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Ivan Semeniuk

Ivan Semeniuk
Science reporter
Science reporter

Based in Toronto, Ivan Semeniuk reports on science for The Globe and Mail

Latest articles
Major Canadian space project to monitor Arctic sea ice moves a step closer
X-ray beam illuminates long-forgotten faces on damaged daguerreotypes
Prawn-like fossils shed new light on a versatile family
Canadian scientists among those intensifying search for new particles
Rocks on Mars still harbour organic molecules after billions of years
Lost world: Why Daily Planet was more than just a TV show Subscriber content
Ancient genes reveal first Americans separated and reunited on their way south
Lack of funding forces Canada to abort mission on NASA telescope project
Scientists make few gains on federal environment bill
‘This is an eye-opener’: Changes in global water supply hint at future conflicts and crises
Waterloo meeting offers fresh spin on black holes − and potential new clues to the cosmos
Latest Mars mission could be last of its kind for years
University of Toronto researcher Lewis Kay wins $1-million science prize
Planet hunters launch TESS in pursuit of deeper questions − whether we’re alone in space
‘We have to go to carbon-free electricity’: James Hansen on how world leaders can effectively take on climate change
Unique salt lakes discovered under Nunavut glacier a ‘jewel’ for researchers
Canada struggling to capitalize on research and development sector
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Studies show Paris targets crucial to maintaining Arctic ice
Canada 150 research chairs draw scientists fleeing Trump, guns and Brexit
How this year’s Gairdner winners are lighting up the brain and deciphering the marks on our genes