Articles and researches

February 4, 2020

1920s building in Buenos Aires becomes a gorgeous, solar-powered residence

Buenos Aires is known for its beautiful architecture, but retaining the city’s historic character while breathing life into its abandoned buildings is often challenging. Thankfully, local […]
February 4, 2020

Wild grey seal filmed ‘clapping’ on camera for the first time | MNN

After 17 years, researchers have finally captured a wild grey seal “clapping” on camera for the first time. Dr. Ben Burville from Newcastle University spent countless […]
February 4, 2020

Treehouse hotel in Bali offers maximum views with a minimal footprint

Bali-based architect Alexis Dornier has become known for his tropical architecture that creates a seamless connection between the human-made and nature. His latest project, the incredible […]
February 4, 2020

myfood’s smart greenhouses can grow nearly 900 pounds of produce a year

At CES 2020, French startup myfood presented a smart greenhouse that it says can grow up to 400 kilograms (880 pounds) of organic fruits and vegetables […]
February 4, 2020

Seaweed pavilion encourages environmental conservation at WEF

In the landlocked Swiss town of Davos-Klosters, German designer Julia Lohmann has brought multi-sensory elements of the sea to guests of the World Economic Forum (WEF) […]
February 4, 2020

Why a turtle’s shell is so important | MNN

For a turtle, home isn’t just where the heart is. It’s where the brain, limbs, organs and the spinal cord reside, too. In fact, one of […]
February 4, 2020

White House proposes no penalty for ‘incidental’ killing of migratory birds | MNN

North America is experiencing a “massive reduction in the abundance of birds,” warned a major study last year, part of an even broader mass extinction unfolding […]
February 3, 2020

The ‘world’s worst cat’ just got adopted | MNN

You might think being labeled the “World’s Worst Cat” would be an obstacle to finding a forever home, but not any more Meet Perdita, a rescue […]