Articles and researches

February 21, 2020

What is the ‘windshield phenomenon’? | MNN

Seeing dead bugs on a windshield isn’t a welcome sight, but maybe it should be. Seeing fewer of them is an anecdotal sign that bugs may […]
February 21, 2020

MVRDV to revive complex with BREEAM-certified “groundscraper”

MVRDV has unveiled designs for a BREEAM Excellent-certified office building in Amsterdam as part of a redevelopment plan for the Tripolis office complex, a project created by […]
February 21, 2020

Why Iran’s Lake Urmia disappeared — and may be coming back | MNN

Tucked in the northwest corner of Iran, Lake Urmia was once the second-largest saltwater lake in the world. At its peak, the lake once covered a […]
February 21, 2020

What do Americans think about fake meat products?

The topic of how we produce food is commonplace and more relevant than ever. After all, the way we choose to grow produce affects waterways, soil […]
February 21, 2020

A Western-style diet could affect the brain in as little as a week | MNN

If you happen to be waffling on what you’d like for breakfast, consider this: What you eat may catch up with you — particularly, your brain […]
February 21, 2020

Physicists just ‘held’ an individual atom for the first time | MNN

Physics has taught us that grasping things on the tiniest of scales can be just as challenging as grasping them on the grandest of scales. Sometimes […]
February 20, 2020

Thousands of feral horses to be removed from national park after Australian wildfires | MNN

Feral horses in Australia are known as brumbies. Descendants of long-ago escaped or lost horses, these rugged ponies now live in many places across the country, […]
February 20, 2020

Why the mystifying axolotl must be saved from extinction

Today’s axolotls are experiencing extirpation, but scientists and pet enthusiasts are saving them from true extinction. Why? Axolotls have long fascinated the learned and laymen alike, thanks […]