Ela Keskin

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Lost in Sofa by Daisuke Motogi for Huzi (r)

8-Way Transforming Table is Poetic Geometry in Motion

Mathematician Henry Dudeney spent his life inventing puzzles to confound and educate the world, but he never would have guessed that his most famous …

An Imaginative Robot That Sees Faces In Clouds

Think humans are unique in seeing faces in clouds? Think again.<p>We often cite creativity as the driving force of human intellect–this mystical means to producing original, strange thoughts that others will want to think, too. Creativity fuels the arts just like it fuels breakthroughs in math and …

Did Rock Climbing Help Us Start Walking Upright?

A new theory suggests humans became bipedal so that we could scramble up rugged terrain.<p>The story of how humans evolved from knuckle-walking primates to upright bipeds is still a matter of great debate among anthropologists. One of today's leading theories suggests that our forest-dwelling …

Scientists Discover Massive Methane-Based Ecosystem

It's only the third cold seep discovered off the U.S. Atlantic Coast, and it could help researchers understand how life exists in harsh environments, including potentially on other planets.<p>Scientists on a research mission sponsored by the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management and the National …

Researchers build model of human colon and feed it to learn how disease spreads

A researcher at the University of California Riverside spent a year building a model of a human colon out of commonplace materials, then "fed" it with real food, to study how bacteria spreads from feces into the water supply. "I hadn't seen any research done that used a model colon to find out what …

More 'legal highs' available in EU, says drug agency

<b>Synthetic drugs are emerging at an ever faster rate in Europe, says the EU's drug agency, with so-called legal highs often being shipped in from Asia.</b><p>The European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction detected 73 new synthetic drugs last year, compared to just 49 in 2011.<p>The drugs agency …

Worm EEG: Scientists Develop Device to Measure Brain Activity of Worms

Scientists from the University of Southampton have developed a device which records the brain activity of tiny worms. The device, called NeuroChip, …

Open-plan offices make employees less productive, less happy, and more likely to get sick

A well-designed office is a happy office. As facilities managers strive to save space and cash, they’re reshuffling desks and fiddling with temperature gauges. All of which has an impact on workers’ performance. Open-plan offices may make some kinds of collaboration easier, but are they more …

The Workplace

The Beauty of Space Photography: Why and How We Photograph the Void

Astrophotography, especially the type taken by $10 billion telescopes floating around in outer space, is both fascinating and beautiful. The photos …

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Undoctored Abstract Aerial Photos of the World’s Largest Beta Carotene Farm

Australian engineer turned photographer Steve Back has been working for several years to put together the completely un-edited images you see here. …