The Drip Feed is a slow release resource where we share all our favourite articles on the world of plants
Physics and Biology boffins can now hook up some serious collaborations knowing that Quantum Theory applies to photosynthesis!
Turbocharging photosynthesis could be the best way to increase crop yields to help feed an ever expanding global population!
University of Queensland has conducted a long term study, showing that having more plants in the office increases your quality of life and productivity. Green offices have far happier and healthier employees.
Danish town Roskilde has a handsome looking new power plant that uses local waste to produce carbon-neutral energy.
According to mycologist Dr G.M. Mueller, fungi are not only the backbone of our global ecosystems but are also the original hipsters!
Plant-e are on the way to turning your lawn, your green roof or your local rice paddy into a mini power plant! The Dutch scientists behind it are developing products that use living plants to generate electricity.
David Benjamin and his design firm, The Living, used bio-bricks made from corn waste and mycelium (mushroom roots) to create The Hy-Fi Tower at MOMA PS1. It is the worlds first mushroom building!
Mark West is a pioneer in the development of fabric-formed concrete structures. This lecture explains how he engineers his structurally sound and beautiful concrete creations.
The 202020 Vision is an Australian campaign, which aims to have 20% more green spaces within our urban areas by 2020. It’s an incredible resource for finding out about massive and micro scale green-thumbed projects throughout the country.
We saw fungi master Paul Stamets speak a few years ago. He reigns supreme in the world of myco-nerdiness, and claims that mushies will help save the world!
Getting your compost on is about as fun as life gets. The Plant Hunter uses both flora and fauna to produce rich soil from organic waste.
Honey bees are hard working and humble. Assemble Papers explains why they are essential to our urban environment and the future of our food.
There is plenty of nature within the concrete jungle, Assemble Papers explains how it’s important for your well being to connect with it.
The CAM Cycle is the reason why you want your Mother-in-Law (‘s Tongue) next to your bed, not in it!
Did you know the brake fern just happens to be a life saving water filter? Dezeen believes this is the idea that will change the world.