Articles and researches

May 19, 2020

CX Landscape proposes futuristic coastal park in response to climate change

Australia-based CX Landscape has unveiled designs for Sea Line Park, a conceptual project to link the eastern and western inner suburbs of Melbourne with a linear […]
May 19, 2020

How dating during the pandemic is the same — and how it’s not | MNN

Get in the right frame of mind before your call so you can enjoy it and be yourself. (Photo: F Armstrong Photography/Shutterstock.com) This isn’t the first […]
May 19, 2020

Disney releases retro tees using bottles from the parks

Creating clothing fibers from recycled plastic is nothing new, but when a name like Disney is involved, it’s hard not to have childlike enthusiasm over the efforts. Disney, […]
May 19, 2020

Researchers thought these metallic blue bees were extinct — until they saw them in Florida | MNN

An extremely rare blue bee has been spotted in Central Florida, a discovery that thrilled researchers who suspected the insect might have become instinct. Last recorded […]
May 18, 2020

Most of the time, Dr. Google has no idea what ails you | MNN

Everyone likes a quick medical diagnosis. And no one delivers one faster than Google. Just rattle off your symptoms in a search window — stiff neck, […]
May 18, 2020

The farm-to-food-bank movement rescues pandemic-related food waste

Farmers are burying onions, destroying tomatoes and grinding up heads of lettuce to return to the soil. Dairy workers are dumping milk. These images of food […]
May 18, 2020

Seattle permanently closes 20 miles of street

Seattle recently made bold moves to put pedestrians and cyclists first as the pandemic-induced stay-at-home order creates a new normal. Up to 20 miles of roadways […]
May 18, 2020

Why do cats sit in a taped square or circle? | MNN

Cats are quirky. There’s no question about it. We know they like to hide in boxes and knock things over. They are persnickety about their drinking […]