Alina Mihaela Rugina

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Conceptual Illustrations by Davide Bonazzi

Davide Bonazzi’s conceptual illustrations.<p>Davide Bonazzi is an Italian illustrator who lives in Bologna where he was born in the year of 1984. After …

Grovemade Modern Wood Watches Made From Domestic Hardwoods

<b>Grovemade wood watches</b> offers beautiful handcrafted watches made from domestic hardwoods. It offers a cutting-edge take on traditional timepiece. …

Hand-Crafted Soaps Inspired by Melting Glaciers & Icebergs

Global warming doesn’t seem to be going anywhere, sadly, so it’s always nice to see someone trying to bring attention to such an overwhelming cause. …

Sundust: Striking Charcoal & Conté Portraits of Sun Goddesses by Sara Golish | Colossal

<p>Sundust is a new series of ten portraits of fictional sun goddesses by Toronto-based visual artist Sara Golish. Each piece is meticulously executed …

A Modern Villa Outside Saint Tropez by Architect Vincent Coste

Villa L’Escalet at Saint Tropez, France by architect Vincent Coste.<p>French architect Vincent Coste has designed Villa L’Escalet.<p>The house is situated …

Our Brains are Built to Like Curved Screens

There's a good reason we are experiencing the rise of the so-called "visual web." Our minds were destined to be attracted to visuals over text—since …

Tess Sexy Robot Design by Bigshot Toyworks

It’s a fascinating concept robot from Bigshot Toyworks, <b>TESS</b> doesn’t look like general stiff robots, she looks like she’s ready to dance with you. …

Bones found in Spanish cave belonged to primitive Neanderthals – video

A haul of bones in a chamber at the bottom of a 14-metre-deep shaft in the Sima de los Huesos ('Pit of bones') cave in Spain are thought to belong to a primitive form of Neanderthal. The skulls, which are around 430,000 years old, are the earliest to show Neanderthal-like teeth and jaws, but the …

Spineless, And Now Homeless: National Zoo Closes Animal Exhibit

Invertebrates make up about 99 percent of all species. But they're no longer being featured at the National Zoo due to budget problems. The Invertebrate Exhibit was shut down Sunday, less than a week after the closure was publicly announced.<p>The zoo says its exhibit of cuttlefish, butterflies, …

Great white shark population is healthy and growing, new census shows

A new census study shows there are more than 2,400 white sharks off California and suggests that existing protective measures should be maintained because they are increasing the size and health of the population.<p>The study by a 10-member team led by George H. Burgess, director of the Florida …

Stars' Chemistry Key to Their Planets' Ability to Support Life

Born in a disc of gas and rubble, planets eventually come together as larger and larger pieces of dust and rock stick together. They may be hundreds …

Should the Higgs boson have caused our universe to collapse?

British cosmologists have concluded that the universe should not have lasted for more than a second after the Big Bang.<p>British cosmologists are …

Physics

Earth will bombard Mars with videos, photos, and messages in 2017

Students at MIT and other universities are building a time capsule that they hope will soon contain messages, photos, audio clips, and videos gathered by tens of millions of people across the world. But this won't be just any other time capsule, because this one is destined for Mars.<p>"we go to space …

Higgs Boson Seems To Prove That The Universe Doesn't Exist

None of us should be here. In fact, the whole world, the stars and the galaxies shouldn’t be here either. According to a new cosmological study, our whole Universe should have blinked out of existence an instant after it was first created.<p>Research from British cosmologists at King’s College London …

How a planet becomes a magnet

Earth's magnetic field single-handedly protects life on this planet from a deadly case of solar wind-burn. But how does a planet become a …

Planetary Resources wants your help spotting asteroids

Eager to help Planetary Resources look for asteroids and bring humanity that much closer to space mining? Well, it's time to get cracking. The company has launched Asteroid Zoo, a site that relies on crowdsourcing (i.e. you) to both find rocks in the void and train computers to do the same. It's …

Underwater Robot Tracks Endangered Sea Turtles

For the first time ever, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency (NOAA) scientists have tracked endangered sea turtles remotely — using an underwater …

Seeking Fortune, on Flipboard

Inside Flipboard / December 11, 2013<p>Brilliant leaders zig when others zag. In 1930, a scant four months after the collapse of Wall Street signalled …

Vogue Launches on Flipboard

Inside Flipboard / February 4, 2014<p>Vogue, the most influential fashion magazine in the world, makes its debut on Flipboard today. Read by more than …

Great Depression

Heartbleed Bug Update

Inside Flipboard / April 9, 2014<p>As soon as we found out about the Heartbleed bug, the team here began working on understanding its implications for …

Sport picture of the day: senior football

First published on Wed 25 Jun 2014 09.03 EDT