Articles and researches

March 16, 2020

Why is mindfulness beneficial for your health? | MNN

Focus on your breath. Listen to your body. Notice your emotions, but don’t judge them. These are a few of the cues routinely used to induce […]
March 16, 2020

Open-air Destination Crenshaw museum celebrates the heart of black Los Angeles

At the close of Black History Month, over 2,000 community members, business owners and artists gathered for the groundbreaking of Destination Crenshaw, an outdoor cultural experience […]
March 16, 2020

Coronavirus and its impact on carbon emissions

As people cut back on traveling and the global economy slows, carbon emissions have dropped significantly, most notably in China. Unfortunately, reducing carbon emissions at the […]
March 16, 2020

Scientists don’t know why Polaris is so weird | MNN

Humans have long relied on the starry sky to push into new frontiers, sail to the very edge of the world and find their way back […]
March 13, 2020

5 math holidays that everyone should know about | MNN

If today were Mole Day, we’d give you a pass if you thought it was a celebration of the small burrowing rodent. Mole Day is only […]
March 13, 2020

7 odd facts about pi | MNN

While sequential dates are appealing to number nuts and the superstitious, March 14 takes date-play a step further. The month and day (3/14) that represent the […]
March 13, 2020

Why shutting down for coronavirus matters | MNN

Schools and offices are closed. There are no sports or concerts to attend. Restaurants, stores and churches are ghost towns. And there’s a cap and gown […]
March 13, 2020

Cheops Observatory frames views of the Great Pyramid of Giza

Earth bricks, upcycled materials and local craftsmanship combine in the Cheops Observatory, a new residence designed by Paris-based architecture firm Studio Malka. Located within the ancient […]