Articles and researches

April 8, 2020

All it took for these zoo pandas to mate was for humans to go away | MNN

Expectations were sky-high for a couple of giant pandas when they first arrived at Ocean Park more than a decade ago. Staff at the Hong Kong […]
April 8, 2020

Solar-powered innovation center targets LEED Gold in Toronto

Sustainability, indigenous culture and contemporary design come together in Perkins and Will’s design for the new $85 million Centre for Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship (CITE) at […]
April 8, 2020

Not even the most powerful computer can predict what a baby will become | MNN

What is it about the face of a human baby that we find so mesmerizing? We’re not talking about a puppy here — a specimen that’s […]
April 7, 2020

When you can’t think, procrastibake | MNN

To procrastibake is to bake something completely unnecessary to avoid doing something you should be doing or just to avoid the cold hard truth of life […]
April 7, 2020

One of Japan’s most spectacular ancient sky mysteries has been solved | MNN

One of the oldest cold cases in the world — the mystery of a plume of light that burst over the skies of Japan — has […]
April 7, 2020

Abandoned fuel tanks retrofitted for new Shanghai art museum

On the banks of Shanghai’s Huangpu River, Beijing-based practice OPEN Architecture has transformed five giant aviation fuel tanks into Tank Shanghai, a new contemporary art museum and open […]
April 7, 2020

Our food supply system is shaky, but it’s not breaking, say experts | MNN

In the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, grocery store shelves were quickly stripped bare as people raced to stock up on supplies. In addition to […]
April 7, 2020

Bronx Zoo tiger tests positive for coronavirus

Perhaps it’s not surprising that the first known U.S. case of an animal testing positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 in humans, should be […]