Hiking the Appalachian trail is an ambitious endeavor for even the most experienced outdoors person, but it’s especially impressive with a baby in tow. On 20 March, Bekah and Derrick Quirin will embark
Smoothies equal the go-to breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack, or post-workout drink we all wish we had more time to make. Somehow fresh ingredients that are actually in season make that seemingly difficult
A four-man documentary film crew from the US and Germany is currently trekking and filming the 3000 km Greater Patagonia Trail, a linked route that runs north-south down Chilean and Argentinian Patagonia.
The Super Bowl is this weekend, which means it's a good time to start thinking about easy, crowd-pleasing snacks to make. We asked Pinterest to help us find some of the most popular recipes out there.
New map and video show that urbanization is not as modern a concept as you might think. When talking about Science and the City, I’m often asked about the earliest days of urbanization – when and where
Unhealthy and even hazardous air pollution blankets a large portion of the world today, a real-time air pollution map provided by Berkeley Earth shows. The map reports objective numerical values for air
Media server software Plex, which helps you organize your own library of movies, TV shows, photos, and music, is now making it easier to access the content you’ve saved on other cloud storage services
It took the city’s office of historic preservation more than 15 years to make, covers 127,000 buildings, and it’s still not quite finished. If you like history, maps, weird old buildings, and killing on
Maps are flat representations of our spherical planet. I cut open a plastic globe to understand just what it takes to turn a sphere into something flat: My struggle to make a flat map out of the plastic
From the development of the Alberta oil sands to the desertion of Chernobyl, our satellites have been watching. If you've ever been captivated by ants hard at work maintaining their colonies, you may to
This Danish startup is disrupting the DNA industry by putting your body on a subscription model: "It's like the internet
Yusufa Sey, co-founder and CEO of AthGene.AthGene It's the ultimate code. Your DNA. Less than a decade ago, DNA tests would cost millions. Today, the price has dropped dramatically and everybody can get