Articles and researches

January 24, 2020

We just got a treasure trove of photos of the ‘dark’ side of the moon | MNN

It may seem like we always know what’s on the moon’s mind. After all, clouds permitting, we see the same face almost every night — sometimes […]
January 24, 2020

To fight loneliness, let’s get innovative | MNN

There’s a unique program at Judson Manor, a retirement community in Cleveland, Ohio, where several college graduate students live amid the senior residents. Room and board […]
January 24, 2020

​Why Carolina bays are an enduring mystery | MNN

Carolina bays are best described as temporary, isolated freshwater wetlands. This is Banks Lake in Lakeland, Georgia. (Photo: Robert C. Clark) Earth still holds secrets. Among […]
January 24, 2020

Black rock from Vesuvius eruption is actually someone’s super-heated brain | MNN

A glassy black rock found inside the charred skull of an unfortunate victim of the Mount Vesuvius eruption has turned out to be a 2,000-year-old vitrified […]
January 23, 2020

Why kind of animals belong on flights? | MNN

Under a proposed federal rule, airlines would no longer be required to allow emotional support animals on flights and could exclude all animals other than dogs […]
January 23, 2020

Stunning House on the Rocks uses geothermal power

On Finland’s windswept Turku archipelago, Helsinki-based design practice and log house kit purveyor Pluspuu has completed yet another ecological wood house — fittingly named the House […]
January 23, 2020

Is cursive handwriting obsolete? | MNN

We live in a texting, typing, emailing world — even at school. Sure, kids take notes in class and some even scribble out the occasional phone […]
January 23, 2020

Check out these amazing sustainable cabins by ZeroCabin

Armed only with experience in biology, chemistry and physics, a group of Chile-based scientists took concepts ranging from photosynthesis to thermodynamics to create ZeroCabin, a collection […]