image via wikipedia Many scientists have claimed that there must be more research focused on the consequences of climate change to marine environments. Specialists n
Nanotechnology, the science of working with or creating materials 1 nanometer(a billionth of a meter) large, holds amazing promise for the future, but some studies are suggesting some of these tiny particles can be added to the long list of items that cau
It’s said that when you truly enjoy your job, you can’t wait to get out in the morning, and that going to work feels like going to play a game, or visit a friend. Image from euan_pics on flick
Italian-born Carlotta Brunetti sees environmental art as art in nature. Her installations intensify the viewer’s awareness of space.
By new contributor Marguerite Manteau Rao. If you feel like writing for us, drop us an email! I just read in my local newspaper, the San Jose M
Branislav’s photographs of billboards are hauntingly perfect. Who knew billboards could be something out of a ’70s space film?