Articles and researches

May 7, 2020

10 ways to celebrate Mother’s Day virtually in 2020

With the majority of the country continuing to observe social distancing and shelter-in-place laws, families are beginning to face a new normal of interacting for the […]
May 7, 2020

Don’t blame bats for their zoonotic viruses | MNN

Bats have an image problem even when they aren’t linked to a pandemic. Some people resent them for occasionally inhabiting attics and chimneys, for example, while […]
May 6, 2020

Hitch is a reusable water bottle and coffee cup in one

Coffee is a popular start to the day for millions of people. There’s nothing quite like the scent of coffee wafting through the air and that […]
May 6, 2020

No fossil fuels are burned to run this jet engine | MNN

A prototype for a new jet engine promises to fly passengers halfway around the world — without burning fossil fuels. The engine, developed at the Institute […]
May 6, 2020

‘Rebel botanists’ use sidewalk chalk to help people connect with nature | MNN

When Sophie Leguil hits the streets near her home in London, she’s armed with sidewalk chalk. The French ecologist and botanist is one of an army […]
May 6, 2020

Record high amount of microplastic found on seafloors

Researchers in a new U.K.-led study found a staggering volume of microplastics on the seafloor. At up to 1.9 million pieces on a single square meter, it’s […]
May 6, 2020

Bace presents Rotofarm, an automated garden for your kitchen

There’s never been a better time to grow your own herbs and veggies at home, but limited space is a common issue, especially in urban areas. […]
May 6, 2020

Climate change could lead to dramatic decline in narwhals

Climate change is affecting everybody, even narwhals. These mysterious “unicorns of the sea” may decline by 25% by the end of this century, according to a […]