NGOs are calling on the EU to endorse regulation rather than voluntary guidance to improve the conditions of workers such as cashew nut farmers and processors at the foot of international supply chains.
We may be able to book our ticket to the future someday -- it'll just be a one-way trip. In a presentation at the British Science Festival, particle physicist Brian Cox said that time travel is possible
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The smooth motion of rotating circles can be used to build up any repeating curve even one as angular as a digital square
The smooth motion of rotating circles can be used to build up any repeating curve even one as angular as a digital square wave. Each circle spins at a multiple of a fundamental frequency, and a method
A beautiful celebration of the unknown at the intersection of art and science. As a lover of the intersection of art and science, I find myself more excited about The Where, the Why, and the How: 75 Artists
New York-based street artist Aakash Nihalani, who works primarily with tape in public spaces, has taken his creative landscape indoors with a new set of animated GIFs that incorporate his signature blend
Street Art by Roa Found on Curtain Road in London this work dates back to 2009, however I’ve never seen it before and thought it was magnificent. By playing with perception, Roa is able to display the
Source: Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase short film This short film won an Academy Award in 1993 for best animated short. It consists of a series of animated reproductions of major art works, primarily
While London-based designer Paul Cocksedge has become fairly well-known for his magical light installations, it is his newest gravity-defying sculptural piece that has caught the eye of art aficionados.