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4 w ago
Futuristic Roman Eco Cities
Cita Della Scienza is a Sustainable Eco-District Envisioned For Rome
Citta della Scienza—or City of Science—is an upmarket, highly sustainable eco-district envisioned by Vincent Callebaut, as he turns his future towards the Eternal City soon after...
5 w ago
Fatherly Playtime Kits
The Cooper Kit Supplies Monthly Dad and Kid Activities
Knowing that many moms are the ones buying subscription kits for kids, Cooper & Kid decided to go in the complete opposite direction, offering boxes brimming with dad and kid activities....
5 w ago
Iconic Chemist Art
Rachel Ignotofsky's 'Women in Science' Pays Tribute to Lady Genuises
Rachel Ignotofsky is a Kansas City-based designer who has launched a new series of illustrations called ‘Women in Science.’ Ignotofsky’s goal is to create 50 drawings of some of...
7 w ago
Membrane Water Filters
This Water Filter System Was Developed By Indian Scientists
Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore have developed a special membrane water filter system that can produce safe drinking water by filtering out nano-particles and destroying E....
11 w ago
3D Printing Labs
Israel's Fab Lab Makes 3D Printing Accessible to the Public
3D printing is an awe-inspiring emerging technology, but 3D printers have not yet become a household item—until that time, there’s the Fab Lab in Israel, which makes this technology...
18 w ago
Hackable Educational Robots
The iRobot Create 2 Wants Students to Hack It
The iRobot Create 2 is a new educational robot, that borrows from the platform of iRobot’s famous Roomba vacuum-cleaning robot, that is designed to stimulate students’ minds. The...
39 w ago
Protruding Geometry Artworks
Heath West's Sculptural Canvases Play with One's Perception
A series of complex three-dimensional folds makes up this series of sculptural canvases by American artist Heath West. The protruding and multidimensional works play with the perception of their...
42 w ago
Solar-Powered Water Filters
The ROSI System Can Remove Harmful Viruses and Bacteria From Water
Scientists at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany have developed an ingenious water filtration system called ‘ROSI’, which will be used to filter and clean water in...
48 w ago
Sculptural 3D Print Accessories
The Gabriela Ligenza Capsule Collection Displays Sculptural Hats
The Gabriela Ligenza capsule collection utilizes innovative 3D printing technology to create show-stopping headpieces. The English milliner’s sculptural accessories achieve traditional design...
98 w ago
58 Eye-Catching Statement Phones
From Triangular Phones to Wacky Cellular Add-Ons
Cell phones, like jewelry, are becoming statement pieces, and this list compiles many of the statement phones we have seen so far, as well as some incredible add-ons that could spice up your phone....
43 w ago
Well-Rounded Content Strategies
This Content Marketing Infographic Advocates for Art and Analytics
This useful content marketing infographic analyzes the creative and data-driven sides of online marketing strategies. Created by Kapost and SalesForce, The Art and Science of Content Marketing...
45 w ago
Explosive Firework Art
David Sena Creates Smokey Art with the Use of Fireworks
A New York-based artist named David Sena was once well-known in the tattooing industry, but now he has made a name for himself in the art world with his unique approach to fine art. His artworks are...
46 w ago
Luxury Organic Skin Treatments
Tocara Skin & Body Science Offers a Sustainable Lifestyle
Tocara Skin & Body Science is a sustainable enterprise that offers luxury cosmetics with an environmental slant. Gone are the days when eco-friendly skin care products simply meant coconut oil...
59 w ago
Beautifully Deformed Photography
This Colorful Frog Photography Series are Essentially X-Rays
This striking frog photography series by Brandon Ballengée is all about finding beauty in deformities. These neon shots are essentially like little frog x-rays that colorfully highlight their...
70 w ago
Astounding Santa Fact Graphics
The Big Bang Fair's Science of Santa Chart Shares St. Nick's Magic
For years, people have been using math and science to calculate ‘The Science of Santa’ and just how Santa is able to achieve the magic he does on Christmas Eve, as well as some of the logistics...
77 w ago
Scientific Social Media Experiments
Talk to a Plant Sees if Tweets Help a Plant Growth
A social media experiment at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science called ‘Talk to a Plant’ is testing to see if tweets encourage plant growth. The project is intended to promote the...
86 w ago
Foldable Electric Vehicles
The Armadillo-T Car Folds into Itself When Not in Use to Save Space
Designed and manufactured by the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), the Armadillo-T is a fully functioning electric vehicle that conveniently folds into itself when parked...
101 w ago
Reconfigurable Triangular Phones
The Evolution of Mobile Adapts Physically for Different Functions
Imagine this: a cellphone that changes shape in order to assume different roles and carry out different tasks. This is what’s proposed in the Evolution of Mobile project. Designers at the...
37 w ago
Calorie Overloaded Desserts
The Bruleed French Toast Cheesecake Factory Calories Are Excessive
When visiting the Cheesecake Factory, calories are probably second on your mind to enjoying a delicious dessert. However, although you may be able to find some of the most delicious desserts there,...
37 w ago
Bizarrely Surreal Illustrations
Hiro Sugiyama's Work is Off-Beat and Hilarious
Hiro Sugiyama’s strangely surreal artwork is a perfect fit for Colette’s, a Paris store that collects and displays the curious and the unconventional. His latest series, which is on...
47 w ago
Magnet-Powered Bullet Trains
This Bullet Train Prototype Sucks in Electricity from the Tracks
The Korea Railroad Research Institute and Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology have collaborated to develop an incredible magnet-powered bullet train. This bullet train is the first...
50 w ago
Wireless Smartphone Chargers
This Wireless Charging System Can Charge 40 Smartphones at a Time
Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) developed an incredible wireless charging system capable of charging around 40 smartphones simultaneously from a...
61 w ago
Kaleidoscopically Arranged Algae Photos
These Microscopic Algae Photos Are Surprisingly Beautiful
The California Academy of Science introduces us to the beauty of microscopic algae. These arranged diatoms will change your opinion on how beautiful algae can be. Diatoms are a group of algae that...
81 w ago
Neal Stephenson's Conceptual Sci-Fi Building Proposes Rocket Launches
Scientists and engineers at Arizona State University’s Center for Science and the Imagination are working on a concept with science fiction author Neal Stephenson to develop sci-fi building...