In March 2016, a Syrian refugee named Rakan Ghebar started seeing a counsellor. He works at a vice-principal at a school for displaced Syrian children, and when he was asked for advice, he was always told to focus on the present.
More than 80 participants are part of a study that wants to explore the potential of virtual reality in relieving anxiety. This means students such as Amanda Chodak has been transported away from the snowy patches of Mount Royal University's campus and into a beach in California.
2016 has been a big year for technological developments. There's been a shift towards the consumer experience, and it will continue in 2017. However there is a need to redefine it to allow small businesses to compete with their larger counterparts.
Robots are inevitably marking the future of mankind with their undeniably big contributions to science and technology. But with obedience in the question, should they do everything we ask them to?
Manufacturers have already made it clear: the future of manufacturing will have more technology, greater automation and an increased use of collaborative robots.
2016 is indeed a year of reckoning. Minus the tensions and uncertainty in terms of politics and social upheaval, 2016 has been a huge year for the realm of technology and science.
President Obama has just signed legislation that may heighten tensions with Russia and China and potentially launch the country on an expensive and ambitious effort to build space-based defense systems.
Diamonds come into play to create ultra-thin electrical wires.
It can be remembered that the Cassini probe is currently doing a good job of studying Saturn for us. The beautiful planet is just site of a next big expedition, however, as a new spacecraft will be on the lookout for alien life forms.
We may finally have discovered the physical source of depression in the brain. New research has allowed researchers to identify the lateral orbitofrontal cortex as the area of the brain that is most affected by depression. This can open up possible new treatments.
Graphene is already an amazing material as it is. However, newer studies at the end of the year have revealed that graphene has once again gone and is not yet done surprising us.
Uber is taking convenience one step closer. Do you want to meet up with your friend? No problem -- text your friend, get his location, and book an Uber ride. But what if you could skip the entire thing? Uber now lets you go to actual persons.
France has just opened what it says is the world's first solar panel road in a Normandy village. The road is a whopping 1km route in the small village of Tourouvre-au-Perche covered with 2,800sqm of electricity-generating panels.
Engineers from The Ohio State University have found a way to convert heat into electricity by applying their technique to capture "waste heat," the byproduct of electrical and mechanical devices like car engines.