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Design Decomposing Bodies Power Ethereal Cemetery Lanterns

Sylvan Constellation imagines final resting places as green, bright spaces

Technology Flu Forecasting Tool Predicts Health Trends Two Months In Advance

Scientists at Columbia University have developed a forecasting system that can predict when influenza will pass through different regions.

Wu-Tang Clan Member Uses Hip Hop To Teach Science

Students in a Brooklyn school write rhymes to help them learn basic concepts.

Gaming & Play Company Uses Gaming To Teach The World To Code [Future of Gaming]

PSFK discuss the Future of Gaming with the founders of Codecademy, a company that has developed a new way to teach people programming.

Technology Is The Internet Making You Forget?

Our increasing reliance on the Internet to answer virtually any question has handicapped our ability to remember the simplest of facts.

What Makes A Successful City? [Video]

Growing urban centers and populations provoke thought and discussion on what qualities make cities livable and help them thrive.

Technology A Decentralized Internet In The Freedom Box

A Columbia law professor is developing an alternate internet based around low-power plug servers that fit in the palm of a hand.

Design Future Of Real-Time: Context Cartography

Through the union of data and location, multiple layers of real-time information can be displayed geographically, providing enhanced situational context.

Work The Hacker War Over Wikileaks

Operation: Payback targets foes of Julian Assange including Paypal, Twitter, PostFinance and Mastercard.

Advertising Monocolumn: Shindig To Shape The World

Opening on 22 June, the New York Forum summit is envisioned as an intimate gathering of the international economic elite to help rescue the battered world economy.

Advertising Does Social Media Make Everyone A Journalist?

According the Journalism School at Columbia University, there are certain skills all journalists should have when it comes to social media.