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DPReview Editors' Challenge resultsJune includes multiple days devoted to celebrating nature, including World Environment Day (June 5), World Oceans Day (June 8) and World Rainforest Day (June 22). In that spirit, we chose 'Natural Worlds' as the theme for our most recent Editors' Choice photo challenge, with over 100 readers submitting entries.We love seeing your work! Thanks to everyone who sub
Based on fractal patterns in neurons, researchers believe our brains exist at or near a state called criticality where they're extremely close to shifting from one state of matter to another. They also admit they don't know what either state is.Continue ReadingCategory: Biology, ScienceTags: Northwestern University, Brain, Neuroscience, Neural Network, Neurological
DPReview Editors' Challenge resultsA few weeks ago, we issued a challenge to the DPReview community to show us your best bird photos in honor of World Migratory Bird Day. Over 270 of you submitted images of birds in flight, at home, hunting for dinner and more.We love seeing your work! Thanks to everyone who submitted. We couldn't call out every image we liked and tried to restrain ourselves to o
DPReview Editors' Challenge resultsLast week, we issued a challenge to the DPReview community to show us what you got. We wanted to see your best images from the North American total solar eclipse, and over 150 of you submitted!We saw heaps of creativity and technical know-how on display. It was also interesting to see all the solar flares that matched among photos taken hundreds of miles apart.
In our latest interview as part of our Dezeen Jobs: How We Recruit series, Sue Emms, chair of architecture studio BDP's North Region, discusses the importance of diversity in the workforce. Read more
Promotion: specially curated playlists and unique signature scents are just some of the multi-sensory ways in which developer Moda Living is tailoring its neighbourhoods to boost residents' wellbeing. Read more
'plastic has a relatively short history but now we are reliant on the material. how do we live within this abundance of waste?' co-curator tizziana baldenebro tells designboom. The post ‘our issue is with consumption’: US pavilion on plastic waste at venice architecture biennale appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The heart has long been called our "ticker." Now, a new study shows why that might be the case even more than we previously imagined. Researchers at Cornell University have demonstrated that our perception of time shifts with the length of our heartbeats.Continue ReadingCategory: Biology, ScienceTags: Cornell University, Time, Heart
Over the past 150 years, researchers have seen the average human body temperature drop by more than half a degree Fahrenheit (-0.3 °C). In a new study from the University of Michigan, scientists looking at hospitalized sepsis patients found certain species of gut bacteria seemed to play a role in regulating body temperature, and it's hypothesized these microbial alterations could be driving these
Curator Luke Kemp discusses the role of design and technology in reshaping our views of the natural world as part of the Our Time on Earth exhibition at London's Barbican Centre, in this video produced by Dezeen. Read more 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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