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Google Project Ara 3D printing details start to form

The heart of Project Ara's hardware production lies in 3D printing, and now we're getting our first details on how Google's modular phone parts will …

Eatocracy - CNN

Scientists Think Your Body Clock Was Set Before You Were Born

Whether you're a morning person or a night owl is determined on the cellular level.<p>There's a tiny but critical collection of neurons in your brain that tells you what to do and when to do it.<p>It's only the size of a mustard seed, but the suprachiasmatic nucleus, or SCN, regulates when you eat, when …

China: Recycled Concrete Houses 3D-Printed in 24 Hours

A Chinese construction firm based in Shanghai has succeeded in building 10 houses each measuring 200 square metres in 24 hours by using an enormous …

Jim Beam Goes to Japan, a Land of Surprisingly Fantastic Whiskey

This country is dead serious about its whisky. Just try these six bottles.<p><i>Today's news that Suntory bought Jim Beam for $16 billion surprised a lot of people for one simple reason: Who knew the Japanese cared so much about whisky? Not only do they care, but they are damn good at making the stuff.</i> …

Skye Gyngell's asparagus with tomato and crème fraîche recipe

This asparagus salad is a beautiful starter: the tomato and crème fraîche compliment the vegetable perfectly<p>Serves 4<p>This is a lovely asparagus starter. The tomato dressing has an intensity that contrasts well with the slightly nutty flavour of briefly cooked asparagus – and soft, gentle crème …

Thriving Garden in Sealed Bottle Hasn’t Been Watered in Over 40 Years

When David Latimer planted a seed in a glass bottle on Easter Sunday of 1960 out of pure curiosity, he had no idea that it would flourish into a mass of greenery that would thrive untouched for several decades. Now, over half a century later, the sealed bottle garden is still growing as vigorously …