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Deep Sea Fish Farming in Geodesic Domes

From Motherboard: Taking inspiration from naturally-occurring schools of fish and Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic domes, Page (of Ocean Farm Technologies) co-designed the Aquapod, a free floating, untethered deep ocean fish habitat which reduces overcrowding, and creates less stress on surrounding environments due to its unique ability to change location with the ocean's current.

"Build Your Own Lab Equipment" - TRend

The fabricate your own labware trend strengthens,At an upcoming "TReND in Africa" (Teaching and Research in Neuroscience for Development) workshop, application here, Participants their own fully functioning 3D printer (MOST RepRap delta) during the course and receive basic training in their use and maintenance. Show More Summary

Kitchen Conversations : Palettes of Africa

Recently held: Now in its fourth installation after sold-out events in Toronto(2012 and 2014) and Paris(2013), Palattes of Africa is a unique culinary event spearheaded by fashion designer/curator, Chinedu Ukabam in collaboration with a rotating cast of burgeoning and established chefs and occasionally artists. Show More Summary

3D Africa

On Indiegogo: 3D Africa from Youth for Technology Foundation on Vimeo.There's more to 3D printing than meets the eye. On the surface, girls in Youth for Technology's 3D Africa program learn to use 3D printing technology to print things like jewelry, phone cases, and art. Behind the scenes, and with your support, 3D Africa can help close the STEM gender skills gap. via 3ders

At Sundance 'A Will of Iron'

Covered earlier, directed by Seyi Fabunmi and Mobolaji Adeolu, now at Sundance 'A Will of Iron': "A Will Of Iron" | Sundance Short Film Challenge from Sundance Artist Services on Vimeo.A story about a blacksmith living under the third mainland bridge with his wife and baby for almost 15 years. image courtesy of 'A will of Iron'

Run Cheetah Run

Over at the 1% club: Run Cheetah Run - A New Generation of African Changemakers from 1%Club on Vimeo.

Furniture from Mwanzi

via Make: MWANZI - The Spotlight Series by Once Films from Once Films USA on Vimeo.St. Louis furniture builder Jermain Todd crafts beautiful industrial pieces in his studio at a converted brewery space.

I See A Different You

From South Africa, in media production, I See A Different You: Grant's Whisky Interview from I SEE A DIFFERENT YOU on Vimeo.A trio collective from Soweto, portraying South Africa as they see it.

WAGE 14, West Africa's first computer gaming exhibition and conference

SmartMonkeyTV in conversation with Adedoyin Ogundoyin founder of WAGE 14: Africa’s computer gaming sector is still tiny but it is beginning to grow. Until recently, it has had almost no public profile. This is about to change in West Africa with a new event in Lagos called West African Gaming Expo 2014 (WAGE 2014). Show More Summary

Hastings Mkandawire - Maker

YALI Fellow Hastings Mkandawire, is the founder and Director of Turbines Development Enterprise which recently received a $25K grant. After the jump a video of Hastings and his colleague Jimmy Mzilahowa fabbing a generator: HomemadeShow More Summary

The 'Menn Baladha' Makers

Updates from Menn Baladha studio covered earlier: Menn Baladha from Nahla on Vimeo....founded by a group of Cairo based designers; designing a return to crafts. Menn Baladha literally means “from where it originated". It is an Arabic...Show More Summary

DIYBiology and the Biology-Art intersection

In the DIYBio arena: DIYSECT Trailer from DIYSECT on Vimeo.DIYsect is a documentary web-series about DIYBiology and the Biology-Art intersection, co-created by Benjamin Welmond and Mary Tsang...DIYsect is a documentary web-series that introduces people in the DIY Biology, Bioart, and general biotech community. Show More Summary

The Arrival of iFilms

Thembi Mutch writing in ThinkAfrica:...there has also been a noticeable burst of directors shooting films on incredibly low budgets, often on their smart phones and in local transport (tro-tro in Ghana, dala dala in Tanzania, matatus in Uganda). Show More Summary

Agi & Sam Fashion

Agi Mdumulla is the co-founder of Agi & Sam fashion house: Agi & Sam from Edward Housden on Vimeo.Agape Mdumulla and Sam Cotton began the brand with the fundamental thought of designing for 'men'. After years of countless menswear collections...Show More Summary

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