Putting a new spin on it: Finding by astrophysicists shows there is more than one way to orbit a star
The strange rotation of two planets around a distant star is raising questions about whether our planetary system is the norm in the universe.
Researchers work with fungi in promising study aimed at healing gut disease
Research shows the influence of fungi on gut health, and possible use of vaccine for relief from Irritable Bowel Disease.
‘A living thing’: The capital’s museums and galleries kept their fires burning during the pandemic lockdown
During the city’s lockdown, much was still happening within the walls of national and local galleries and museums.
In focus: The chill didn’t deter the crowds from coming to Beechwood Cemetery to remember the sacrifice of veterans
Crowds gathered at the Remembrance Day ceremony at Beechwood cemetery paying homage to the sacrifice of veterans, the traditions of the day and the 100th anniversary of the poppy campaign.
NCC’s colourful ‘Fall Rhapsody’ leaf spectacle restores sense of normalcy in COVID times
The NCC’s Fall Rhapsody initiative brings back shuttles and peripheral events after last year’s altered program due to the pandemic.
Lessons from the lockdown: Independent bookshops say they’re ready for holiday shoppers
Two local bookstores say they are better prepared to manage the impact of the pandemic because of the support of the community.
Faces of change: Jessica Ruano advocates for the arts community in Ottawa and abroad
Capital Current continues its occasional series profiling some of the people who are making a difference in our community: From theatre to community support to journalism, Jessica Ruano has worked to pave the way for younger artists in Canada and abroad. In 2006, she founded the Ottawa Arts Newsletter in response to what she felt was a lack of local…