Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada is putting in $1.9 million for Lakehead University scientists to conduct studies related to forestry, mining and the consequences of environmental change.
To be funded by a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant, the MTSU professors along with the undergraduates are beginning a research on Monday with environmental theme. It will also consider the disciplines of earth science, chemistry and biology.
Vancouver Aquarium's latest concerns are for the population of the endangered frogs, which the scientists at the facility have started breeding now.
A Canadian team of researchers have successfully discovered bacteria that can live and grow in high Arctic permafrost at temperatures greatly below the freezing point of water.
The team has offered clues about the types of organisms that might exist in similar intense environments at some other place in our solar system.
It seems that the NASA mission is unlikely to be short of volunteers. This can be concluded from the revelation made by the Dutch reality TV show. It disclosed the fact that near about 75,000 people had successfully filled the application to be a part of the colony on Mars.
The Kepler's telescope has been successfully discovering Earth like planets. The concept of searching new planet is similar to the transit of Venus last year.
The radius of a new suspected planet or an exoplanet can be determined through the comparison of the amount of starlight the transiting planet blocks and by the total star light transmitted by the host star.