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Sediment layers in rock or tree rings can hold clues to what the environment was like at different times in the past – and the same idea may even apply to your own teeth. Scientists at New York University have found that the material that makes up tooth roots preserves a lifelong record of stresses on the body, such as childbirth, illness, and even prison time.Continue ReadingCategory: Biology, S
as you practice social distancing, here are some ways you can explore arts and culture from the comfort of your own home. The post a guide to live-streamed and online arts and culture events whilst social distancing appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Activision Blizzard has officially called off all scheduled Overwatch League events for the months of March and April, a decision made in light of the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic. ...
A number of major game companies including Microsoft and Ubisoft will look to host digital events this summer after E3 2020 was canceled earlier today. ...
The latest new tool to launch under Steam Labs builds on some of the concepts put forth in the platform's Steam Library redesign by putting news posts, updates, and events front and center in the News Hub. ...
The newly forged partnership also sees Activision Blizzard using Google Cloud as its 'preferred provider' for game hosting infrastructure moving forward. ...
From the Riot walkout to Activision Blizzard's big layoffs, Gamasutra looks back and reflects on some of the more impactful events to happen in the game industry during 2019. ...
LoyalFree founder Sophie Hainsworth  picks her favourite apps for finding local events, including Skiddle and Eventbrite… With new technology, finding out what is going on in your local area has […] The post 6 Great Apps to Help You Find Local Events appeared first on ShinyShiny.
If you're managing security at a large outdoor event, then it's important that you know where all of your staff are – at all times. A new system developed at Germany's Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology is designed to let users do just that, and it doesn't require a mobile phone network... Continue Reading Fraunhofer tech tracks security workers at big events Category
With the London Festival of Architecture kicking off today, Dezeen's deputy editor Tom Ravenscroft picks out the 10 best things in the programme, including a colourful pavilion at Dulwich Picture Gallery and Patrick Schumacher talking about affordable housing. Read more


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