Articles and researches

October 16, 2020

100-year-old Buda Mill & Grain Co. has new life as a community gathering spot

Often, culture and community are so intertwined that one defines the other, as is the case with a rural town in Texas, where the residents embraced […]
October 16, 2020

San Diego Zoo successfully clones an endangered Przewalski’s horse

Kurt, a baby Przewalski’s horse, looks and plays like any other baby horse. But the now two-month-old colt is unique in that he is a clone. […]
October 16, 2020

New study finds eco-glitter just as damaging as ordinary glitter

Bad news for those of us who love sparkly stuff. Even though you thought you were saving the world one reflective particle at a time, that […]
October 16, 2020

LEED Gold office offers wearables to promote employee wellness

The Texas Mutual Insurance Company’s new headquarters in Austin, Texas’s Mueller Development has earned both LEED Gold and Austin Energy Green Building 4-Star certifications in recognition […]
October 16, 2020

Dream of an escape to the off-grid cabins in Kogelberg Nature Reserve

When the team at KLG Architects, a South Africa-based company that specializes in contemporary design, was asked to design a retreat deep inside a nature reserve, […]
October 15, 2020

Artist creates mesmerizing paintings using coal pollution from local streams

You gaze at a vibrant collision of color. Are you looking at the Earth? Is this bacteria under a microscope? Is it a distant galaxy through […]
October 15, 2020

The Great Barrier Reef has lost 50% of its corals to climate change

A recent study has revealed that corals of the Great Barrier Reef have more than halved since 1995. The study, which was done by researchers from […]
October 15, 2020

Apple ditches wall chargers, earbuds in iPhone 12 packages

If your new, boxed iPhone 12 feels a little light, that might be because it doesn’t contain a wall charger or earbuds. Apple announced that its […]