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Syndicated june 24, 2016

Instagram Artist Captures The Vintage Neon Signs Of Urban America

In her Analog Streets project, photographer Lisa Guerriero scours US cities for faded remnants of Americana–from ice cream parlors to sleepy motels

Innovation september 23, 2013

Pop-Up Store Kit Transforms Vacant Lots Into Usable Space [Pics]

The miLES Storefront Transformer makes it easy for vendors create pop-ups and use underutilized spaces in New York's Lower East Side.

Design & Architecture march 14, 2013

Polar Umbrella Could Protect And Regenerates Ice Caps

This year’s eVolo Skyscraper Challenge winner is a concept design that would enable research in the Arctic.

Technology january 8, 2013

Cloud-Like Ceiling Interacts With Museum Visitors

New York City design firms develop an engaging, suspended roof for science installations in Queens.

Sustainability june 29, 2010

The Importance Of Sustaining Our Personal Supply Chain

Thoughts on examining where exactly all of our things come from.

Innovation april 29, 2010

A Protein That Heals Broken Bones Three Times Faster

In a recent experiment, scientists found that a family of proteins when injected in lab mice, healed their broken bones three times faster than normal.

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