Articles and researches

March 2, 2020

A centuries-old riddle in stone has finally been solved | MNN

A mysterious cipher carved into stone some 230 years ago in the village of Plougastel-Daoulas in Brittany, France has finally been solved. The riddle, discovered three […]
March 2, 2020

This modern art museum was once a cheese factory in Arkansas

In Bentonville, Arkansas, a giant factory that once processed cheese for Kraft Foods has been given new life as The Momentary, a modern art museum satellite […]
March 2, 2020

Tom Talks: Personal Courage, Ethics and Reputation | MNN

Southern Company president and CEO Tom Fanning continues to advocate relentless communication as a critical component of his leadership style through ‘Tom Talks,’ the CEO’s monthly […]
March 2, 2020

Red pandas are actually 2 separate species | MNN

Quite possibly the cutest animal in the world is actually two different species, researchers have discovered. The bushy-tailed red panda that lives in the high forests […]
February 29, 2020

Take a visual tour through England’s Lake District National Park | MNN

Lake District National Park is situated along the coast in northwest England. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was designated a national park in 1951 and hosts […]
February 28, 2020

Are you one of those people who can make their ears rumble? | MNN

What kind of tricks can you do with your ears? Can you wriggle them? Or wave just one at a time? Or, like most of us, […]
February 28, 2020

The world’s largest privately owned giant sequoia forest is now protected | MNN

A conservation group has closed a $15.65 million deal to buy the largest privately owned giant sequoia grove left on Earth, an ancient forest with hundreds […]
February 28, 2020

Many salamanders and frogs glow in the dark. (We just didn’t think to check) | MNN

During the day, the Cranwell’s horned frog is inconspicuous. It’s mostly a mottled-brown, striped creature with some dull green stripe highlights. But when researchers recently put […]