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Richard Levangie

Richard Levangie is an award-winning journalist with degrees in science and journalism, and an MFA in creative nonfiction. His work has appeared in The Globe & Mail, The Montreal Gazette, and more than a dozen magazines. His middle grade adventure, Secrets of the Hotel Maisonneuve, won the Atlantic writing competition for unpublished manuscripts, and is currently in submission. He is writing a memoir, tentatively called Redemption is a Bottle of Red, about surviving 20 years with daily migraines and a misdiagnosed neuroendocrine tumor.

Climate Scientists Flocking to France for Funding and Support

American climate scientists can’t resist the opportunity to work in a country that values ...


Ancient Structure Reveals Vikings Were More Technologically Advanced Than We Thought

A highly-advanced 1,200-year-old Viking fortress which challenges our understanding of Viking culture and architecture ...

Elephants Save Tourists in Nepal

Elephants Helped Carry Stranded Tourists To Safety In Nepal

Endangered elephants help carry South Asian tourists through raging flood waters.


How Trump’s EPA Chief Is Waging Open War On Science

Former Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt was charged with turning the EPA into a ...


Gerrymandering 101: A Primer on Fighting for Fair and Impartial Elections

Gerrymandering has an ignoble history, but many groups — including National Democratic Redistricting Committee ...


Donald Trump vs Planet Earth

Climate change is coming harder and faster than scientists expected, and the physics is ...


Mike Pence, The Unapologetic Anti-Scientist

Vice President-elect Mike Pence won’t be a friend to the scientific community nor to ...

Second Nexus

The Case of the Missing Booksellers: Hong Kong Protesters Suspect Beijing’s Heavy Hand

Thousands protest in Hong Kong believing that China’s Communist Party is behind disappearance of ...