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Studies have already shown that by irradiating bald skin using red lasers, hair follicles can be stimulated into growing new hair. Unfortunately, though, such laser setups are large, cumbersome and energy-inefficient. With that in mind, scientists have developed a wearable LED photostimulator... Continue Reading Wearable LED device could regrow hair Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags:
Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Ellie Birkhead has developed a process of brick making that incorporates local waste products from the Chiltern Hills, in an attempt to "forge a future for local industry". Read more
An intriguing new study from Columbia University Irving Medical Center has found that the same gene associated with a condition responsible for autoimmune-related hair loss could be recruited to help our immune cells better target tumors... Continue Reading A gene that causes hair loss may be recruited to help kill cancers Category: Science Tags: Cancer Genetics
Kingston School of Art graduate Oksana Bondar has created a dressing table stool from human hair to demonstrate the design possibilities of the material. Read more
the salon aims at setting an airy space featuring japanese visual simplicity and conceptual sophistication. The post sides core’s hair salon ‘flux’ in kyoto features suspended mirrors as centerpieces of the space appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
'hair affairs' is a collection of brushes made of artificial human hair that promotes generosity towards people’s quirks, follies and cravings. The post helge simon’s hair paintbrushes cater for emotional needs with wit and delight appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Despite a hefty amount of research, science still hasn't cracked the mystery of how to stimulate hair regrowth. A new study, spearheaded by researchers at the University of Manchester, has uncovered an entirely new way to promote human hair growth – and it's inspired by a side effect of a nearly 50-year-old drug... Continue Reading Side effect of an old drug inspires new hope for treating
Graphene, the "wonder material" composed of one-atom-thick sheets of linked carbon atoms, now has yet another potential application. Led by Prof. Jiaxing Huang at Illinois' Northwestern University, scientists have used it to create a hair dye that's far less harmful than regular dyes...Continue Reading The latest use for graphene – non-toxic hair dyeCategory: ScienceTags: Graphene
An ultra-exclusive special edition built on the chassis and 610-horsepower V10 AWD drivetrain of the Lamborghini Huracan, the Zerouno Duerta offers full carbon bodywork, unique styling and the option to pop the targa-style roof off for high-speed open-top shenanigans. ..Continue Reading Italdesign Zerouno Duerta: 200 mph with the gale-force wind in your hairCategory: AutomotiveTags: G
a feature considering the growth of the natural hair movement accompanies the photo series.The post natural hair movement celebrated in photo series by lily bertrand-webb appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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