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the controversy surrounding the end of the holocene and the beginning of this new 'human epoch' sparked burtynsky's 'anthropocene project.'  The post edward burtynsky captures the ‘human signature’ of the proposed new anthropocene era appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
pointy-eared, wide-eyed, and bearing a baby-carrying pouch. but why? The post anatomist designs the ‘perfect’ human body without evolutionary flaws appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The slow food movement is all about appreciating the process of cooking, so perhaps we can call this the slow stool movement? This enthusiastic soul yanked down some lumber and gnawed it into shape with his teeth to see if he could build himself a seat without any tools... Continue Reading New York "human tool" chews himself a stool Category: Remarkable People Tags: Crazy
Though Human: Fall Flat got its start in early access in 2016, the game's publisher notes that the online multiplayer patch released in late 2017 helped to "greatly expand" the game's audience. ...
Checkmate – it's a simple concept: the final decisive move that ends a game of chess with one winner and one loser – just like IBM's Deep Blue which beat world champion Gary Kasparov in 1997. Not so debating: an altogether softer battle of wits, where the question of who won is far from straightforward – and arguably subjective. Which is much like the art of debating itself – lacking the e
In our relatively short time at the top of the food chain, humans have left an impression that will literally last until the Sun swallows the Earth a few billion years from now. But how does our relentless activity impact the creatures we currently share the planet with? A new study has found that mammals across the globe are increasingly turning nocturnal, in a bid to avoid contact with u
In breakthrough new research described as "somewhat mind-boggling," a team at Stanford University has developed a technique than can transform human immune cells found in a regular blood sample into functional neurons in just three weeks... Continue Reading "Mind-boggling" Stanford research turns human blood cells into functional neurons Category: Science Tags: Blood
each floor alludes to a different part of the human body including the heart, the brain, the subconscious, and the eyes and ears. The post wutopia lab maps the human body in this shanghai bookstore’s various floors appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing system has inarguably revolutionized medical research, promising a future where scientists can treat a vast array of human illnesses from cancer to blindness. But since its discovery in 2012, progress towards human trials has been slow. Now, another setback has appeared with the FDA pausing one of the first human trials using the technique in the United State
With the ability to be coaxed into different kinds of mature cell types, induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) hold all kinds of potential in the world of regenerative medicine. One of the many possibilities could be repairing damaged hearts, something that will soon be put to the test for the first time ever in newly approved clinical trials in Japan... Continue Reading Japan moves to fa


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