Could Carbon Dioxide Be the Solution to Climate Change?

Greenhouse gas could be harvested from the atmosphere and recycled into renewable fuel, says researcher

From Lab to Livelihood

Science graduate students learn how to turn cutting-edge research into viable businesses

The World’s Worst Greenhouse Gas

Widely used industrial chemical has 7,100 times the potential climate impact of carbon dioxide

Illustration by Isabel Foo

Power Plants

A blueprint for an “artificial leaf” could lead to solar cells that generate a lot more power

Seeing Into the “Soul” of Cells

A technology developed at U of T to analyze cells could lead to earlier disease diagnoses and more targeted treatments

Photo by Murat Seyit/istockphoto

Detecting Cancer

A new technique using light and metal nanoparticles could help save lives

Photo Courtesy of NASA, NASAIMAGES.org

Life on Mars?

Scientists are trying to determine if methane in the Martian atmosphere came from living organisms

Neena Kanwar

Risky Business

U of T science students are learning how to turn their high-tech ideas into products the world wants

Darren Anderson

Thinking Small

Darren Anderson wants his nanotech company, Vive Nano, to become one of the next global chemical giants

Rock Star

Chemist André Arsenault finds an intriguing use for artificial opals

A Bad Wrap

Food packaging is a potential source of chemicals in the bloodstream

Little Wonders

Technology’s next big thing may be very, very small

Banned Chemical Travels Far

Suspected carcinogen followed atmospheric and water flows across three oceans

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