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NASA's 3D Printed Habitat Challenge, which kicked off in 2015, is now well into its third and final phase. The latest stage has awarded five teams a share of US$100,000 in prize money for the best virtual models ahead of the hard part, 3D-printing scale models of their designs... Continue Reading NASA names top 5 in latest stage of 3D-printed Mars habitat competition Category: Space Tags
An international team of scientists has created the most lifelike artificial embryos ever, even guiding them through "the most important event in life" – a key development stage known as gastrulation. Skipping the sperm-meets-egg chapter, the researchers combined three types of mouse stem cells into an embryo that was just about ready to be implanted into a womb... Continue Reading Synthet
Florida's Aergility has spent the last few years developing and testing a new kind of vertical take-off and landing aircraft (VTOL) called the ATLIS. The wingless autonomous delivery drone is being designed to fly at 100 mph for hundreds of miles on a single tank of gas, making use of a proprietary lift and control system called managed autorotation... Continue Reading Cargo-carrying long
in vietnam, VTN architects renovate a middle rise concrete building with a rooftop club built in a bamboo dome and a bamboo cafe. The post bamboo club + cafe by VTN architects takes center stage in the heart of vietnam appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
With more sensitive data than ever being shared – and stolen – online, more secure connections are desperately needed. The answer could be a quantum internet, where information is passed almost instantaneously between nodes that have been quantum entangled, and are physically unhackable since any unauthorized observation of the data will scramble it. Researchers at Delft University of Tech
British designer Es Devlin has transformed U2's lead singer Bono into a giant avatar version of himself using augmented reality for the bands latest tour. Read more
titled 'heavenly bodies', the show features a dialogue between religious, and religion-influenced clothing, and masterworks of medieval art from the museum's collection. The post DS+R sets the stage for the costume institute’s ‘heavenly bodies’ exhibition at the MET appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The notion of turning C02 into something useful sounds wildly futuristic, but scientists are already making promising strides in the area. Launched in 2016, the Carbon XPrize is a US$20 million competition aimed at speeding things along, inviting competing teams to develop technologies that can capture and convert these emissions into products of value. Organizers have today announced the 10
Students and faculty at the University of Miami's architecture school constructed a performance venue from a series of orange poles underneath the city's Brickell MetroRail station. Read more
Photojournalist A. M. Ahad was at a train station in Bangladesh when he came across a group of photographers pointing their cameras at a young man who was leaning out of a window and striking a prayerful pose.Ahad, an Associated Press photographer based in Bangladesh and a co-founder of the Absurd Photos photo agency co-op, recorded this 18-second video of what unfolded:What's happening in o 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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