Articles and researches

February 26, 2020

Futuristic air-purifying masks combat air pollution with innovative fan system

In a world where air pollution causes an estimated 7 million deaths annually, the fashion and health worlds are colliding to bring us products that not […]
February 26, 2020

Washington moves to ban “detrimental” bottled water operations

Washington state, known for mountains, glaciers and rainforests, has an abundance of fresh water. To protect those natural resources, the state senate has passed a bill […]
February 26, 2020

10 fascinating facts about polar bears | MNN

These furry inhabitants of the Arctic tundra are one of the most iconic, recognizable species in the world. But how much do we really know about […]
February 25, 2020

NASA’s InSight lander confirms ‘marsquakes’ are real | MNN

For the first time, scientists have confirmed that Mars has seismic events — known here on Earth as “marsquakes.” The researchers and 10 months of work […]
February 25, 2020

Sculptural, energy-saving office boasts the “smartest building advances in Germany”

In the heart of Berlin, Danish architecture firm 3XN has recently completed Cube Berlin, a striking new office showcasing the latest advances in sustainability, digitization and […]
February 25, 2020

Jimmy Carter’s solar plant powers half his Georgia hometown

Half of Plains, Georgia’s energy comes from solar panels, thanks to former President — and former farmer — Jimmy Carter. Since installing a solar plant on […]
February 25, 2020

Cheetah cubs born through IVF offer hope for their species | MNN

Two small cheetah cubs have been born to a surrogate mother via in vitro fertilization (IVF) for the first time. Their births offer hope for the […]
February 25, 2020

Why should the Scottish woodlands be protected?

Although Scotland is more heavily forested than England or Wales, much of its woodlands have been lost to logging, urban sprawl and climate change. Initiatives to reverse deforestation have been […]