Articles and researches

February 19, 2020

Australian Aboriginal tale might be the oldest story ever told | MNN

In science, we don’t often give much credence to witness accounts that are told years after the event they describe, for the simple fact that human […]
February 19, 2020

Odor-free Sepura makes home composting easier than ever

If you’ve ever wanted to start composting at home but got put off by the hassle and the smell, the Sepura could be the sustainable solution […]
February 19, 2020

Why poodles are so often misunderstood | MNN

Sometimes it’s tough to get past that pretty face. Poodles often get stereotyped as frou-frou or ditzy, and it’s often just because of their elaborate haircuts. […]
February 19, 2020

Hello Wood unveils tiny cabin that sleeps up to 8 people

Most cabins are designed to let people enjoy a bit of quiet time, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. However, for those social […]
February 19, 2020

Loop could be the major packaging shift we’ve been waiting for | MNN

The packaging for our food and personal products is an unsustainable, garbage-producing mess. Even stuff that’s recyclable mostly isn’t — especially plastics. In all the years […]
February 19, 2020

Bamboo electric bike is designed for Kathmandu locals and tourists

Designer and Fulbright scholar Lance Rake has teamed up with local bamboo builders at Abari in Kathmandu to design an electric cargo bike made out of […]
February 18, 2020

A couple is buying land — and letting it go wild | MNN

Compared to the barren, brown stretch of land that juts up against it, the Singh family’s lot sticks out like a green thumb. In the video […]
February 18, 2020

LEED Gold-targeted office mimics High Line via lush greenery

New York City’s award-winning High Line has attracted yet another sculptural building to its side — 512 West 22nd Street, a contemporary Chelsea office building that […]