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Artisan Retreat's 250 sq. ft. handcrafted interior yields a warm welcome

This unique tiny home's thoughtful layout, beautiful details and well-paired materials make it feel like a real haven.

Spiralling thrill ride proposed to help pay for Penn Station makeover

The designers call it "a kinetic monument for public use and enjoyment."

Why cereal just doesn't do it anymore for Millennials

We've outgrown the cereal marketers, in knowledge and in taste. What once appealed no longer satisfies us for a number of reasons.

Why we should never underestimate the intelligence of an octopus

‘They truly are the closest things we have to aliens on this planet in terms of the way their brains are organized and work.’

Bright white LED street lights make you blue

The American Medical Association warns of the harmful human and environmental effects of high intensity street lighting.

Climate change may soon diminish crop yields

Rising temperatures are posing a threat to global food security.

Classon is "the world's most intelligent helmet." But is this what cyclists need?

Riding a bike should be, well, as easy as riding a bike. Why is everyone trying to make it so complicated?

Nest thermostat now helps users avoid peak electricity rates

The smart thermostat will help people save even more money and help utilities curb peak demand loads.

UK company transforms old jeans into stylish sunglasses

This is repurposing at its best, when old or damaged jeans are turned into the coolest pair of sunglasses you'll ever own.

Secret weakness of Zika virus exposed

Using the newest scientific tools, the time needed to find out how best to fight an evolving pandemic has been greatly shortened

BuzzCloud wants to take the sting out of urban beekeeping with its iBuzzHive

By integrating a suite of sensors, including a hi-def video camera, into a 3D-printed beehive, this project aims to help urban beekeepers more closely monitor their colonies without needing to open the hives.

Ultra-thin solar cell is flexible enough to wrap around a pencil

The super flexible solar cell could be used on just about any surface.

It's going to be a 'slow parenting' kind of summer

Without an activity-filled schedule, my kids and I will be free to do what we please for the next ten weeks, complete with plenty of beneficial boredom.

Composting toilets are replacing the plastic portapotties

The big Glastonbury music festival is getting new composting loos

South Koreans turn to greener household products in wake of tragedy

It has taken far too many deaths and illnesses to make this germ-phobic nation realize the hidden dangers lurking in household products, but now that awareness has been generated, real change is underway.

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