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Local studio Peripheriques Marin+Trottin Architectes has completed an apartment complex on L'Ile-Saint-Denis in Paris, which features wavy balconies enclosed by a ribbon of perforated metal. Read more
The filling station of tomorrow could be able to service electric and hydrogen-fueled cars from not only the same location, but the same pump thanks to a potentially revolutionary breakthrough by chemists at the University of Glasgow. Using nanomolecules suspended in a fluid, the new battery system would not only allow such vehicles to refuel in seconds instead of hours, but can produce ei
in his series of full-scale cardboard figures, warren king recreates the residents of his grandparents' home village in china, one individual at a time. The post warren king uses cardboard to sculpt full-scale villagers of his ancestral chinese home appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Developer Ready at Dawn has officially shut down Deformers servers over a year after launching the multiplayer brawling game.  ...
Yuneec has introduced the Mantis Q, a consumer drone with an integrated 4K camera, electronic image stabilization and voice control. The model is designed for both outdoor and indoor use, utilizing down-facing dual sensor alongside infrared detection to navigation inside buildings. Mantis Q includes a controller with a smartphone mount in addition to the voice control.Yuneec Mantis Q is small and
In 2005, a combination vaccine called Tdap was introduced to protect against tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis. By 2013 the CDC began recommending the vaccine for all pregnant women as evidence suggested it effectively conferred immunity to the child. A large study from researchers at Kaiser Permanente has now shown prenatal Tdap vaccinations do not in any way increase a child's risk for d
sydney artists georgia hill and elliott routledge collaborated with MOMO to install the large-scale mural, with photographer callie marshall documenting the progress. The post a bold multicolor mural you can see from the australian ocean, by MOMO appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Space enthusiast and photo processing hobbyist Jason Major created this edit of a NASA photo showing a ginormous coronal mass ejection back on June 7th, 2011. See that little blue circle in the upper-left-hand corner? That’s the Earth for scale.Here’s a video of the same coronal mass ejection:Coronal mass ejections are like solar flares on a massive scale — while solar flares ar
The American Institute of Architects has revealed plans for a series of initiatives that will use "the power of design" to tackle gun violence in US schools and create safer environments for children. Read more
When it introduced the exquisitely retro Type H WildCamp, Citroën teased that it had a second debut in store for this year's Düsseldorf Caravan Salon. We assumed it was saving it for the show, but we're still over a week out, and it's detailed the new Jumper Biker Solution. Far more modern than the WildCamp, but even more adventurous, this van loads two bikes with a built-in winch system a

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