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The newest Canadian research and technological advances that are changing the way we understand and interact with our environment and each other.

Live feed shows two astronauts working to upgade the station's power system
Researchers explore the Tunnunik impact crater in Canada's Arctic
Photo: Gordon Osinski
A new way of mapping impact craters could even change how astronauts prepare for the moon and Mars
Researchers explore the Tunnunik impact crater in Canada's Arctic
Photo : Gordon Osinski
Une nouvelle méthode de cartographie des cratères d’impact pourrait même changer le mode de préparation des astronautes pour la lune et Mars
A researcher samples subterranean water deep in a mine near Timmins, Ont.
Photo courtesy Oliver Warr/University of Toronto
Two-billion-year-old water held deep in Earth's crust could hold clues to life on other planets
Asbestos industry images from Canadian Geographic articles in the 1930s
Photos: Canadian Geographic archives
As Canada announces a total ban on asbestos, Canadian Geographic looks back at its early coverage of the ‘magic’ mineral, from the days when its dangers were unknown or ignored
Franklin crew member John Hartnell's nails encased in resin
Photo: Joyce McBeth/University of Saskatchewan
New study finds evidence malnutrition played a significant role in crew member's death
the forks winter boot winnipeg
Photo: Carolyn Janzen/Canadian Geographic Photo Club
Study tests and ranks the best winter boots on wet and dry ice
arctic research baffin island
Photo: Shawna-lee Masson/Canadian Geographic Photo Club
Enter the Photos from the Field: Working in Canada's North Photo Competition for a chance to win great prizes!
tidal power infographic bay of fundy
Illustration: Tyana Awada/Canadian Geographic
The Maritime province's two-megawatt turbine is now connected to the power grid
Photo: Appeaning-Addo et al. 2015
In Ghana’s Volta River delta, the remotely-operated aerial vehicles are going where researchers can’t to help study coastal erosion, flooding and migration
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