Space food has changed over the years. Astronauts can enjoy such delicacies as beef stroganoff and re-hydrated spinach. But getting all this food ready to be eaten in a gravity-free environment is more complicated than you'd imagine.

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What does the Ebola virus actually do in your body? Why is it so dangerous and why does it kill so many people? This video uses the analogy of a war to explain how the Ebola virus avoids and then turns the immune system against the body.

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Farmers produce close to a million metric tons of tomatoes in Canada every year. Scientists find better ways to grow them in the field or greenhouse and explore whether tomatoes could have applications in the prevention of cancer and other diseases.

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Agriculture and Agri-Foods Canada presents innovations in agriculture from across the country. Video presents how their leading edge science research impacts the lives of Canadians.

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Want summertime to never end? We can't extend the sunshine, but we can bring the science! Check out our top 10 resources about science that worships the sun.

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Using science and technology as a basis, farmers are engaging in the methods of precisions agriculture that includes soil maps, GPS guidance and even drones to help increase crop yields and efficiency—and save farmers a surprising sum along the way.

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“Game Changers in Agriculture” profiles CEEDS Going to Brazil. CEEDS agri-food technology is developed by New Energy Farms of Leamington, Ontario.

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Dr. Janet Rossant, SickKids Research Institute, sits down with CCRM and shares her views on the current trends in regenerative medicine and how the potential for commercialization should factor into research plans.

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Dr. Molly Shoichet, University of Toronto, shares her perspective on discovery and commercialization of new therapies and tools in the regenerative medicine (RM) field.

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A summary of the key stats about entrepreneurs in Canada.

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