Articles and researches

February 27, 2020

Hydroelectric art gallery will generate enough wave power to be 100% self-sustaining

London-based architect Margot Krasojevic has just unveiled a futuristic art gallery that runs on hydroelectric power. Slated for the coastal Russian region of Sochi, the Hydroelectric […]
February 27, 2020

Ivory Ella raises $96K to help animals affected by the Australian wildfires

Lifestyle brand Ivory Ella recently announced a generous donation of over $96,000 to Animals Australia, an animal protection organization giving aid to wildlife displaced and injured […]
February 27, 2020

It’s time to stop releasing balloons | MNN

Birthday parties and graduations are all beautiful occasions when people often celebrate with balloons — some may even release them into the sky with gusto. But […]
February 27, 2020

Reintroducing the Eurasian Lynx to Scotland

The Eurasian lynx is so-called because it has been found in forests that stretch from Europe to central Asia, thus distinguishing it as the widest-ranging cat on our […]
February 27, 2020

Autonomous Draper Drone to detect microplastics in the water

Microplastic pollution is everywhere, but its size — less than five millimeters in length — makes the threat almost invisible to the naked eye. That’s why […]
February 27, 2020

Atmospheric carbon dioxide at highest level in 3M years

Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere are now at the highest level they’ve been since the Pilocene Era, 3 million years ago, when giant camels roamed […]
February 27, 2020

Seagulls like food better if humans touch it first | MNN

It never fails. You’re enjoying a lovely day at the beach or along the pier and as soon as you so much as eat a cracker, […]
February 26, 2020

This microscopic parasitic animal doesn’t breathe, and it’s the only one we know of | MNN

If there’s one trait that unites every animal on this planet — including ourselves — it’s the need to breathe. Nature built the perfect system for […]