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Discover articles share stories related to science and technology in Greater Sudbury. This section is made possible by our Community Leaders Program.


 

<updated>Discover:</updated> How Greg Ross uses remote sensing and data for everything from health care to wildfires

Discover: How Greg Ross uses remote sensing and data for everything from health care to wildfires

In the latest Discover Series story, Dr. Mike has a Q&A with Greg Ross, the MAG Aerospace Industrial Research Chair in Environmental and Health Surveillance at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (it’s a lot to fit on a business card)
<updated>Discover:</updated> Microbes, molecules, malt and the ancient science behind your brew

Discover: Microbes, molecules, malt and the ancient science behind your brew

Humans have been brewing beer from at least 6,000 years. Victoria Banderob toasts the artists and the scientists who make one of our species’ favourite foods
Discover: How data science and mining intersect in the 21st century

Discover: How data science and mining intersect in the 21st century

CEO David Peres talks about growth and changes at Minalytix
Discover: Using science to hack your brain and keep your New Year's resolutions

Discover: Using science to hack your brain and keep your New Year's resolutions

While many New Year’s Resolutions fail, these evidence-based tips can help you succeed at yours
Discover: How long does Santa need to deliver to Sudbury’s kids? We did the math on the magic of Christmas

Discover: How long does Santa need to deliver to Sudbury’s kids? We did the math on the magic of Christmas

How many calories in cookies and milk does Kris Kringle consume on his nightly rounds? How much weight does his sleigh have to carry? Jenny Lamothe gets some help from LU computation sciences student Yingli Song to find the answers
Discover: The Sudbury tech firm using data to keep miners safe in Industry 4.0

Discover: The Sudbury tech firm using data to keep miners safe in Industry 4.0

‘People have never been more disconnected in most workplaces while possessing all the tools to be connected in real-time,’ says Gus Minor of Sofvie
Discover: There's a reason 'Christmas' scents like pine trees and turkey are so evocative

Discover: There's a reason 'Christmas' scents like pine trees and turkey are so evocative

The first weekend in December was a magical time in my childhood. Saturday morning we would load into the minivan, stop at Tim Hortons for hot chocolate, and take the half an hour drive to a local tree farm.
<updated>Discover: </updated> If you like time travel, use this as your guide next time you visit High Falls

Discover: If you like time travel, use this as your guide next time you visit High Falls

In 1971, the Apollo 16 astronauts visited High Falls in Onaping as part of their geological training in preparation for a mission to the Moon. A year later, so did the Apollo 17 crew.
<updated>Discover: </updated> How a student from France fell in love with Canada and is now doing fishery research in Sudbury

Discover: How a student from France fell in love with Canada and is now doing fishery research in Sudbury

Collège Boréal student researcher Olivia Baudet sits down for a chat with 'Dr. Mike'
<updated>Discover:</updated> LU researcher using art to help marginalized youth deal with heavy emotions

Discover: LU researcher using art to help marginalized youth deal with heavy emotions

Laurentian University researcher is helping youth connect with their thoughts and feelings using art and social interaction