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A modern timber and glass structure connects the more traditional stone-walled buildings at either end of this house in the Scottish highlands, designed by architects Stuart Archer and Liz Marinko (+ slideshow). (more…)
There's nowhere else to go MWC 2015  Before you read this, or any phone news at all this week, keep in mind one statistic. According to Strategy Analytics, for every Great British pound of profit made in the entire smartphone industry, Apple pocketed 89 pence. Everyone else is left with 11.7 pence. Everyone. In an industry that generates $300bn in wholesale revenue, everyone except Apple is scram
As the number of stored procedures increases in a database, the burden of managing those stored procedures increases, too. On a production database, thousands of procedures are executed daily, so you are required to know why a stored procedure failed at a certain time. This can be done by implementing error logging and reporting within […]
Scientists have developed targeted, biodegradable nano "drones" to deliver anti-inflammatory drugs that heal and stabilize arterial plaque in mice. Their work could pave the way for more effective prevention of heart attack and stroke in humans caused by atherosclerosis, in which artery walls thicken and suffer reduced plasticity due to an accumulation of white blood cells... Continue Reading Dr
skate and surf artist jimbo phillips told about his influences and work process. The post interview with artist jimbo phillips appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
You've probably heard about pens with conductive ink, that allow users to draw circuits onto materials such as paper. Now, researchers at the University of California, San Diego have gone a step or two farther – they've created "bio-inks" that could be used to draw sensors onto a variety of surfaces, using an ordinary ballpoint pen... Continue Reading Bio-inks allow sensors to be drawn onto skin
the client, a climbing conditioning studio founded by celebrity trainer jason walsh, wanted something to aid with his high-impact fitness regiments. The post SOFTlab creates immersive climbing experience in hollywood’s rise nation appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
At GDC 2015, Swen Vincke, creative director of the critically acclaimed co-op role-playing game Divinity: Original Sin, described how the game brought Larian Studios back from the brink of disaster. ...
It's a simple fact that the more fluid an oil is, the easier it is to pump. That's why oil companies typically heat sections of pipeline, to reduce the viscosity of the crude oil traveling within. Generating that heat still requires a fair amount of energy, however, plus the oil's reduced viscosity produces turbulence it its flow. Temple University's Prof. Rongjia Tao has developed what may be a
the french-american artist has comprised his '365 self-portrait project' using everyday scenes for the composition's backdrop -- a supermarket, park and museum hallways. The post mickael jou’s gravity-defying dance series captures ballet mid-move appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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