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Historians reflect on the game industry's bumpy track record of accurately crediting developers, and make a case for why standardizing game credits is critical if we want to understand the industry. ...
A disturbing new study from researchers at Cornell University and the Environment Defense Fund has independently measured methane emissions from a number of ammonia fertilizer plants. The startling results suggest methane emissions are 100 times higher than industry estimates, and three times higher than the Environmental Protection Agency's estimate for all industry methane emissions in t
Architects are not natural disruptors, says Amanda Baillieu, but they are slowly learning how to invest their time and money on innovating their businesses. Read more
The World Health Organization has officially recognized 'gaming disorder' as a disease, meaning it will be included in the 11th revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases. ...
Sony chief exec Jim Ryan has suggested consoles now exist in a 'niche market' within the wider games industry. ...
"Hypersaline brine" is industrial waste-water with salt levels that exceed even that of seawater. It's a big, expensive, destructive problem which a team of engineers at Columbia University in New York City hope to solve with their solvent-based method of desalination... Continue Reading New desalination method could get industry – and the environment – out of a very salty pickle Category
This is how customer support, quality assurance and community can work together with the right tools to provide a customer-centric approach to live support. ...
Chinese automotive brand Lynk & Co is set to launch a subscription service in Europe in 2020, which will disrupt the car industry like "Uber has changed the taxi industry", according to company CEO Alain Visser. Read more
seedolab started with a cannabis farm that fit in a mini-fridge. now it wants to scale up. The post automated cannabis farm employs robotic arms and AI to help marijuana industry grow appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Research collective Synflux has developed a system of digitised couture that reduces the amount of fabric needed to make clothes by creating garments that exactly fit the wearer's body. Read more


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