It’s no surprise Cornell researchers found we’re happiest on weekends but the fact mood cycles were gathered from 500 million tweets shows online chatter is gold to data analysts.
High school senior Nicholas Schiefer is redefining the Internet search engine which landed him a gold medal at a Canada-wide science fair. Nicolas created a micro search engine that retrieves information from short documents, such as tweets and Facebook statuses.
Rob Spence accidentally shot his eye out with a shotgun when he was a kid. Now a filmmaker, he’s replaced it with a prosthetic camera eye.
Imagine your thoughts could control how you moved a character through a game – not with controllers, but with your brain? This is being explored by Ariel Garten and her team at InteraXon.
Dr. Sargent is using nanotechnology to create cheap and efficient (and tiny!) solar cells in an effort to take advantage of what he calls our greatest resource – the sun.
Mashing technology, social media and music, Drasko-V and two other musicians created a music track in real time that was triggered by audience tweets from around the world.
When the Urbee renewable energy car went on display in Winnipeg this month, the fact a life-sized model was produced on the spot using 3D printing caused almost as much interest as the car.
Canadian developer Big Blue Bubble has launched a contest to give someone the chance to design their own video game with the company.
Tap screens for navigation are about to be upstaged by “gesture recognition” as the next cool way to interact with smartphones, computers and TVs.
Canada’s usually hush hush security and intelligence agencies are looking to recruit the best and brightest in computing and math to help protect the country.