Until about 600 million years ago, seeing colors didn't matter so much to Earth's inhabitants — nobody had eyes. "Before the eye evolved, you just wouldn't have seen what was there," says Andrew Parker,
Could your body language during an interview give away the fact that you’re dumb and unimaginative? Stanford scientists think so. You can tell a lot about a person’s mental state just by looking at their
Co-authored with Alexis Baden-Mayer, political director of the Organic Consumers Association Hell hath no fury like a mother whose child has been sickened by a toxin that's almost impossible to avoid.
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Pristine beaches, star-studded night skies, searing sunsets and whales splashing in tropical waters are not the usual things to expect on a trip to Japan. But venture about 1000km south of downtown Tokyo
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,
François Beaurain explores life in the capitol of Liberia through a series of beautiful GIFs. What makes an animated GIF so compelling isn’t just that it’s an image in motion; it’s that it’s cyclical.
For anyone who lives in an apartment but has always wished for a nice little gardening space, this window unit is the perfect compromise. French designers Nicolas Barreau and Jules Charbonnet of Barreau
Every other Friday, Yossy Arefi from Apt. 2B Baking Co. shares dessert projects that demand a little extra time and effort. Because your weekends should always be sweet. Today: Redeem all of your past
Mikael Cho is the co-founder of ooomf, a network that connects short-term software projects with handpicked developers and designers. Mikael writes about psychology, startups, and product marketing over
Cross-posted from TheDodo.com. You can tell a lot about people from their screensavers. Mine is a picture of gazelles: They are my role models. They run and flee when there is a danger -- say, a leopard
Editor's note: Each Saturday morning we bring you a Sunday Brunch recipe. Why on Saturday? So you have time to shop and prepare for tomorrow. [Photograph: Sydney Oland] Hearty quiches make for a great
A scientist whose observations of drowned polar bears raised alarms about climate change has received $100,000 to settle a whistle-blower complaint against an agency of the Department of the Interior.
Who doesn't love a good literature-meets-graphic-design project? We came across the work of Obvious State's Evan Robertson last year when he debuted his series of clever literary posters based on the of
Every week -- often with your help -- Food52's Senior Editor Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that are nothing short of genius. Today: Your new go-to birthday cake, bake sale cake, dinner party cake,