Showing results for: Biology

Hypothalamus, hormones, habits, they all have a key role in the science of satiety.

Learn More

Both humans and the apes at the zoo are descendant from a common ancestor species. So in a sense, we both share an extremely distant relation.

Learn More

Who knew one of the most beautiful birds in nature are predated by cats, other birds, insects, and even us!

Learn More

Why do some songs keep playing over and over again in our heads? Songs that have relatively simple measures are ones that are more likely to eat away at your brain.

Learn More

Michael Jain writer June 11, 2009Arecent study tells us that we have genes in our bodies that areactivated every 8 hours. What does this tell us about our internal bodyclocks?

Learn More

Prior to the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City, there was a global fear that Mexican athletes would be at an unfair advantage because they were training at altitude.

Learn More

Scientists at the Toronto Zoo engage in critical research for species protection and conservation. We talk to Gabriela Mastromonaco to find out what being a Reproductive Physiologist at the Zoo is all about.

Learn More

Museums have teams of dedicated scientists doing research behind the scenes. We talk to Burton Lim, an assistant curator at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, to find out what it's like to work at the ROM.

Learn More

Working for a charity can be very rewarding...whether it be helping people in your own city to people in a whole other continent! One of the many important charitable works is bringing aid to and improving the health of third world countries.

Learn More

Fall means cooler weather and shorter days! With these changes comes, probably the most beautiful phenomenon that accompanies it – autumn leaves!

Learn More