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The Future Of Airliners?

The Future Of Airliners?

Business, Innovation, Videos

One that could shake up the duopoly of Boeing and Airbus to force competition and new designs? Take a look at the D8, nicknamed the Double Bubble, developed by Aurura, MIT and with the help of NASA.

A Vision For Agriculture

A Vision For Agriculture

Food, Innovation, Long Reads

Allowing cows out to harvest their own feed and spread their own manure is the most profitable means of producing meat and milk. But, somehow, agricultural science has encouraged farmers to mount a treadmill of increasing yields of milk or meat by increasing the amount of production per unit input.

Ultimate Learning Guide To Data Science

Ultimate Learning Guide To Data Science

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XTU Architects Imagines Offshore Oil Rigs Transformed Into Radical Housing Of The Future

XTU Architects Imagines Offshore Oil Rigs Transformed Into Radical Housing Of The Future

Architecture, Design, Innovation

No stranger to an unconventional project, XTU Architects presents their latest fantastical proposal titled ‘x_lands’. The concept looks at life after oil, and in particular, what to do with all the offshore platforms that have been built in the last century to drill for the earth’s natural resources.

3D Printing Ink May Solve The “Toothpaste Problem”

3D Printing Ink May Solve The “Toothpaste Problem”

Innovation, Science

A new kind of ink for 3D printing liquifies when pressed through the nozzle of a 3D printer, but then quickly returns to its original shape, researchers report. The invention paves the way for personalized biomaterial implants, according to new research. As things stand, however, personalized implants remain a long way off.

The Ingenious System Bringing Water To The Chinese Desert

The Ingenious System Bringing Water To The Chinese Desert

Innovation, Nature, Videos

The Karez is a modern-day engineering marvel and a prime example of a native people working with, not against, the forces of nature to deliver their needs – in this case, water. Today, this system nourishes an area called Grape Valley, once an oasis for weary travelers along the Silk Road.

Road To The Future

Road To The Future

Innovation, Videos

While road types can vary greatly depending on their use, location and construction method, the majority are formed from crushed rock, sand and asphalt in a process that releases volatile organic compounds into the atmosphere. In order to curb the environmental impact of road construction, a number of new innovations are now being trialed.

Alice Mann

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Alice Mann
Elon Musk's Battery Farm Is An Undeniable Success

Elon Musk's Battery Farm Is An Undeniable Success

Innovation, Tech

More than two years after winning an electricity bet, Elon Musk’s resulting Australian solar and wind farm is an almost total success. The facility powers rural South Australia, whose population density falls between Wyoming and Alaska, the two least dense U.S. states.

Hyperloop Explained

Hyperloop Explained

Design, Innovation, Tech, Videos

Billed as the fastest way to cross the surface of the earth, Hyperloop represents the greatest leap in transport infrastructure for generations. The concept promises to slash journey times between major cities from several hours to a matter of minutes.

How Technology Is Shaping The World Of Footwear

How Technology Is Shaping The World Of Footwear

Business, Innovation, Tech

Over the past decade, one of the best examples of where tech has flourished is the footwear industry. From self-lacing tech to cushioning systems made from tiny foam particles, brands like Nike, Adidas and others have gone all out trying to change what footwear design means.

Master & Dynamic MW65 Noise-Cancelling Wireless Headphones

Master & Dynamic MW65 Noise-Cancelling Wireless Headphones

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The ultimate companion for your daily listening or travels, the MW65 are Master & Dynamic’s lightest over-ear headphone. Weighing only 245 grams and featuring custom 40mm Beryllium drivers and Active Noise-Cancelling technology, these headphones produce an exceptional acoustic experience.

What Comes After TV?

What Comes After TV?

Innovation, Media, Tech

A mobile-storytelling platform called Quibi has loomed on the content horizon, promising that, when its app launches this spring, it will be a home to a huge library of short-form shows made specifically for your phone. But Snapchat has been operating in that space for years. It’s harder than you’d think.

How Japan Could Reinvent The Hotel

How Japan Could Reinvent The Hotel

Architecture, Design, Innovation

Smart use of space and a centuries-old hospitality industry have made Japan’s hotels pop. A new crop of lodging luring millennials might help define Japan’s post-Olympics, Airbnb era. Boutique, offbeat lifestyle hotels might just be the key to attracting a new kind of traveller – and retaining a competitive edge.

AR For The Naked Eye Transforms Outdoor Advertising

AR For The Naked Eye Transforms Outdoor Advertising

Innovation, Media

London-based media technology startup Lightvert has created a new method for using unexpected and unusual locations. Lightvert’s ECHO technology projects images into the air. Moreover, the images are particular to that location and cannot be seen even a few feet away from the optimal viewing position.

Inside The Race To Build The Best Quantum Computer On Earth

Inside The Race To Build The Best Quantum Computer On Earth

Innovation, Long Reads, Science, Tech

Given their size and wealth, both Google and IBM have a shot at becoming serious players in the quantum computing business. Companies will rent their machines to tackle problems the way they currently rent cloud-based data storage and processing power from Amazon, Google, IBM, or Microsoft.

Liam Wong

Inspiration
Liam Wong
Speedgate, The Sport Invented By Artificial Intelligence

Speedgate, The Sport Invented By Artificial Intelligence

Innovation, Tech

A team of designers in Portland, Oregon, tasked their artificial intelligence system with building a new team sport for us humans. The result of that pet project, Speedgate, is being heralded as the first viable AI-created field game. It has since become an indie sports phenomenon, with proposed leagues in more than 50 countries worldwide.

