Articles and researches

April 16, 2020

Why Americans may have it all wrong when it comes to bidets

The basic bidet product idea began in the late 1600s and has continued to advance over the years throughout the world. However, the United States has […]
April 16, 2020

1,000-year-old cherry tree blooms in Japan with few people watching | MNN

Almost every spring, thousands of tourists line a walkway that winds up a path and around the base of a monstrous cherry tree in Miharu, Japan. […]
April 16, 2020

Serpentine roof tops a solar-powered community center in Western Sydney

Sydney-based architectural firm Carter Williamson Architects has completed the Woodcroft Neighborhood Center, a civic building that unites the culturally diverse Western Sydney community. Designed to replace […]
April 16, 2020

Gomi portable chargers repurpose plastic waste and batteries

Not all plastic is recyclable. In the UK, flexible plastic consisting of plastic bags, bubble wrap and pallet wrap are not accepted by local councils for […]
April 15, 2020

A lot of weird science goes into making bread | MNN

These days, everyone is slinging a bread recipe. And that should come as no surprise considering how long we’ve been living under the shadow of a […]
April 15, 2020

Why copper is so good at killing super bugs (and regular bacteria, too) | MNN

Copper’s health benefits have been known for ages — literally. One of the oldest medical books in the world, the 5,000-year-old Smith Papyrus, details how copper […]
April 15, 2020

Solar-powered timber home in Chile embraces ocean views

Earlier this year, Chilean architecture firm Cristobal Vial Arquitectos completed Casa Rural #01, a solar-powered holiday home oriented for views of the Pacific Ocean and optimal […]
April 15, 2020

This off-grid tiny home on wheels features a cool laundry chute

Australian design firm HÄUSLEIN created this gorgeous tiny home on wheels that not only lets you live out your tiny living dreams but even makes it […]