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British-Indian sculptor Anish Kapoor reveals unseen facets of his practice in a confessional new documentary, Under the Skin 

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The latest Design Museum exhibition explores how humans could inhabit Mars, asking a series of psychological, philosophical and practical questions. How do we stay human on a place not designed for humans? How are we going to stay safe and sane on a 9 month journey to Mars? At what point do we become Martians?

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Wired

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New shape-shifting liquids can move or morph on command. One scientist even used them to make liquid cables for his headphones.

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Design Boom

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during the LA design festival, somepeople presented the sky gazing tower, a VR installation that provides personal space in crowded urban environments.

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Edible Ooho seaweed drinks capsules were handed out to runners at the London Marathon yesterday, offering an alternative to plastic water bottles.

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Core 77

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To us relatively wealthy Westerners, the obvious application for a cooler is camping. But for folks in developing nations who don't have access to refrigeration, having some means to keep food fresh is a crucial need, not a creature comfort.
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Luigi Catacuzzeno lines up a long, thin needle against a frog egg. Peering at it through a microscope, he turns the knob of a machine to nudge the needle a fraction of a micron forward. Then he deftly punctures the membrane of the soft little egg to wire it to a small capacitor, an electrical component similar to a battery.
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Developed by Optima, the novel packaging was designed by Optima in collaboration with other companies. The barrier features are what make this Inline Can special, says Optima. Specific details on the materials, however, are not available at this time.
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Frustrated by her lack of self-determination in the housing market, Sarah Murray created a computer game that allows home buyers to design a house and have it delivered to them in modular components that can be assembled on-site. Learn how her effort is putting would-be homeowners in control of the largest purchase of their lives — as well as cutting costs, protecting the environment and helping provide homes for those in need.

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