Articles and researches

February 11, 2020

Taylor Guitars and the sustainable approach to instrument-making

Since 1974, Taylor Guitars has been a champion guitar brand, renowned for its signature sound and instrument-manufacturing innovations. In this feature, Inhabitat goes behind-the-scenes at the company’s […]
February 11, 2020

Antarctica reaches record high temperature

The frozen continent recently logged its warmest temperature to date, a whopping 65 degrees Fahrenheit. That’s quite a leap from its previous record of about 63 […]
February 11, 2020

Odd.Bot, the weed-pulling robot that could eliminate herbicides

The aging adage, “there’s an app for that,” is evolving into, “there’s a robot for that.” More and more automation is finding its way to the […]
February 11, 2020

7 bizarre and fantastic creatures from the Biodiversity Heritage Library | MNN

If you’re a naturalist, botanist or just a lover of old, dusty books, you’ll be delighted to know that one of the world’s largest open access […]
February 10, 2020

Climate-adaptive park in Copenhagen wins Arne of the Year Award

One of Copenhagen’s newest green parks, the Sankt Kjelds Square and Bryggervangen, has just received Copenhagen’s most prestigious architecture prize — the Arne of the Year […]
February 10, 2020

Kendeda, a net-positive Living Building, opens at Georgia Tech

After a visit to the Bullitt Center in Seattle, Diana Blank was inspired to fund a similar project in Georgia. Taking action, she founded the Kendeda […]
February 10, 2020

An egg a day keeps the doctor away? | MNN

The debate over whether eggs are good or bad for you seems to be unending, but several recent studies score for the pro-egg team. Analyzing data […]
February 10, 2020

Climate crisis drives bumblebees closer to extinction

The climate crisis, rampant misuse of pesticides, lack of plant diversity, habitat loss, parasites and pathogens have collectively created the perfect storm for a decline in […]