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The placebo response—mind over matter, plus the mind does matter

For many years, the placebo response both in medicine and in clinical studies was the beneficial physiological response to an inherently inert medical treatment. Science recognized it as a statistical fluke attributed to some individuals...Show More Summary

Transparent Speaker Tells You When Parts Need To Be Replaced

The sustainable design can be easily taken apart and fixed to encourage a longer product life cycle

20/20 Hindsight and How To Avoid Regret

Your Inner Critic is the seemingly invincible voice that makes you second-guess your every step and finds you wanting. Let meditation teacher Mark Coleman help you free yourself.

Airbnb Creates A Sustainable Green Apartment Using Pantone’s ‘Color Of The Year’

The social homestay network has created a sustainable and bookable London flat incorporating Pantone's 15-0343 Greenery color

Environmentally Friendly Bike Made Using Recycled Paper

The Urban CG1 uses an eco-friendly polystyrene paint coating to make it waterproof and sturdy

Graphene Dress Shows The Future Of Fashion Material Design

Developed at the University of Manchester, the intu marks the first time this new material has been incorporated into a garment

Netflix Documentary Series Seeks To Demystify The Creative Process Of Designers

Abstract: The Art of Design lets viewers get a look into the brains of renowned creatives

This Smart Watch Moves All Its Intelligence To The Band

With its brain embedded in away from the face, Origin affords a sleek new level of design

Adidas Unveils A New Vision For The Future Of Sports Fashion

The Y-3 Spring/Summer 2017 collection takes a provocative look at power, authority and dystopian lore

Futuristic Gloves Assist Wheelchair Users In Getting Around

Go Gloves are the result of behavioral research to help people improve their grip for each push on their wheelchair

Dupilumab: A Drug that is Defying Eczema

A Study to Defy Eczema   Atopic dermatitis, or a specific form of eczema, is characterized by a painful and bothersome skin condition. Sufferers of this skin condition report to live in constant discomfort, itchiness, and often carry a heavy rash all over their bodies. Show More Summary

Healthful living: hygienic practices for communicable diseases

Contracting infectious diseases can be avoided by simply using better sanitation practices. Diseases such as pneumonia, diarrhea, and food borne diseases can be prevented by improving personal and home hygiene practices. Hygiene andShow More Summary

Designer Repurposes IKEA Furniture For A Playful Co-Working Space

Architect Izaskun Chinchilla's project embraces the DIY spirit to focus on the necessities of working in a public environment

The tidal wave of information: The new media age

The impact of technology has changed the landscape of journalism considerably. The advent of the internet had a profound effect on the newspaper industry due to the barrage of online access to content. The New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Boston Globe struggled to retain readers who could access content for free online. Show More Summary

LUKA: New app lets you speak with the dead

We've all lost loved ones. Eventually, after grieving and accepting the truth, we move on. But don't you always have this moment when you wish you had one chance to connect with that person for one last time? Although it might not seem possible in the physical world, it is now possible to virtually communicate with the dead. Show More Summary

Fabrics Harnesses Bacteria To Glow For Hours

Designer Victoria Geaney has discovered a method that bacteria to add a bioluminescent glow to her apparel

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