Articles and researches

May 27, 2020

Historic deal preserves millions of pollination corridors for monarch butterflies | MNN

A huge swath of land that wasn’t being fully utilized has been set aside for monarch butterfly habitat. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and […]
May 27, 2020

“Wither” artistically represents deforestation in the Amazon

While all eyes are on the national and international headlines regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, it appears no one is watching and protecting the rainforest, which is […]
May 27, 2020

What’s the deal with doodle dogs? | MNN

With a cute name and curly coat, doodle dogs seem to be incredibly popular with pet owners. They’re favorites for people with allergies because they often […]
May 26, 2020

These giant invasive lizards are eating their way through Georgia | MNN

Beware the tegu. With a name that sounds like it could be Godzilla’s enemy of the week, this ravenous reptile is on a rampage in the […]
May 26, 2020

Why plant-based meats are having a moment | MNN

There’s never been a better time to cut meat out of your life or at least limit it significantly. There’s a plethora of meat substitutes on […]
May 26, 2020

Babylon Bridge features hanging gardens over the Seine

Paris-based design studio Rescubika has unveiled a fantastical proposal for the Babylon Bridge, a pedestrian-only bridge over the river Seine. Inspired by the Hanging Gardens of […]
May 26, 2020

LEED Platinum-certified Half Moon Bay Library targets net-zero energy

At three times the size of its predecessor with a recently minted LEED Platinum certification, California’s Half Moon Bay Library is an impressive community resource in […]
May 26, 2020

NASA wants you for a space isolation study | MNN

While millions around the globe are looking forward to the days when they’ll spend less time at home and more time out interacting with society, a […]