Imagine a kayak commute, or taking a break to try out the office climbing wall. At one Bay Area office of the company that includes The North Face, employees are kept happy by being kept active and outdoorsy.
By studying the genetic record for clues as to how the bears managed to adapt to the frozen North, scientists hope to find hints about how they might re-adapt to a much warmer home.
The new documentary features interviews with students struggling to stay in school, as inspiration for those thinking of dropping out.
A new bill in California would force food producers to disclose if any genetically engineered ingredients were in what you eat. Is the law common sense or simply trying to hold back the future of food?
The blackened spots of discarded gum that dot city streets are an unpleasant icon of urban life. Cities expend a lot of time and energy to try to clean them up, but now they may not have to: A new kind of gum is specifically designed to come off sidewalks with ease.
The longer something lasts, the less time it spends as trash. And this locally sourced, durable pen is an object lesson in how it’s better to buy a few expensive things rather than a lot of cheap stuff.
The grocery store can be a daunting place. But armed with these handy apps, you can make informed decisions about which foods are doing the least damage to your body and the environment, and buy accordingly.