Articles and researches

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 […]
January 6, 2020

‘Ring of Fire’ solar eclipse marks last of 2019 | MNN

A few select countries had the opportunity to see the last solar eclipse of 2019. For those who live in Europe, Asia, Australia or Africa, it […]
January 6, 2020

The fruit of the future is 3D-printed and packed with vitamins and minerals

With global bee populations dwindling at an astonishing rate, there is a risk that produce supplies will be diminished at some point in the near future. […]
January 6, 2020

Why don’t bears’ muscles atrophy during hibernation? | MNN

Some bears have a brilliant strategy for getting through winter: staying in bed. Not all bears hibernate, of course, and even those who do may technically […]
January 6, 2020

Stunning new prefab kit home centers on sustainability

Michigan-based Hygge Supply is known as a leader in the world of sustainable home design thanks to its customizable kit homes. Now, the company has unveiled […]
January 6, 2020

Snow is teeming with tiny life | MNN

Frosty the Snowman famously came to life one day with the help of a magical silk hat. As recent research suggests, however, he and other snowmen […]