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Design Fiction: Bold Futures Studio in Berlin | Beyond The Beyond | Wire...
*So, apparently there ARE some people in Berlin who do design-fiction, and unsurprisingly they are mostly graduates of the Royal College of
Positive messages set to lift mood at central London station
Commuters at Liverpool Street station will get a break from advertising that suggests “we’re not good enough” as people gather to display po
Pictures: Saving and Studying Tasmania's Giant Trees
As Tasmania's parliament prepares to vote on increasing protections for its native forests, scientists study some of the largest trees in th
Q&A: What the Brain Reveals About the Self — And Self Control | TIME...
With the Obama administration planning a major initiative to map the brain, there's more attention focused on what all of that new informati
We've Reached Peak Infographic, and We're No Smarter for It
It's time to acknowledge the shortcomings of infographics as much as we celebrate their upsides.
These New Species Were Found Feeding Off The First-Ever Antarctic Whale ...
First-ever Antarctic whale skeleton found by British researchers on the ocean floor is thriving with nine new species of organisms.
A School in the Cloud and the Future of Learning | Wired Business | Wire...
Professor Sugata Mitra is developing an entirely new approach to education, one that could dismantle a centuries-old way of teaching.
How can we prepare for climate change without screwing poor people?
Urban adaptation plans are ramping up. It would be nice if the interests of poor and minority communities didn't get trampled in the process
DARPA's 1.8 gigapixel drone camera is a high-res Fourth Amendment lawsui...
As unmanned aerial vehicles continue to populate the skies above battlefields and college campuses faster than anyone can count them, the US
Listen to a Solar Outburst Drown Out Radio Communications on Earth | Wir...
Over the weekend, a tiny spot on the sun erupted into a moderately-sized solar flare that was particularly loud in radio waves. With the sou
U.S. Department of Energy hacked, affecting hundreds of employees
The Department of Energy emailed its employees, announcing that it had been hacked but that no classified information was taken.
Eight Brilliant Minds on the Future of Online Education
Massively open online classes (MOOCs) are the single most important technological development of the millennium so far.