A man who has spent more than 36 years behind bars for murder was wrongfully convicted and is expected to be released next week. But prosecutors, who said newly tested DNA evidence does not match the are
The recipe for a one-move parking job is pretty simple. Rules of thumb and experience help, but we prefer repeatable experiments. And if you see this and laugh, you're probably not as good as you think
Turkish designer creates medical cast using 3D printing which could heal broken bones faster A 3d printed medical cast could help bones to heal up to 40 per cent faster. The black cast, known as the Osteoid,
If you’re reading this article at work, there’s a decent chance you’re wearing headphones. It has never been easier to tune in to your own customized soundtrack—or more necessary to tune out your open-office
It was only a year ago when James Franco’s hypnotic “Spring . . . break . . . forever” was etched into our minds; by now, it’s a distant memory. But soon the annual beachside pilgrimage will begin again,
If you were a building, what type of building would you be? This is the question that Barcelona-based illustrator and architect Federico Babina used as inspiration to create this captivating work, entitled
Light fixture manufacturer Selux and design studio ART+COM have teamed up to create the Manta Rhei, a visionary light fixture that moves and constantly changes its appearance, bringing to mind the image
Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937 review – What Hitler dismissed as 'filth'
Before entering politics Adolf Hitler was a painter. Twice rejected for a place at Vienna's Akademie der bildenden Künste (Academy of Fine Arts), he had strident views on the nature of art and its role
LOS ANGELES — This week's top tech headlines have to begin with the selfie seen across the globe, when Ellen Degeneres organized a seemingly unrehearsed star-studded group shot during the Academy Awards.