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Global Research: Whistling as a Language, Earth’s MegaCities and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars

August 14, 2017


Human advancements have been catalogued at an increasingly accelerated rate since the advent of the net and distributed and mobile computing. Global communications systems allows researchers to collaborate and share information or development tools more rapidly to create the technologies of the future. Consumer adoption also happens quicker and technology succeeds and (importantly) fails faster. […]

Spectacular Shots from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016 Competition

November 20, 2016


An urban leopard in Mumbai, the spectre of a crow in London’s Valentine’s Park and a charnel house of dead wildebeest in Kenya’s Maasai Mara. All category winners in this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Each year devoted wildlife photographers submit their best in the hopes of picking up the prized title of Wildlife […]

When laser sharks meet wooden robots

August 29, 2014


3D printing is so popular among maker collectives that more traditional technologies seem a bit passe. But anyone looking at creative design or a unique way to touch up craft projects should consider the often over-looked laser cutter. Just Add Sharks founders Martin Raynsford and Dominic Morrow base their branded products on the humble laser […]

Hit the Fossil Fuel Industry Where it Hurts: Science

August 16, 2014


Originally posted on through the looking glass:
There was another one of those International Panel on Climate Change reports published last weekend. Having already outlined the physical science basis back in September (i.e. it is happening, yes, really, we triple-checked, sorry), and then a report on impacts, adaptation and vulnerability at the end of last…

Physicists Rebuilding the Tesla Tower for Planetary Energy Transmission

August 4, 2014


Automated Aquaponics for Business or Pleasure: A Scalable Approach

May 13, 2014


Maker Faire 2014: Supermaterials, sensors and restarting technology

May 6, 2014


Maker Faire 2014 was a treasure trove of information on hacked lifestyles. Sustainable living expert Vinay Gupta showed how the latest in materials technology could house and provide fuel for the world in ways that protect our environment. Vinay Gupta’s entrance to the stage at Maker Faire UK’s science theatre had an apocalyptic feel to it. […]


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