Will Venice become the new Atlantis by 2200? The Coastline Paradox helps you find out how cities, nations, and continents will be affected by global warming.
From the trance-inducing melodies of forest psy to the violent trash metal sounds, Every Noise at Once puts all facets of music at your fingertips.
Although many organizers canceled pride parades and events around the globe due to the pandemic, Pride is still here, and it's queer. It’s only moved online.
The leading British institution has gone virtual and lets you examine a 3D model of the famous dinosaur Dippy, join online talks, and take self-guided tours.
While the pandemic reduced holidays on Earth to a mere fantasy, our solar system has never been more accessible. So plan a trip to the stars – NASA's got you covered.
Defunding is the buzzword that currently dominates the online sphere, but what does it mean? Explore the idea with four intriguing publications.
Though-provoking discussions, stellar performances, and a whole lotta love. The free virtual Bi-Fi Festival has everything you need to enjoy your true colors.
Do you miss visiting museums and galleries just as much as we do? Then become an amateur curator with OWW, a virtual sandbox experience for art connoisseurs.
The top US universities offer free classes that explain the roots of the current protests in America and show what you can do to stand up for social justice.
The platform has unlocked dozens of movies by the pioneers of African American film, including works from Cheryl Dunye, Charles Burnett, or Maya Angelou.