Category Archives: Sci/Tech

Technology needs to include more women, experts say Business, Sci/Tech

By Amber Daugherty Sheryl Sandberg is one of the women creating a storm in the technology world. Sandberg’s book came out today, which details how women can succeed in their careers. But the chief operating officer of Facebook has been blamed for unrealistic views for the average woman, who, unlike Sandberg, is not worth an

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Meteor explodes over Russia, almost 1,000 injured News, Sci/Tech

[youtube id=”iCawTYPtehk” width=”620″ height=”360″] By Brandon Humber The explosion of a meteor over Chelyabinsk, Russia has left nearly 1,000 people injured. Early estimates of the meteor’s original size have it weighing around 10 tonnes. The explosion sent meteorite’s hurdling to the ground and reportedly released several kilotons of energy, shattering thousands of windows in the

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NASA says asteroid will have close call with Earth Sci/Tech, Uncategorized

By Kaite Boivin An asteroid the size of a football field will closely pass by Earth this Friday, missing us by just 15 minutes. The asteroid will not collide with Earth, but researchers say it’s a close call. The asteroid 2012 DA14 will pass so closely it’ll be within the ring of weather and communications

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Internet surveillance bill cancelled but new one likely News, Sci/Tech

By Amber Daugherty The federal government this week canceled a controversial Internet surveillance act, Bill C-30, in a move that has critics cheering – and others wondering what will come next. “This is a victory for every Canadian!” Ann Cavoukian, Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner, said about the move Monday to scrap the bill. “The

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