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the little moments hold infinite possibilities. The post curiosity, fear and love forever captured in the fields of old brushes and felt appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
You definitely don't want to be on the receiving end of a lightning strike, but in the right doses the stuff may have a healing effect. A new study from Tel Aviv University suggests that the electromagnetic fields given off by lightning activity around the world could protect living cells from certain kinds of damage, which may have had implications for the evolution of life on Earth... Co
Although exercise is usually the best way of building muscle, there are cases where people need a little help – such people can include those who are frail, or are laid up by injuries. That's where a new prototype device could come in, that uses magnetic fields to "fool" muscles into thinking they're being used... Continue Reading Device uses magnetic fields to increase muscle strength Ca
ademas arquitectura introduces the renovation of a derelict house overlooking a public soccer field. The post sports center and private loft overlook soccer fields in buenos aires appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Toxic algae blooms can be nasty, killing fish, other wildlife and sometimes even people. One of the main causes of such blooms is excessive amounts of fertilizer running off of fields and into waterways. A new type of buried sensor, however, could help address that situation... Continue Reading Sensors buried in farmers' fields may help prevent algae blooms Category: Environment Tags:
Besides superfluous features like touchscreens and internal cameras, basic refrigerator technology hasn't changed much in decades. They still chill your milk by way of chemical refrigerants and compressors, and are notorious drains on your electricity bill. Now researchers in Europe have shown promising early results with an experimental cooling system that uses magnetic fields and shape-s
the resulting form emerges as a singular gesture, carved into the landscape and uniting the diverse functions of the visitor center under one elongated roof. The post VAARO + gabriel fain’s barilla visitor center in parma features a wheat fields on the roof appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Lancashire County CouncilThe UK's recent heatwave has provided a glimpse into Britain's history, revealing the outlines of ancient structures and buried features in the grounds of historical buildings. The UK is home to multiple known prehistoric structures, but these new "phantom" henges are different, their presence only perceptible due to changes in grass color caused by drought. In a prolonge
Alongside its many other amazing abilities, spider silk has been seen to carry the arachnids thousands of miles through the air, like balloons. It's long been thought that this phenomenon was simply a case of the wind picking them up, but a new study has found that the creatures are actually making use of atmospheric electric fields instead... Continue Reading Flying spiders are tapping in


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