A company is taking sustainability to a whole new level with eco-friendly cleaning products that are made from food waste.
This New Prosthetic Eye Will Allow People to Actually See the World
A new bionic eye has the ability to restore some people's eyesight.
Vikings Were Punished for Not Living Sustainably
When an ecosystem changes, the creatures that live in it are forced to either adapt or perish. The ancient Vikings would have told you all about it if they could.
This Ancient Scorpion Was One of the First Air Breathers on the Planet
The Parioscorpio Venator used to walk the earth during the early Silurian period, more than 400 million years ago.
How Much Skin-Care Is Too Much Skin-Care?
There are so many things our skin meets on a daily basis, which leads to a market flooded with skin-care products.
The Secrets of Saturn
Take a second to learn a little about Saturn and then flex your astronomy muscles in front of your friends.
The Hanging Gardens of Mexico City
Other than making those pillars look prettier, covering them with plants have other advantages.
Now It’s Proven — Recycling Makes You Attractive
According to a 2018 research, self-proclaimed recyclers are perceived as more attractive than non-recyclers.
Alfred Wegener and the Tectonic Plates Theory
Looking at the world map, Ortelius noticed that the west side of Africa and the East coast of South America look like two puzzle pieces separated by the Atlantic Ocean.
Meet the Extinct Australian Lion
A recent excavation in Australia reveals the remains of an extinct marsupial lion that dates back 23 million years ago.