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Sauropods – the giant, long-necked dinosaurs like Brachiosaurus – were the largest land animals to ever walk the Earth. As you'd expect, that would put immense strain on the creatures' legs and feet. Now, researchers at Australia's University of Queensland (UQ) have studied sauropod feet and found that the animals may have had an unexpected gait – tiptoeing around like they were wearing hi
A promising new study is documenting the long-term effects of a novel surgical procedure using ultrasound to reduce blood pressure in patients with hypertension. The one-off procedure, called renal denervation, is hoped to offer patients an alternative option to taking hypertension drugs... Continue Reading Positive trial results show ultrasound energy can treat high blood pressure Catego
Our friends over at the Red River Paper Blog have long been producing unique content. It's been a while since we have shared their latest work, so let's see what's been going on. Recently, Arthur H. Bleich wrote about Lotte Jacobi's America. Johanna Alexandra "Lotte" Jacobi was an incredibly accomplished photographer born in Prussia in 1896. After spending a decade in Berlin, Ja
the lightweight structure of the walkway will float six meters above the busy streets in a transparent web-like structure. The post lissoni architettura proposes the ‘high lines’ bridge suspended from buildings in new york appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the traditional school aims to further the values of the festival through courses in music, media, politics, art, architecture, and design. The post denmark’s roskilde festival folk high school completed by MVRDV + COBE appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
We once again found ourselves at the annual Colorado Winter Driving Encounter put on by our friends at Rocky Mountain Redline. The event pit eight vehicles from various manufacturers against the snow and elements of Colorado's high country in the winter. The results were both fun and informative... Continue Reading How do everyday drives handle the snow and ice in Colorado’s high country?
Click here to read the E-M1X Hands-on Part II I have to admit that we didn't see the Olympus E-M1X coming. Like many of you, we've been waiting for a replacement to the popular enthusiast-grade E-M5 Mark II, which turns 4 years old this month! But once we started hearing about some of the tricks up the E-M1X's sleeve, we certainly had reason to smile and become intrig
Click here to read our Fuji XF 8-16mm f/2.8 Field Test The go-to lens for Fujifilm landscape photographers has traditionally been the XF 10-24mm f/4 OIS, offering a very-wide to wide angle focal length range in a compact, weather-sealed design. For lots of subjects, an f/4 lens is sufficient, but for those that want to shoot in lower light or capture night sky images, a brighter
I've often wondered what it would ACTUALLY be like to have a tiny house. How does it work? What does it take? How much does it really cost? Does it feel like going back in time? I happen to have a friend who spent the last few years building one. He invited me over to show me how he lives... Continue Reading Living small in the high desert Category: Tiny Houses Tags: Arizona
at paris deco off, rubelli debuts its namesake textile collection that not only appears and feels like a traditional venetian fabric but is also extremely versatile. The post rubelli unveils colorful, high performing in & out textiles collection appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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