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Skipping the screen: connecting socially via clothing

The evolution of social media is a hard one to predict. Though it grows exponentially, it is tough to say in what direction it will grow and flourish, and which avenues it will take that will die off, or never see the light of day. Wearable...Show More Summary

Targeting fat to treat cancer

For years, cancer was the star of all terminal diseases, one that attracted billions for research, study, and treatment. Similarly, the millions impacted by cancer each year hold out a hope that a cure can one day be found, rather than a treatment that simply prolongs someone's life. Show More Summary

Minimalist Bicycle Supports A Humanitarian Cause

Blu Dot has collaborated with Handsome Cycles to create a bike that looks and does good

Virtual reality: Is it more important than we realize?

For the last century, virtual reality has had mixed reviews. As an entertainment device, it has been treated like a gimmick, or avoided entirely by businesses. When the general public is asked about it most people have a wait and see attitude. Show More Summary

Newspapers: Will they survive in today's new media?

The past few years have been hard for the print news industry. Newspapers are losing money due to a decline in readership, which has resulted in loss of jobs and closure of papers. Even some of the biggest papers such as The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times have been experiencing major losses. Show More Summary

The electoral college: Does it stand a chance for the future?

American presidential elections take place every four years. The problems the public have with the Electoral College stand for so much more- it can influence voter turnout, voter trust in the government, and voter’s faith in the future...Show More Summary

Color-Coded Perfumes Can Be Mixed And Matched For A Unique Scent

Paris-based perfumery Bon Parfumeur created a line of products that encourage people to crate their own unique mix

This Concept Design Could Be The Supermarket Of The Future

The retail space was designed by an MIT professor to be the first fully AR-powered store

Finding other habitable planets in the universe

Discovering a new super-earth Through an international effort, scientists have recently discovered a new super-earth, called GJ 536 b. A super-earth counts as anything larger than earth but also smaller than our larger planets, Uranus and Neptune, which are as big as 17 earth masses. Show More Summary

Minimum Daily Requirement for Creativity

Tips to help you "Start Right Where You Are: How Little Changes Can Make a Big Difference for Overwhelmed Procrastinators, Frustrated Overachievers, and Recovering Perfectionists."

Automated System Promises To Make It Easy To Grow Marijuana At Home

Riding the wave of a rapidly expanding market, LEAF is a self-contained single purpose chamber that enables anyone to harvest their own cannabis

Urban Canopy Concept Could Help Cool Overheating Cities

Blank Studio Design + Architecture has devised a plan to keep urban spaces livable in a future of rising planetary temperatures

Empathy Kit Uses Augmented Reality To Help People Better Understand Autism

Royal College of Art graduate Heeju Kim has designed a Google Cardboard application that is paired with a collection of awkwardly shaped candies meant to impede speech

Legalizing marijuana: what’s next for stoned drivers?

New marijuana legalization has been all the rave recently throughout much of the US and Canada. Everyone from health junkies to elderly grandmas to, of course, the local pot dealer has at least spoken a sentence that hinted at the issue. Show More Summary

This Woodland Farm Actually Grows Furniture

Trees grow directly into chairs, tables and sculpture at Full Grown in the UK

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