Eyes not required: The octopus can "see" light with its skin, scientists discover
Nature blows our minds, once again.
Portland takes a car lane and makes it a mile-long pop-up park
Decades ago a prescient Portland mayor tore down a freeway to make a riverside park in the heart of Portland. Now transportation wonks are taking a traffic lane to expand that park with a pop-up ped and bike lane.
School cafeterias now offering compostable plates at mealtime
Good news! An alliance of the largest school boards in the U.S. has opted to spend a bit more on compostable plates in order to cut down on waste.
Colombia considers unleashing caterpillar army to attack cocaine crops
From the ''what could ever go wrong'' file.
Sustainable interior design highlights from ICFF
Our favorite eco-friendly and ethical products from the 2015 International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York City.
Photo: Water drops collect like gems on dark green Indian cress leaves
An example of "Lotus effect," a self-cleaning property of certain very water-repellant leaves.
Your `raw' almonds probably aren't raw
By law, every commercially grown almond sold in the U.S. must be steam-treated or chemically fumigated. Who knew?
UNplug solar controller aims to help you take your fridge off the grid
Where''s the middle ground between having a small solar charger for your gadgets, and having a rooftop solar array capable of powering your entire house? The UNplug might know.
Californian thieves have graduated from car stereos to 150 lbs Prius battery packsStories 1 - 10 of 3002
No electrocuted thief found yet...