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Midcentury church in Quebec is converted to a library

Dan Hanganu mixes the modern with the even more modern, totally respectful of the original.

College students' annual pilgrimage -- No, it's not to Daytona

No beaches here, but rather some trail-building to protect Utah's Greater Canyonlands.

How Astral Nature redesigns their bed to fit yök Casa + Cultura eco-criteria

Astral Nature has the perfect mattresses: all natural ingredients and locally made just outside Barcelona. However, at yök Casa + Cultura we also needed an eco base. Luckily, Astral made some changes to theirs. The result: green beds, such luxury!

This app uses social media posts and crowdsourcing to map sick zone locations

Functioning like a weather forecast for sickness, Sickweather may make it easier to avoid areas where people are reporting cases of the flu and other illnesses.

Decapitated snake kills man

An article you can really sink your teeth into

Will the next war with Canada be a fight over water?

200 years ago yesterday, the British burned down the White House. Here's why things could get tense again.

2 Tesla owners take full-page ad to ask for new features, Elon Musk says he'll do it

Safety features that should be on all vehicles to save countless lives for just a few extra dollars per vehicle...

With a flash of light, new technology automatically sorts plastics for recycling

The technique developed by German researchers quickly identifies plastic types so that they can be more efficiently recycled.

Attention, ladies! Instant noodles are bad for your heart

A new study identifies the negative effect of instant noodles on women's cardiovascular health.

Massive river bed installed in a Danish museum

Olafur Eliasson is back with another environmental project on a giant scale.

Photo: Polka-dot spider with spikes

This Harvestman spider from Ecuador has fascinating markings.

Man to live on melting iceberg for one year to urge climate change action (Video)

To highlight the accelerating disappearance of Arctic sea ice, this man plans to survive alone on a melting iceberg for up to one year.

Investing in the hardest working body of water in the world

A unique partnership has created an incredible opportunity to help rehabilitate the Gulf region.

Photo: Morning mists in a Swedish forest

The woods of Södermanland, an area of Sweden located on the southeastern coast.

19 Fall garden ideas, projects, and tips to extend your harvest

The end of summer doesn't have to mean the end of gardening for the year. Extend your harvest with these projects, tips, and ideas for your fall garden.

Whooshh: No dam problem with the salmon cannon

A cannon may be the solution for preventing further decline of salmon poulations

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