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9 w ago
Historical Illustration Books
'National Geographic Infographics' Shows the Magazine's Drawings
National Geographic, the science and natural history magazine, has been in publication for 128 years, and ‘National Geographic Infographics’ is a collection of illustrations that have...
10 w ago
Scientific Flavor Cookbooks
The Cook's Science Cooking Book Identifies How to Unlock Flavor
Food science is an inherently interesting field that can identify flavors and food experiences unlike anything experienced before, so the Cook’s Science cooking book offer recipes for doing so....
15 w ago
Molecular Facade Designs
Claudio Vilarinho's Facade Takes Inspiration from Solar Panel Molecules
Architect Claudio Vilarinho has designed a unique facade for a building on Minho University’s Azurem Campus. The Institute of Science and Innovation for Bio-Sustainability building is devoted...
17 w ago
Dinosaur Egg Museums
Qinglong Mountain Geopark's Museum Highlights Fossilized Dinosaur Eggs
Nestled into the hillside of Qinglong Mountain Geopark in China is a museum devoted entirely to displaying dinosaur eggs. Designed by architects from Huazhong University of Science and Technology,...
17 w ago
Nestlé's New ProNourish Shake Helps Those with Digestive Sensitivities
Nestlé Health Science recently debuted a new shake that is specially formulated to help those with digestive sensitivities, who often experience uncomfortable gastrointestinal symptoms after eating...
25 w ago
Energy-Producing Solar Ink
Using Photovoltaic Cells, This Ink Allows Images to Generate Energy
This new ink made from photovoltaic cells enables printed pictures to generate energy. Invented by Finnish researchers from Aalto University School of Science, the ink goes onto solar cells,...
33 w ago
3D-Printed Reproductive Organs
A 3D-Printed Ovary Concept is Being Used to Help Reproduction
Today, current cancer treatments have been able to save roughly 80% of kids who have the disease, but the harsh treatments often leave many female survivors with the inability to have children later...
36 w ago
Toilet Monitoring Devices
This Gadget Ensures That Toilet Cleaning is Carried Out Effectively
A group of researchers and engineers working out of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research have developed a wonderfully innovative toilet cleaning and monitoring system, dubbed the Restroom...
22 w ago
Self-Building Concrete Blocks
The Block ARMO System Consists of Specially Shaped Concrete Blocks
The Block ARMO system allows builders to create concrete structures that are as strong as any other, but it reduces total building time by as much as 50 percent. Funded by the Mexican Council for...
69 w ago
Custom 3D-Printed Clogs
These Futuristic Sneakers Offer a Modern Take on Traditional Danish Clogs
The Dutch Minister of Education, Innovation and Science recently commissioned a team of designers to create a pair of futuristic sneakers that are both innovative and comfortable. When it comes to...
45 w ago
Architectural LEGO Creations
These LEGO Versions of Architectural Wonders Are Truly Awe-Inspiring
Lego architecture master Adam Tucker has gone ahead and created a spectacular new exhibition for the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, aptly dubbed Brick By Brick, that consists of LEGO...
45 w ago
Eclectic Hostel Experiences
The Generator Hostel Amsterdam Exudes an Ultramodern Aesthetic
The Generator Hostel Amsterdam is a vibrant design-led accommodation option in the Dutch capital that continues the hip hospitality brand’s signature ultramodern offerings. While the Generator...
50 w ago
Extended Usage Drone Batteries
The New Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Pushes Battery Technology Forward
Tech like smartphones and drones are only as powerful as the battery technology within them, so a new fuel cell has been developed to revolutionize the devices. Called the solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC)...
52 w ago
Sensory Paper Skins
A Team of Researchers Created an Artificial Skin from Household Items
A research team from Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) created a “paper skin” that’s able to mimic some of the complex sensory...
54 w ago
Hybrid Emergency Warning Systems
This Tsunami Warning System Doubles as a Traffic Sign
Inclement weather and natural disasters are becoming regular occurrences around the world, so this Tsunami Warning System is designed to be a permanent installation to help warn inhabitants. When...
58 w ago
Plastic-Removing Ocean Filterers
The 'Oclean' System Targets Plastic Pollution in the Oceans
The level of plastic pollution in the oceans around the world is reaching epidemic levels, so many innovations to help correct the issue like the ‘Oclean’ System are being observed....
69 w ago
Spider-Like DIY Robots
STEMI is a Six-Legged, Open Source Build-Your-Own Robot for Kids
There are a lot of robots on the market today, but not many provide as many opportunities for creativity and fun as the STEMI build-your-own robot kit. The build-your-own robot’s name is...
74 w ago
Immersive Waterfall Installations
This Unique Exhibit is Designed for Visitor Interaction
‘Connected Worlds’ is a new museum exhibit that is designed to encourage visitor interaction. For many children, museums provide a passive learning experience. This immersive waterfall...
14 w ago
Scientific Glass Vases
Peter Saville's Vases are for the Museum of Science and Industry
British designer Peter Saville has just released a series of glassware for the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester. Taking inspiration from both of the museum’s subjects, the set of...
16 w ago
Informative Relationship Classes
eHarmony's 'School of Love' Teaches Singles How to Date
This past summer, the UK branch of the online dating service eHarmony launched a program called the ‘School of Love’ that taught singles how to successfully find the perfect partner....
69 w ago
Diabetes Spoof Ads
This Video Aims to Reduce Instances of Obesity-Related Disease in the US
The ‘Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI)’ recently debuted an ad that aims to reduce instances of obesity-related disease in the US. In 1971 Coca-Cola released its ‘...
69 w ago
Virtual K-pop Teachers
This Virtual Teacher Allows Amateurs to Easily Learn K-pop Dance Moves
This digital teacher instructs girl and boy band wannabes in learning K-pop dance choreography. K-pop dances are notoriously synchronized and intensely choreographed, which means that they can be...
73 w ago
Galactic Knitted Hats
These Star Trek Beanies Will Keep You Warm and Geeky in the Winter
Fans of the Star Trek universe can keep their heads warm and cozy this winter with these Original Series knitted hats inspired by the popular characters and storylines of the series. These cute hats...
74 w ago
Satirical Soda Stunts
This Campaign for Diabetes and Health Urges Brand Transparency
The ‘Share a Coke’ campaign from Coca-Cola has been around for years now, but the Center for Science in the Public Interest was recently inspired by the initiative to create a new...
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