Articles and researches

February 24, 2020

Fashion designer Dana Cohen creates unique, recycled fabric garments

It’s no secret that the United States wastes millions of tons of textiles every year. From fast fashion to unsustainable production to consumers simply choosing to […]
February 24, 2020

What is sauna aufguss? | MNN

For an activity that requires so little activity, sitting in a sauna can be surprisingly good for you. Adults who frequent saunas tend to be safer […]
February 24, 2020

Meet the African-American female scientists who helped launch the space race | MNN

For decades, most Americans had never heard of Katherine Johnson. That all changed after the film “Hidden Figures” was released in 2016. The movie, which is […]
February 24, 2020

Innovative food tracker uses app to help you live zero-waste

Industrial designers Altino Alex and Savin Dimov have just unveiled an innovative product geared towards helping families around the world reduce their food waste. The Bubble Food Tracker is an app-controlled food […]
February 24, 2020

Most plastics in our recycling bins aren’t getting recycled, new report finds | MNN

Most recycling programs accept plastics labelled 1 through 7, but in the vast majority of cases, only #1 (PET) and #2 (HDPE) actually get recycled, a […]
February 22, 2020

Why Germany’s little gardens are a way of life | MNN

Scattered throughout Germany are collections of what look like tiny houses surrounded by well-kept gardens. But people don’t live in these small structures with flourishing yards. […]
February 22, 2020

46,000-year-old frozen bird uncovered in Siberia | MNN

Fossil ivory hunters who found a well-preserved bird carcass in northeastern Siberia thought it was only a day or so old. Turns out, it was about […]
February 21, 2020

Glowing rabbit made of 3D-printed polycarbonate pops up in a Dutch pond

Early last year, Dutch artist Titia Ex presented the North Holland town of Heemskerk with an unusual gift — a massive glowing rabbit sculpture set inside […]