Articles and researches

April 29, 2020

Behold, the most detailed map of the moon ever created | MNN

Sometimes, when we see an old friend in a new light, we barely recognize her. And certainly, the moon’s face, at least its near side, is […]
April 28, 2020

We can’t lie to our kids about how stressed we are during this pandemic | MNN

You may think you’re hiding your anxiety, but kids pick up on more than you think. (Photo: Gargonia/Shutterstock) In a world turned upside-down by pandemic, it’s […]
April 28, 2020

As cities grow, so does the need for urban trees | MNN

It’s easy to rattle off the necessary and wide-ranging tasks that trees perform in urban areas. They’re unarguably invaluable. Trees are air-scrubbing, temperature-cooling, mood-improving, flood-mitigating machines. […]
April 28, 2020

Planning a low-water garden with expert Guy Banner

For those fortunate enough to have some outdoor space, gardening has become a top pandemic activity. It gets people outdoors doing something constructive while maintaining social distancing. You […]
April 28, 2020

How to start a cutting garden | MNN

Many homeowners face a dilemma when it comes to having lush beds of blooming flowers and shrubs. They want to have vases of blooms indoors, but […]
April 28, 2020

ODA designs an “urban experiment” masterplan for Chengdu

On the invitation of the Chengdu government, New York-based architecture firm ODA has created a visionary new masterplan for the southwestern Chinese city. Spanning 1 million […]
April 28, 2020

Florida Aquarium captures baby coral breakthrough on video

The Florida Aquarium announced a breakthrough that may help save America’s Great Barrier Reef. Scientists at the Tampa-based aquarium have successfully reproduced ridged cactus coral for […]
April 28, 2020

Inspiring rammed earth hospital brings affordable care to rural Nepal

An inspiring beacon of humanitarian architecture has arrived to one of the poorest and most remote regions of Nepal — the new Bayalpata Hospital in Accham. […]