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It’s a cruel reality that the heart has such a limited capacity to heal itself, meaning that people who survive heart attacks often go on to have more. Now, researchers at the University College London (UCL) have grown heart cells from stem cells, embedded them onto microspheres and injected them into damaged hearts to help repair them.Continue ReadingCategory: Medical, ScienceTags: Heart, Heart
the WISAMO project is an automated, telescopic, inflatable wing sail system that can be fitted on both merchant ships and pleasure crafts. The post michelin’s WISAMO inflatable sail to improve ship’s fuel efficiency by 20% appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Video is quickly becoming the go-to medium in various industries. Whether it be for a presentation, an awareness campaign, or your own personal social media channel, the top-rated Camtasia 2021 makes quality video editing a breeze.Continue ReadingCategory: Deals, Technology
The history of photography is over a century old — in fact, it was 107 years ago that Oskar Barnack created the Ur-Leica, a camera that would later be known as the genesis of the 36×24 “full-frame” format. Since then, hundreds of companies across the world have, to varying degrees of success, produced everything from 35mm to 127 to an assortment of medium format sizes and finally to di
The first paying seat on Blue Origin's initial New Shepard passenger flight into space has sold at auction for an eye-watering US$28 million. The telephone auction of qualified bidders was conducted on June 12 by RR Auction in Boston, Massachusetts and involved 7,600 bidders from 159 countries.Continue ReadingCategory: Space, ScienceTags: Blue Origin, New Shepard, Space Tourism
glass ceramic cooktops turn intelligent, illuminated and connected with the world's first anti-scratch panel miradur® and the light permeable CERAN EXICTE®, which responds to temperature with glowing icons and hot zones. The post outer space to oven-connected: SCHOTT CERAN® reforms cooktops for modern kitchens appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
ESA has selected EnVision as its next Venus orbiter. Scheduled to launch atop an Ariane 6 rocket between 2031 and 2033, the robotic deep-space probe will carry out a comprehensive survey of Earth's sibling planet to learn why the two turned out so very different.Continue ReadingCategory: Space, ScienceTags: ESA, Venus, Planet
through this project mohaded invites people to the 'weaving of a shared territory'. The post argentinian pavilion presents traditional woven installations at the london design biennale appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Hands-on with Nikon's new Nikkor Z MC 105mm F2.8 VR S and 50mm F2.8 macro lensesNikon recently announced its first native macro lenses for its Z mount cameras: the Nikkor Z MC 105mm F2.8 VR S and the Z MC 50mm F2.8. Going forward, 'MC' is going to be Nikon's designation for lenses that are macro-capable. Nikon is, as expected, touting both primes as excellent for close-ups at 1:1 magnification, b
Featuring linoleum floors, Formica walls and a deep red basement, this London eyewear store by Child Studio takes inspiration from peep shows and other "peculiar Soho specialities". Read more

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