Articles and researches

February 5, 2020

Keep your cat safe with these eco-friendly cat toys

Veterinarian Lynn Bahr’s coworkers laugh at her when they see her mouth full of cat toy. “When I’m designing toys, I put everything in my mouth. […]
February 5, 2020

Sustainable lakeside cabin showcases the best of Nordic minimalism

With its black-oiled timber cladding, angular zinc roofs and minimalist interior, the 3-Square House by Helsinki-based Studio Puisto is the epitome of Nordic design. Located on […]
February 5, 2020

The way you dance is kind of like a fingerprint | MNN

No one dances like you. Your mom knows it. Your friends know it. Even computers know it. Now, before you get too excited, keep in mind […]
February 5, 2020

Sand dunes might be ‘communicating’ with one another | MNN

Fog, caverns, and corn fields are popular settings for horror films. Why not sand dunes? In fact, new research suggests that these undulating landscapes might even […]
February 4, 2020

Should texting while walking be banned? | MNN

Will Rogers famously wrote, “You can’t legislate intelligence and common sense into people.” And yet, several cities and states are considering doing just that when it […]
February 4, 2020

States join global push to ban animal testing | MNN

More and more states are getting tough on animal testing of cosmetics. Some have passed and some are considering laws that would ban the sale or […]
February 4, 2020

The best sources for plant-based protein

Many researchers and doctors around the world agree that a plant-based diet provides many benefits. It is credited with lowering inflammation in the body and disease […]
February 4, 2020

1920s building in Buenos Aires becomes a gorgeous, solar-powered residence

Buenos Aires is known for its beautiful architecture, but retaining the city’s historic character while breathing life into its abandoned buildings is often challenging. Thankfully, local […]