Time-lapse photography reveals corals as vicious predators, Bay Area fog as a rapid river, and so much more.
Reshaping our views of the misshapen.
Do you know these street artists? You should.
Transform your abode with these 8 imaginative themes.
Does practice make perfect?
Check the skies on October 19.
Watch the skies for a lunar eclipse, a solar eclipse, a comet threatening Mars, and more.
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Caffeine won't be the only reason you love coffee. Arthur Kay and his team at Bio Bean have developed the technology to convert coffee grounds into a uniquely sustainable, clean source of renewable energy.
Will fresh veggies replace hot dogs at baseball games?
Living near leafy areas can provide perks you don’t even realize you’re getting, from lower blood pressure to lower crime rates.
Reef-building corals have found new refuge in Hurricane Hole.
Instead of filling our landfills with toxic animal poop, these innovative solutions might be another way to deal with the grubby facts of life.
The odds of you winning one of these lotteries are lower than any other park in America.
An ethical burger for vegans and vegetarians.
Toymaker Lego cuts its sponsorship ties with oil-giant Shell.
How do you get rid of them? And what about the bottles?
Your feelings about composite wood may turn on how much you like formaldehyde.
The moon will block out a section of the sun on October 23.
Oil-giant BP wants us to think the Gulf of Mexico is doing just fine. Too bad we’re so willing to go along.
From zombies to ghosts, these caverns are haunted by creepy stories. Do you dare visit?
The eclipse of the Full Hunter's Moon will have a bonus feature for observers.
Sierra's eco-expert gives fresh tips for the college-bound.
Spot urban birds of prey and learn what they indicate about your city's ecosystem.
Some cycling advocates think that if we stopped wearing helmets the U.S. could be more like Copenhagen. Maybe we should just learn Danish instead!
Caution to the fainthearted: This rock climbing documentary features swearing, drug use, and counterculture.
You’ve got to give your brain a vacation. Seriously, science says so.
Patagonia targets political inactivity with its "Vote the Environment" campaign.