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Photo: Don McCullough via Wikimedia Commons
on October 15,2014

The United Arab Emirates’ Ministry of Labour announced that they will start using drones to help inspectors record when construction sites are breaking laws.

on October 07,2014

In this downloadable graphic, technologist Shaan Hurley dissects 37 cocktails and analyzes their architectural makeup. 

Translated Geometries, shape memory polymer
on September 10,2014

Students in Barcelona have created a composite material using shape memory polymers that can deform and return to their original state when activated by cues like heat, humidity, and light.

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on September 12,2014 in Feature

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