SMCC 2019 Annual Conference

The 2019 Science Writers and Communicators of Canada annual conference takes place May 23-25 in Winnipeg. The theme of this year’s conference is Heart & Head, with explorations into Indigenous knowledge, the health of our waters and the North.

Registration is open now and you don't have to be a SWCC member to attend. Check it out!

Volunteer positions at Science Borealis
Want to be a #SciBorVolunteer? The following positions are available:

Check the links for job descriptions or email volunteer@scienceborealis.ca

Welcomes and Farewells
Our newest syndicated blog is the STEM Education blog from Ajax Scientific Ltd., written by Ed D'Souza. Check it out!

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Newsletter Editor: Tyler Irving. Feedback? newsletter@scienceborealis.ca
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