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A guide to hot springs in the Canadian Rockies

You've probably heard of the Banff Hot Springs, but what about Miette and Radium? These are worth a visit!

What living in Sardinia taught me about the Mediterranean Diet

My expectations for great nutrition and an exemplary lifestyle were, surprisingly, disappointed.

How do you charge your electric car if you don't have a parking spot?

This could be a big impediment to the acceptance of electric cars in cities, where we need them most.

Another look at Herzog and de Meuron's shark-jumping condo

I said about it: " We can't, as a society, afford to build like this any more." Apparently we can and do.

Spacious lounge is the heart of the tiny Ampersand House

Rather than capping it with a loft, this hand-crafted tiny house has a full-height sitting area that feels quite comfortable.

Calgary city councillors discuss returning fluoride to water supply

One study and a pile of anecdotal evidence has shown that perhaps the decision to remove fluoride in 2011 wasn't such a great idea.

Virgin Atlantic: Recycled steel emissions could power its planes

Steel creates a lot of emissions. So does aviation. What if one could piggy back off the other?

London's first Design Biennale has a utopian theme

London's Design Biennale wants to show how to make the world a better place...

Photo: The caterpillar we can't get over

The fancy beauty that could have served as muse to Victorian milliners.

Researchers weave a new fabric that can harvest energy from the sun and motion

By weaving photoanodes and triboelectric nanogenerators into cloth, researchers have created a "hybrid power textile."

Create flexible office & home furniture with 3D printed PlayWood connectors

Do-it-yourself furniture is simplified with this collection of connectors that let you make your own reusable furniture.

When beans save dinner

Who needs meat when you've got a can of beans in the pantry?

Computer program creates city tree inventories

Using satellite and Google maps images, the program can count and identify the city's trees.

Danish Council on Ethics releases its report on beef as a 'climate damaging food'

The report argues why a beef tax would be an effective step toward curbing greenhouse gas emissions and why we should all be paying more for climate-damaging foods.

How expensive is your shower?

The cost of showering ranges widely from dirt-cheap in China and Bulgaria to exorbitantly expensive in Papua New Guinea and India.

90% of house dust filled with toxic chemicals

Comprehensive study digs into house dust and finds many chemicals that are linked to serious health problems.

New imaging technique sees inside lithium batteries

A new way to see inside batteries in real time as they go through charging cycles could help prevent battery fires and increase battery lifespans

Photo: Dazzling blue bee visits the firebush

Florida's beautiful Frenchman's Forest Natural Area sets the stage for our photo of the day.

This plug-and-play faucet attachment reduces water use by 98%

The Altered:Nozzle turns tap water into a fine mist to radically reduce the amount of water needed for many common tasks.

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