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Toronto illustrator Sarah Lazarovic's Buyerarchy of Needs urges people to consider other options before hitting the mall.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is what the transition looks like.
Cue tropical escape fantasy sequence.
Researchers are pouring over an important medieval medical text with 360 recipes, many of which might have successfully fought infection long before modern science.
Why wait sixty days? with Travis Fisher writing it, the result is a foregone conclusion.
This is fashion with compassion -- beautiful footwear that causes no harm to animals and minimal damage to the planet.
Building with blocks and construction toys is a great unstructured activity for kids, and Ollies Wooden Blocks are a superb new addition to the category.
In space, nobody can hear you complain about cyclists.
The overhaul now includes the Voyager feature for deep exploration, not just satellite views.
It's that time of year when conscious shoppers remember the Rana Plaza tragedy and unite in their efforts to demand greater safety, fairness and transparency in the fashion industry.
These delicately formed hand-crank and motor-activated art installations blossom and grow perpetually.
The world’s forests already have a lot on their plate: Providing flood protection, drinking water purification, lumber, and recreation, plus habitat for about half the world’s mammals, birds and insects.
Combined with larger batteries and more driver experience, range anxiety may soon be a thing of the past.
Our tongue-twisting photo of the day comes from Quebec, Canada.
This prototypical house acts as an active interface between its inhabitants and the outside.
The Tender e-trike is like a bike in the back and a van in the front, and is currently being trialed for grocery deliveries by a Dutch supermarket chain.
Car seats go from being lifesavers to dust accumulators in a few short years, creating a huge trash problem. What's a parent to do?
A new study counts the ocean’s animals that make their own light, resulting in a profound conclusion.
When humans colonize planets beyond Earth, they'll need to be able to make their own tools.
A new survey by UMTRI finds that we are still dreaming.