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Scientists have improved on the natural process of photosynthesis, not only growing plants more efficiently, but doing so in the dark. This could expand agriculture to areas that don’t get enough sunlight, and even help feed future space explorers.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Food, Food security, Food technology, Crops, Plants, Photosynthesis, artificial photosynthesis, UC Riverside, Un
Researchers at Tsinghua University in China have developed a new drug cocktail that can convert cells into totipotent stem cells, the very seeds of life. These cells can differentiate into any cell in the body, potentially bypassing the need for sperm and eggs to grow an organism.Continue ReadingCategory: Biology, ScienceTags: Stem Cells, Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPS), Cells, Molecules, Ts
The field of lunar agriculture has taken a big step forward, with scientists reporting the first ever plants grown in soil from the Moon. While the process resulted in something far from an edible meal, the team's success marks a significant milestone in the effort to sustain a lunar base and carry out missions into deep space, and offers useful insights into the makeup and viability of the forei

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The Persévérance tiny house was commissioned by a couple who wanted space for themselves, plus some room for a child too, in case their family grows. In response, Baluchon created a home centered around a relatively large kitchen and featuring a pair of loft bedrooms that are connected by a net.Continue ReadingCategory: Tiny Houses, LifestyleTags: House, Home, Tiny Footprint
Engineers at Dartmouth College have developed a new crystal structure that can stretch to twice its size when it encounters a specific chemical. The team says that the material could be used to selectively absorb impurities in water.Continue ReadingCategory: Materials, ScienceTags: Materials, metal-organic frameworks, Filter, Filters, Dartmouth College, New Atlas Audio
the architecture faculty at the university of hong kong has launched this short film series on the occasion of world cities day 2021. The post the future of cities film questions what will happen as our cities continue to grow appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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