This film was a little different than what they’d done before… they had to gut more fish, for one. Read more on how participatory filmmaking with CLEAR works…
Since January, CLEAR has hosted Iwalaye (Ayo) Oladimeji, a PhD student from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. She … More
In science, some decisions and behaviour are valued, reproduced, and others are harder to do. Some forms of knowledge flourish. Others don’t. Let’s talk about that.
By Alex Bond, with Max Liboiron Science is supposed to be detached, objective, and disinterested. It’s supposed to mimic what … More
Students at the Polish-Japanese Academy of IT in Warsaw (Poland) created a suite of manuals for building BabyLegs.
We have created a consent form that builds and fosters good relations, rather than sever and thin out relations like a media release or waiver.
CLEAR, an anti-colonial and feminist marine science research lab based at Memorial University (Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada), is recruiting a … More
CLEAR is a feminist and anti-colonial laboratory. But what does that mean?
CLEAR has an ongoing commitment to monitor plastic contaminants in fish caught for food in Newfoundland and Labrador. These are the newest results for cod, capelin, and Atlantic salmon in Newfoundland.