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College graduate creates a man-made leaf could help us breathe in space.

Whoa!

Royal College of Art graduate Julian Melchiorri has created the first man-made, biologically functional leaf that takes in carbon dioxide, water, and light and releases oxygen. The leaf consists of chloroplasts -- the part of a plant cell where photosynthesis happens -- suspended in body made of silk protein.

Watch the video. It's quite amazing!

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Shout outs to all the introverts out there! Just because you're not interested in constantly expressing yourself doesn't mean your brain's not working.

Want to learn more about introversion and extroversion? We like this article from io9: http://io9.com/the-science-behind-extroversion-and-introversion-1282059791

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13.8 billion years have led up to this. +COSMOSonTV has been nominated for TWELVE Emmy® awards!
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British Artist Paints Masterpieces on Swan Feathers

 Artist Ian Davie has found a natural and sustainable canvas to paint his masterpieces on – swan feathers. Now his light works sell for thousands of dollars.

Each individual piece can take up to a week to complete, but Ian Davey’s delicate feather paintings really are something special to look at. The  artist, who lives in a converted farmhouse in Snowdonia National Park, Wales, paints on swan feathers collected from a nearby swannery. He only uses feathers that naturally fall on the ground during the birds’ annual shedding period and starts the artistic process by cleaning and individually straightening them with tweezers. He always draws a sketch of what he means to paint on the feather, because he only has a one-foot-long, three-inches-wide canvas to work with so he has to know exactly what goes where. He applies a primer and works with a special acrylic paint that protects the feather. To nail the most detailed parts, Ian uses a specialized 000-size brush.

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If you don't fall in love with chemistry after watching this lecture, you never will. It was made in the tradition of Michael Faraday's famous Christmas Lecture series, which caused a lot of children to fall in love with "natural philosophy".

Chemical Curiosities: Surprising Science and Dramatic Demonstrations
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Origami
is the Japanese word for paper folding.

ORI means to fold and KAMI means paper. Together, they form the word, "origami."

It is an art form that has been handed down from parent to child through many generations.

Origami involves the creation of paper forms usually entirely by folding. Animals, birds, fish, geometric shapes, puppets, toys and masks are among the models that even very young children can learn to make in just one sitting.

read more at:
http://www.origamiwithrachelkatz.com/origami/origami.asp
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"...one of the most stimulating and visually spectacular shows about science to ever appear on television." - BTLNEWS.COM
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There is a vast and dark universe that we can't see and don't know at all.
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