Why Can’t We Farm These Foods Yet?

Thanks to Brilliant for supporting this episode of SciShow. Go to Brilliant.org/SciShow to learn more. [ intro ] Food, glorious food. We need it to live, and stuff. But for many people, it’s more than that — a hobby, a pastime, a passion. Farms and businesses work hard to satisfy the commercial and cultural needs […]

WATCH LIVE: CBC Vancouver News at 6 for Sept. 13 — Mill Closures, Ride-Hailing, Broken Elevator

>>Mike: TONIGHT ON CBC VANCOUVER NEWS…>>70 DAYS IS SO PAST ANYTHING REASONABLE.>>Anita: BROKEN ELEVATOR. FRUSTRATION BUILDS FOR VULNERABLE RESIDENTS FORCED TO CLIMB SIX FLIGHTS OF STAIRS TO GET HOME.>>>ALSO…>>CUTTING DOWN TREES IS NOT A POPULAR THING IN THIS PROVINCE NOW.>>Mike: 6,000 JOBS, 25 SAWMILLS. WHY ARE SO MANY SHUTTING DOWN? AND…>>HOW DID A BEAR GET […]

Meet our early career researchers

Research. It’s a tough ride. Late nights on campus, countless hours in the lab. A relentless pursuit of new knowledge. And for what? For the chance to change the world. To stop the spread of infection. To prevent disease. To make breakthrough discoveries. To own the unknown. And ultimately, to save lives. This Research Week […]

Sonoma County Youth Ecology Corps video

Nearly 300 teenagers are working this summer in Sonoma County. ABC 7’s money scope reporter David Louie explains how they got on the payroll, and how the public will benefit. Most of these young people weren’t expecting to find summer jobs but here they are, working outdoors and getting paid eight dollars an hour. Federal […]

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