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Danish design studio Flensted Mouritzen has created a running mould machine that makes sculptural plaster objects with mottled surfaces. Read more
An exciting new study from researchers at UC San Francisco has demonstrated how a new kind of CRISPR technique can increase the expression of certain genes, instead of the more traditional technique of actively cutting or editing DNA. The method was tested in mice by targeting two genes associated with hunger, with the animals reducing their food intake and not becoming obese... Continue R
An exciting new study suggests a single MRI scan can accurately predict whether a person will develop dementia up to three years before any cognitive symptoms are detectable. The prospective diagnostic tool is hoped to be able to better identify at-risk patients so preventative measures can be deployed to slow the onset of neurodegeneration... Continue Reading MRI technique predicts dement
A new study from the Telethon Kids Institute in Australia has revealed a possible association between intellectual disability and some specific forms of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART). Experts are urging caution when interpreting these results as it is unclear exactly what may be causing the increased rates of intellectual disability... Continue Reading Experts urge caution over st
marie-t, named after the famous swedish ballet dancer of the romantic ballet era, helps ballerinas perfect the pointe technique. The post student develops prosthesis that helps ballerinas perfect technique appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A fascinating new study from scientists at UCLA has proposed a novel strategy to help autistic individuals improve their ability to process visual information. The experimental technique, demonstrated in mice, found that certain dysfunctional cells in the visual cortex can be genetically "tuned" to better respond allowing improved visual and sensory learning abilities... Continue Reading G
Freezing is one of the simplest methods of preserving food, biological tissue and other perishables, but the formation of ice crystals can damage cells. Now, researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) have developed a new way to "supercool" water and similar solutions to keep them in a liquid form well below the usual freezing point... Continue Reading Supercool technique keeps
The concept of an invisibility cloak sounds like pure science fiction, but hiding something from view is theoretically possible, and in some very-controlled cases it's experimentally possible too. Now, researchers have developed a new device that works in a completely different way to existing cloaking technology, neatly sidestepping some past issues and potentially helping to hide everyda
Tony Northrup is regularly asked by viewers how he is able to capture handheld shots at such slow shutter speeds. For example, it's not uncommon for him to shoot with a telephoto lens at shutter speeds as slow as 1/25 of a second. His shutter speeds are guided by the "rule of doubles," a rule he made up to replace the film-era reciprocal rule. With lenses and cameras featuring better image
When you need to shoot at higher ISOs, the tradeoff is that you often have an image with a lot of visual noise. This can simply reduce fine details, but it can also introduce false colors into your shots. In any case, it's unsightly and there are many ways you can reduce noise during post-processing. In a new video tutorial, Mads Peter Iversen shows off a specific technique for reducing noi


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