Articles and researches

January 6, 2020

Why you need to limit artificial light at night | MNN

It’s incredibly hard to sleep when light seeps through your curtains or your phone glows from the bedside table. But more and more research is finding […]
January 6, 2020

Compostable, portable Stak eliminates need for individually wrapped snacks

Most of us spend much of our time on the go, rushing to work and shuttling kids to activities. Somewhere in the midst of the hustle, […]
January 6, 2020

Could ancient stone circles have been conduits for lightning strikes? | MNN

Ancient stone circles such as Stonehenge and the Callanish Stones have long perplexed archaeologists and captured our collective consciousness. How were they built? What was their […]
January 6, 2020

Upcycled materials make up this beautiful cabin retreat in Denmark

Located an hour outside of Copenhagen, this beautiful vacation home is tucked into a lush forest mere steps away from a beach. Designed by Nordhavn-based Lendager […]
January 6, 2020

You’re busy. Here’s how to (really) make time for friendships | MNN

Friendships are important — not just because it’s nice to know someone’s in your corner, but because forging and maintaining friendships with people who are outside […]
January 6, 2020

Gift loved ones with classes that teach and build nature skills

Rather than gifting a material object this holiday season, opt to give an “experience” gift. Not only will it help minimize waste and clutter, but an […]
January 6, 2020

​You may not have hit your creative peak yet | MNN

The fire of creativity doesn’t necessarily burn out after your youth. A new study by economics professors at Ohio State University and the University of Chicago, […]
January 6, 2020

Green-roofed sports center adds sculptural appeal to the Augustow riverfront

Polish architecture firms PSBA and INOONI have recently completed a strikingly angular water sports center in the heart of Augustow, Poland that shows how architecture can […]