Stunning photos showcasing the diverse collection of landscapes found across the planet.
The name “Epupa” is a Herero word for “foam”, in reference to the foam created by the falling water.
Scientists from the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program have discovered bacteria, viruses and fungi living over 1.5 miles under the ocean floor in thick sedimentary rock, which dates back over 100m years. The lifeforms are only just surviving though, reproducing once every 10,000 years or so. Nevertheless the discovery raises questions over where life on Earth can survive.
Honey is awesome, and we’re not talkin’ just the taste. It can do things no other food can do! Anthony dishes on this magical golden treat.
For her diploma project at the École cantonale d’art de Lausanne in Switzerland, product designer Qiyun Deng created a beautiful set of utensils and and serving bowls made from bioplastic PLA, a material most often derived from vegetable fats, oils, or starches.
Vegetables are a fixed part of human daily diet. When you buy them in the grocery store you usually only pay attention to how they look. But have you ever wondered from where in fact they come from?