Articles and researches

February 13, 2020

Tropical greenery surrounds a sustainable, solar-powered home in Singapore

In Singapore, a lush veil of tropical plants has enveloped a sustainable home for a family of five. The house, aptly named “Fade to Green,” is […]
February 12, 2020

A spider’s web is part of its mind, new research suggests | MNN

Spiders are creepy-crawlies that tend to elicit some of our most extreme fight-or-flight responses. Upon sight of one, some of us scream, others squash. Even those […]
February 12, 2020

Dinosaur labeled ‘Reaper of Death’ discovered in Alberta | MNN

The Tyrannosaurus rex got the “king” moniker for a reason. But have you met his cousin? A newly discovered tyrannosaur species named Thanatotheristes degrootorum, or “Reaper […]
February 12, 2020

How to Stay Safe in a Flood | MNN

Floods are the leading cause of weather-related death in the United States, according to the National Institutes of Health. Knowing how to act before, during and […]
February 12, 2020

Startup creates compostable, single-serve coffee bags

Worried about the environmental costs of single-use coffee pods? Steeped Coffee has a game-changing solution for that. The startup has innovated coffee brewing by making it as convenient […]
February 12, 2020

How hobbyists are saving endangered killifish from extinction

Killifish biology has long intrigued fish enthusiasts and scientists. But human encroachment, habitat loss and climate change are dwindling killifish populations in the wild. Thankfully, collection […]
February 12, 2020

Air-purifying headphones aim to help urban dwellers breathe easy | MNN

Dyson, a company best-known for its innovative line of vacuums and fans, is apparently also interested in providing urbanites with a portable way to filter air […]
February 12, 2020

Water Street Tampa hits major sustainability milestone

Back in June 2019, Inhabitat did a story about Florida’s Water Street Tampa and its goal to become the world’s healthiest neighborhood. Fast forward to January 2020, […]