Articles and researches

March 7, 2020

A mudlark explains the joy of her river hobby | MNN

As children, many of us dreamed of being treasure hunters when we grew up. I got interested by watching “The Goonies” too many times — but […]
March 6, 2020

Meet Dr. Jennifer Jenkins: Nobel Prize-winning scientist and bioenergy champion | MNN

In 2007, Dr. Jennifer Jenkins was part of a group of scientists, including former Vice President Al Gore, who won the Nobel Peace Prize for their […]
March 6, 2020

5 Ways to Support Women-Owned Businesses | MNN

Many people still view business as a “man’s world,” but actually, a significant number of women are industrious leaders in the business world. According to a […]
March 6, 2020

Disinfectants: A guide to killing germs the right way | MNN

From drug-resistant bacteria to flu outbreaks and COVID-19, health scares seem to dominate the news these days. In response, you may go searching for products that […]
March 6, 2020

Green-roofed Stonecrop home rises from rural English landscape

London-based architecture firm Featherstone Young recently completed Stonecrop, a new home in Rutland, East Midlands that’s also an example of how thoughtful architecture can draw new interest to […]
March 6, 2020

This unusual hole on Mars could be a gateway to hidden wonders | MNN

As one of our nearest neighbors, Mars gets a lot of attention. It’s the only planet we’ve visited with rovers, combing over its surface, snapping pictures […]
March 6, 2020

Reima designs a traceable, recyclable jacket for kids

Finnish children’s activewear brand Reima has released its 100% recyclable children’s jacket. The stylish and sustainable outerwear is crafted from recycled polyester and comes with a […]
March 6, 2020

‘Cashless’ stores don’t work for everyone | MNN

When I was living near the poverty line for a couple years, the only way I could keep from overdrawing my bank account was to pay […]