Humans have been gaining inspiration from nature for many thousands of years, yet as a formal concept "biomimicry" – which explores how we can learn from nature to solve human problems – is more recent.
A new exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History explores poisons throughout history and around the world. Watch out for the live Gila monster. “And now, my beauties,” crowed the Wicked Witch of
Through the photographs of Shaun Fynn, Shanghai’s architecture becomes a symbol for future modern cities. All over Shanghai–and the rest of China–cranes erect high-rise apartment towers in record time.
The High Line in New York City has rapidly developed over the years, becoming quite the spot for tourists and locals alike. Just recently, developers announced the final phase of construction for the elevated
While technology within education has delivered many benefits, some feel it has led to a decrease in socialization among both students and faculty members. With this in mind, architect Thomas Heatherwick
The Psychology of Getting Unstuck: How to Overcome the “OK Plateau” of Performance & Personal Growth
“When you want to get good at something, how you spend your time practicing is far more important than the amount of time you spend.” “Any sequence of mental action which has been frequently repeated to
A lot of you, dear readers, may remember a time when mobile phones didn't exist, let alone smartphones with touchscreens, apps and pro-grade cameras. Some may even recall a childhood completely devoid