Radical Hydrogen-Boron Reactor Leapfrogs Current Nuclear Fusion Tech

Radical Hydrogen-Boron Reactor Leapfrogs Current Nuclear Fusion Tech

Innovation, Science

HB11 Energy is a spin-out company that originated at the University of New South Wales, and it announced today a swag of patents through Japan, China and the USA protecting its unique approach to fusion energy generation. Fusion, of course, is the long-awaited clean, safe theoretical solution to humanity’s energy needs.

The Rise Of The Wind Ships

The Rise Of The Wind Ships

Design, Innovation, Nature

Commercial shipping – for many years resistant to the low carbon revolution sweeping other areas of transportation – is changing fast. Could a new generation of innovative propulsion technologies that harness the power of the wind help the shipping industry clean up its act?

Inside X, Google's Top-Secret Moonshot Factory

Inside X, Google's Top-Secret Moonshot Factory

Innovation, Long Reads, Science, Tech

Within Alphabet, Google’s parent company, it is grouped alongside Deepmind in “Other Bets”, although in that metaphor, X is more like the gambler. Its stated aim is to pursue what it calls “moonshots” – to try to solve humanity’s great problems by inventing radical new technologies.

Could Air-Conditioning Fix Climate Change?

Could Air-Conditioning Fix Climate Change?

Innovation, Nature, Science

Air conditioning systems can replace the entire air volume in an office building five or 10 times an hour.  Machines that capture carbon dioxide from the atmosphere—a developing fix for climate change—also depend on moving large volumes of air.  So why not save energy by tacking the carbon capture machine onto the air conditioner?

Teenage Engineering’s 3D Printables Transform IKEA Speakers Into Something Cool

Teenage Engineering’s 3D Printables Transform IKEA Speakers Into Something Cool

Design, Innovation

IKEA’s spirited Frekvens collection designed in cooperation with Stockholm-based audio geeks Teenage Engineering was already unlike anything out there in the consumer audio category. Teenage Engineering are now offering 13 additional customization accessories to 3D print gratis, adding an extra level of the practical and occasionally wonderfully weird to the IKEA line.

The Doomsday Invention: Will Artificial Intelligence Bring Us Utopia Or Destruction?

The Doomsday Invention: Will Artificial Intelligence Bring Us Utopia Or Destruction?

Innovation, Long Reads, Science, Tech

Philosopher Nick Bostrom argues that true artificial intelligence, if it is realized, might pose a danger that exceeds every previous threat from technology—even nuclear weapons—and that if its development is not managed carefully humanity risks engineering its own extinction.

Pablo Pasadas

Inspiration
Pablo Pasadas
'The Countryside Is Where The Radical Changes Are': Rem Koolhaas Goes Rural

'The Countryside Is Where The Radical Changes Are': Rem Koolhaas Goes Rural

Architecture, Business, Innovation

“There has been no architecture of a similar vigour in the last 100 years. It is based strictly on codes, algorithms, technologies, engineering and performance, not intention. Its boredom is hypnotic, its banality breathtaking.” For Koolhaas, the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center embodies a new kind of sublime.

A New Start-Up Wants To Use AI To Replace "Expensive, Architect-Designed" Homes

A New Start-Up Wants To Use AI To Replace "Expensive, Architect-Designed" Homes

Architecture, Design, Innovation, Tech

Tech start-up Higharc aims to “reinvent home design for the digital age.” The company uses iterative design to create “custom” 3D models and plans. Algorithmic design isn’t new to architecture, but it looks like Higharc seeks to do away with “expensive, architect-designed plans that take forever to produce.”

Smart Frames For Growing Plants In The City

Smart Frames For Growing Plants In The City

Cities, Design, Innovation

French company, Urban Canopee, has developed lightweight, adaptable and flexible frames, which serve as support for climbing plants — both in isolation or in groups — and to create a verdant canopy. The company hopes the easy-to-use frames will be used to grow plants on the roofs of buildings and other public spaces.

Design Schemes To Survive Climate Change

Design Schemes To Survive Climate Change

Architecture, Design, Innovation, Nature

A new generation of ­architects, designers, and experts is creating infrastructure and buildings that respond to both extreme conditions and ongoing stress. Here’s a look at some of the most ­innovative approaches to living in a ­increasingly apocalyptic world.

In Arizona, A Case Study In How Architecture Can Adapt To Climate Change

In Arizona, A Case Study In How Architecture Can Adapt To Climate Change

Architecture, Innovation, Nature

In Phoenix, just above the Sonoran Desert, an architecture firm has built an office space as a model of regenerative architecture, which uses existing natural resources to create more life. Through implementing a regenerative design, the firm has been able to increase biodiversity and sustainably harness the sun’s natural energy.

Ripples Of Time Sand Clock By Studio Ayaskan

Ripples Of Time Sand Clock By Studio Ayaskan

Art, Design, Innovation, Videos

The Ripples of Time Sand Clock allows natural materials to be shaped by time, reminding us of its presence. The installation consists of two complementary clocks; Sand and Water. Sand, inspired by Zen Gardens, is the gradual formation and flattening of a ripple pattern over a period of twelve-hour cycles.

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