Articles and researches

January 15, 2020

Jupiter’s atmosphere is still putting on a show | MNN

Jupiter’s atmosphere is quite simply a work of art. With an atmosphere that best resembles the sun, Jupiter is predominantly made up of hydrogen and helium, […]
January 15, 2020

The low-impact Bridge House hovers over a stream in Los Angeles

Architecture is often heavily influenced by the existing landscape surrounding a structure, but architect Dan Brunn didn’t let the weaving waterways on his Los Angeles property […]
January 15, 2020

Couple turns old van into home-on-wheels for just $1K

IKEA offers an almost infinite amount of space solutions for any type of abode — for one couple looking to convert an old van into a […]
January 15, 2020

4 ways tardigrades are nearly indestructible | MNN

Tardigrades are microscopic animals blessed with two very cool nicknames — the water bear and the moss piglet. They are segmented and reach a maximum length […]
January 15, 2020

Snøhetta to revitalize Midtown Manhattan with vibrant garden

Midtown Manhattan will soon become much greener thanks to New York City Planning Commission’s unanimous approval of Snøhetta’s design for a new privately-owned public space (POPS) […]
January 15, 2020

How to prep a week’s worth of soups in no time | MNN

Meticulous meal planning and strategic Sunday prepping for the week ahead have, so far, been merely aspirational, though noble, pursuits to me. I yearn to be […]
January 14, 2020

Do nonsmokers deserve extra vacation days? | MNN

Nonsmokers typically harbor some resentment against smokers. It depends on your workplace dynamics, of course, but it usually revolves around the number of times smokers duck […]
January 14, 2020

Scientists turn frog cells into living machines | MNN

Scientists have taken a bold leap into the future with robots built from frog parts. New research published this week in PNAS from Tufts University and […]