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Photo: Who who, us?

Few birds are as sage and majestic as the great horned owl.

How music can help cancer patients

A new study finds that music helps alleviate symptoms of anxiety, pain and fatigue in cancer patients, while also boosting their quality of life.

Baby stroller and carrier mishaps cause 2 injuries per hour

Surprising new study reveals that over 21 years, 361,000 young kids were treated in US emergency rooms for stroller- or carrier-related injuries.

Effective frequency in sustainable messaging

In our mission to close the “green-gap” through sustainable messaging, every bit of insight counts.

World's biggest offshore wind farm gets green light in UK

The 1.8 GW project adds on to other large wind farms planned for the British coast.

Nutritional study links red meat to higher mortality

A new study compares the effects of animal and plant proteins, particularly on people whose health is already compromised by various risk factors.

Lightweight TigerMoth winged camper adapts to nimble travelers

Designed by a NASA engineer, this tiny camper packs a lot of smart space-saving features that distinguishes it from ordinary teardrop trailers.

Photo: The elegance of an elephant

Add grace to the many traits possessed by the pulchritudinous pachyderm.

7 healthy foods that can be harmful when eaten too frequently

Arsenic? Mercury? Oh my. Some of the healthiest foods contain dastardly ingredients that should only be consumed in moderation, if at all.

Offshore wind moves a step closer for North Carolina

It's about time we started catching up with Europe on this front.

Taking back the streets: Citizen activism works sometimes, and social media makes it a lot faster.

In Toronto, a restaurant took over so-called public space for a private patio. The story of how the public got it back.

This tiny black rectangle disinfects water in minutes

The nanotech device uses solar energy to quickly make water drinkable.

Let your kids pack their own school lunches

With minimal assistance, kids can easily take over the most dreaded school morning chore. What are you waiting for?

Butterply: Digitally fabricated multipurpose desk is assembled without screws (Video)

Featuring an interlocking system that's inspired by traditional Japanese joinery, this desk also has a swappable, modular system for organizing your stuff.

Airplane chemtrails conspiracy theories discredited by experts

Can we get these dedicated conspiracy theorists working on changing the real threats we face?

US Army reaches $1bn in energy savings

In less than 5 years, the army has slashed costs by working with utilities.

Photo: Yosemite Valley draped in perfect light

Take one of the world's most beautiful places, add dappled sunlight, voila.

How to tell if a tomato is ripe without wrecking it

Don't paw the produce! Over fondling of delicate items like tomatoes and avocados at the market hurts them and adds to food waste.

The race to the most affordable e-bike is heating up: MATE folding electric bike

A few years ago, an e-bike would have set you back a few grand, but a new cohort of electric bikes, such as the MATE, is pushing the cost down to well below $1000.

What would our cities be like if all our cars were electric?

It doesn't solve every problem, but it would make a huge difference.

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