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It's down to the wire at the annual shed competition; we look at a few.
Our reader photo of the day reminds us of what a wild world the ocean has to offer.
Instead of just catching indoor air pollutants, the Molekule device is claimed to actually destroy them by breaking them down into harmless elements.
Want to know if you can go solar? Now there's a good chance you can easily find out.
People want big SUVs and pickups, not little fuelsippers. What's a car maker to do?
Contrary to what their name suggests, a comprehensive new UN report on marine plastics confirms that most biodegradable plastics don't break down in the ocean.
It's one of the largest motion-sensor camera set-ups ever put in place and will reveal a wealth of information about the state's wildlife.
Some say baby powder is carcinogenic, others say it's not. Either way, why mess around with a questionable product that is non-essential?
A group called the Public Health Collaboration challenges much of the official dietary advice backed by the government, leading to outrage.
Skittish of creeping crawling critters? Welcome to your nightmare. For the rest of, a time to marvel!
The interior of this lovely apartment is enlarged and made more multifunctional with some effective small space ideas.
An extra-long Sprinter van is transformed into an incognito home on wheels, with a hammock desk.
The #1 most-used herbicide in the world is in you, me, and our pee. Should we do something?
The small gardens are new and innovative and changing the way we look at them.
Where's the flying car we were promised? Romania.
Michael Janzen comes up with an interesting and elegant design. But is it safe?
This prototype for an energy-efficient home uses locally abundant natural materials, and incorporates traditional building techniques.
What the calliope hummingbird lacks in size, it makes up for in moxie.
Your sunscreen may be doing more harm than good, as some 75% of sunscreens either fail to live up to their claims or contain sketchy ingredients.
It learns your usage patterns but can do a lot more.