… that plants are talking to each other? Or that people are using diapers to see the brain? And you’ve definitely heard that scientists are turning apples into ears… right?
You can discover all of these new innovations and more by hopping into the selection of articles below! Science keeps opening doors, and we’re steppin’ through and bringing you along with us. After you’ve explored all that we’ve curated below… don’t be sad: there are hundreds of more articles right here.
[ Animals ]
Are dinosaurs still around today? You probably know that birds and dinosaurs are evolutionary cousins, but do you know how we know that? Here’s a deeper look at a piece of knowledge we might normally take for granted!
[ Happiness & Hope ]
By Dr. Lynda
Why don’t we know about the awe-inspiring people who are making the world a better place? There is already a movement underway of people working towards a better collective future and you’re already a part of it. This is the Conspiracy of Goodness, the movement all around us just waiting to be celebrated!
By Dr. Lynda
Author George Monbiot has coined a new term – “rewilding” – which may be the key to finding balance with the natural world. You won’t believe the dramatic improvements that nature can manage for itself, once key species are reintroduced. Fascinating!
It isn’t crazy science fiction, in fact, plants are able to communicate to warn each other of danger. You might not smell a freshly mown lawn the same again! Jump into this lovely TED Ed video and find out just how this works!
[ Health ]
By Sam Burns
We’re thinking it’s about time we all give this goop a little more credit for being the amazing innovation it really is!
What if we let creativity and play mix with science? Here’s a lab that is doing just that, and in doing so coming up with incredible discoveries, like the ability to turn apples into ears…
How can we police large swaths of endangered rainforest with something we all have at home? The incredible startup Rainforest Connection is taking our old cell phones and giving them a second life as protectors of some of the most at-risk habitat on the planet!