Where You Can Live On The Moon

Researchers at Purdue University are designing a moon habitat whose surprising location makes it resilient and safe.

Why the MLB Gender Grade Is a C

With two masters degrees and a Cardinals internship on her resume, Rachel Balkovec was ignored by 15 baseball teams when she applied for a coaching job. Then though, she applied as Rae, and got a ton of responses… until they…

How We Used To Use Our Time

Released during June, the 2020 American Time Use Survey (ATUS) gives us the perfect opportunity to see the impact of working remotely.

Why It’s Tough to Make a Movie During a Pandemic

Similar to schools and businesses, the reopening cost of making a movie safely during the coronavirus pandemic requires extra people, time, and money.

What We Will Miss in the Mall

Looking at the first shopping mall and its evolution, we can see how its original concept will now be turned upside down.

A Tale of Two (Very Different) Restaurants

Thinking of a post-coronavirus world, two restaurants in New York City have a very different vision of what how business will change.

The Best Way to Social Distance at a Restaurant

Except for one very clever Amsterdam eatery, the restaurant industry has been hit exceedingly hard by the coronavirus lockdown.

Why We Worry About “Murder Hornets”

When thousands of decapitated bees were found in a Washington state hive, we began worrying about the impact of murder hornets on the bee population.

What You Might See on a Ghost Flight

Called ghost flights, empty passenger jets are being redeployed for freight although their seats and cargo holds are not ideal.

How Golf is Like Dior Perfume

From Dior to GM, when we look at golf, sanitizer, and ventilators, the production changes necessitated by the coronavirus depends on the factory.