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Will we ever... live in underwater cities?

Living below the sea is possible, at least for a short time. So what is stopping us creating colonies to ease over-population, or guard against disasters?<p>Ian Koblick hoped the colourful seaweed samples he brought into class would impress. His marine biology professor at Stanford University …

Habitats

Entire village in India relocates so Nature can move in

Up until recently, the village of Ramdegi was a bustling farming community in central India's Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve. Today, the village's …

Government (India)

Samsung and LG are really close to announcing curved, flexible smartphones

Are curved, flexible smartphones the next frontier in smartphone innovation? LG and Samsung really want to make it so.<p>Both companies are weeks away from announcing smartphones with curved displays, whose plastic substrate should make them more durable and cheaper to produce.<p>LG said today that it’s …

Computer Game Concept Art

Most video games, especially the big-name, high-budget ones, are created by a huge team of people. Some are in charge of how the game plays, others …

What makes us extroverts and introverts?

Why do some people prefer adventure and the company of others, while others favour being alone? It’s all to do with how your brain processes rewards.<p>Will you spend Saturday night in a crowded bar, or curled up with a good book? Is your ideal holiday adventure sports with a large group of mates and, …

Psychology

DINO PET // a living, interactive, bioluminescent pet

<b>THE WORLD’S FIRST BIOLUMINESCENT PETS</b><p>The Dino Pet redefines the whole Plant-Pet paradigm. It’s a living pet that requires indirect sunlight during …

Photoshop King Erik Johansson Uses Photography to Capture Ideas, Not Moments

Erik Johansson, a Swedish photographer and retouch artist, spends countless hours editing his images in Photoshop, adding layer upon layer mask, …

The race to build the first 3D-printed building

Would you live in a house that came out of a printer? Would you prefer concrete, or plastic? Biodegradable, or weather resistant? Canal house or …

How Living Homes May Be The Key to Greening Our Cities

By Frances Du and Denise Lu<p>We recently had a chance to sit down with Mitchell Joachim, an associate professor at NYU and Co-President of Terreform …

Exoplanets: New missions hunting for alien worlds

Efforts like Kepler to find Earth-like planets outside our galaxy may have ended recently, but astronomers say a wave of bigger and better missions is on its way.<p>As mountains go, Cerro Armazones may not be much to look at. Standing 3,000 metres (9,800 feet) tall, it is a shapeless reddish dust heap …

Exoplanets

This recycling bin is following you

Recycling bins in the City of London are monitoring the phones of passers-by, so advertisers can target messages at people whom the bins recognize.<p>Renew, the startup behind the scheme, installed 100 recycling bins with digital screens around London before the 2012 Olympics. Advertisers can buy …

Maven: Building a time machine for Mars

Our space correspondent goes behind the scenes at Nasa’s forthcoming quest to reveal how and why the red planet lost the majority of its atmosphere.<p>The high-ceilinged room resembles a brightly lit, white-walled operating theatre, and the people inside are dressed for surgery. It is impossible to …

Space

Hyperrealistic Photographer Makes Animals Appear Magical

To convey that contradictory effect, Johan creates intricate digital constructs using photographs of animals he has taken all over the world, and re-situating them in new environments constructed from other photos.<p>His newest works will be displayed at Yossi Milo Gallery in New York City from …

Reach inside your computer

See-through screens that allow us to reach in, touch and interact with objects? Jinha Lee believes his 3D devices will break down boundaries and make our digital experiences feel more real.<p>For decades, computer designers have been trying to break down the barriers between people and the computer …

Touchscreens

Interactive Light Sculpture Moves Just Like a Living Creature

It can be argued that all art is alive in some way, but Dutch design studio Toer has created an interactive light sculpture that seems to actually …

Shanshui City exhibition by Ma Yansong

Ma Yansong of Chinese studio MAD is exhibiting architectural models and sculptures in a Beijing courtyard to illustrate his vision for a future city …

Battery Made From Wood — Efficient, Long-Lasting, Environmentally Friendly Battery Developed

<b>Published on</b> June 19th, 2013 | <i>by James Ayre</i><p>10<p>Battery Made From Wood — Efficient, Long-Lasting, Environmentally Friendly Battery Developed<p>June 19th, …

Student Designs ‘Wall-E’-Like Robot That Tears Down And Recycles Buildings

<b>Swedsh designer</b> Omer Haciomeroglu a student at the Umeå Institute of Design, has designed the ERO, a robot that can tear down concrete</b> …

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Detroit Is Going Bankrupt–But Its Tech Community Is Going Strong

Detroit just became the largest U.S. city to file for chapter 9 bankruptcy. But its tech entrepreneurs say there’s never been a more promising time for startup life in the Motor City.<p>Yesterday, the city of Detroit filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy, the largest city in the U.S. ever to do so. By some …

Architizer Journal: The Official Architizer Blog

These five winning projects of the 2018 A+Awards celebrate local materials, knowledge and craftsmans hip.<p>Enter now and get your project seen by millions.<p>Find the best brands for every architectural product and material.<p>Thatching is making a comeback.<p>Workshops are designed as spaces to tinker, …

Awards

Guided Growth

Humans create some pretty clever designs, but until now, our constructed environment has largely been static. It’s time to take a hint from old …

Behance

Great tech-spectations: What's next in tech for 2013

The dog days of summer are here, and with them, a certain ennui seems to have washed over the tech world. But as July becomes August, things will begin to kick into high gear.<p>The big dogs of the tech industry -- Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and a host of others -- know that the all-important …