Articles and researches

February 7, 2020

This one cave salamander stayed completely still for 7 years, but it wasn’t dead | MNN

When you’re blind and live in a cave, there’s a lot of time to sit and think. Maybe that’s what this one cave salamander was up […]
February 6, 2020

What you can do to reduce microfiber pollution | MNN

The issue of plastic pollution in our environment has become a huge problem, and quickly. In the past few decades, our use of all types of […]
February 6, 2020

Researchers find 330-million-year-old shark’s head in Kentucky cave | MNN

When climbing down into Mammoth Cave National Park, it’s hard to imagine encountering anything connected to the ocean. But researchers have discovered shark fossils deep inside […]
February 6, 2020

In Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, the Avant Cycle Cafe builds community

It all started with a flat tire. A man cycling through Lake Geneva, Wisconsin was charmed by the historic town but really wished it had a […]
February 6, 2020

Give spring bees a boost with dandelion blooms | MNN

U.K. homeowners eager to dust off mowers and welcome spring with a freshly cut lawn are being encouraged by the British Ecological Society (BES) to slow […]
February 6, 2020

Brazilian home uses solar energy for 100% self-sufficiency

Brazilian firm 24 7 Arquitetura has set a stunning modern home into a challenging mountainous landscape in Brazil’s Nova Lima region. In addition to the home’s contemporary aesthetic, […]
February 6, 2020

Feeding bluebirds might help them in a surprising way | MNN

Bluebirds mainly eat insects, so they often show little interest in backyard bird feeders — unless you’re serving mealworms. There are potential pros and cons with […]
February 6, 2020

Calamus unveils “world’s safest” e-bike at CES 2020

India-based startup Calamus recently unveiled the Calamus One Ultrabike, an electric bicycle that they claim is “the world’s safest and most advanced” of its kind. Integrated with elements […]