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student develops prosthesis that helps ballerinas perfect technique


marie-t, named after the famous swedish ballet dancer of the romantic ballet era, helps ballerinas perfect the pointe technique.

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this tiny house on wheels has a raising roof that reveals a second floor


devasa is a novel home that when parked up and expanded can sleep up to a family of four. 

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what is the self-driving ‘trolley problem’?


MIT conducts one of the largest studies ever done on global moral preferences but what does it all mean?

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facebook confirms it’s building augmented reality glasses


facebook sparks interest in smart glasses, a technology that's gone somewhat off the radar as of late.

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antarctic expedition runs on solar power in wagon made from waste plastic


to build the solar voyager a new hexagonal building block known as a hexcore has been developed using recycled materials.

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NASA captures strikingly rectangular iceberg off antarctica


capturing a remarkable moment of nature, NASA reveals an impressively rectangular iceberg floating in the weddell sea off antarctica.

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scientists have discovered hundreds of microplastics in human poo


researchers found microplastics in stool samples of people from eight countries suggesting the tiny particles may be widespread in the human food chain.

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world’s longest sea bridge opens between hong kong and china


the bridge is comprised of over 5,700 precast pile caps weighing between 75 and 225 tonnes that were used to minimize the amount of building works on sea.

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watch how burning man devotees stay long after the event to clean it all up


what happens when the 9 days are up on this temporary metropolis and the desert has to be restored to its original condition.

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studio drift installs hanging bouquet of robotic flowers that blossom when you are near


the cluster of robotic flowers reacts to the visitors as if they where the sun to a blooming flower, opening to reveal a complex structure of unfolding fabric.

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