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We're heading for a world population of 10 billion people — but what will we all eat? Lisa Dyson rediscovered an idea developed by NASA in the 1960s for deep-space travel, and it could be a key to reinventing how we grow food. [Video]

source: TED

According to a new study published in the journal Scientific Reports, researchers from Tel Aviv University have developed a thin, non-invasive carbon electrode that can be placed on the skin to measure muscle and nerve activity and could...

source: Engadget

Aline Lerner create[d] interviewing.io, a platform that allows people to practice technical interviews in a bias-free environment with people from major tech companies such as Google and Twitch. A person's education, employment...

source: The Washington Post

Fine art. Puppies. Never the twain shall meet, right? Wrong, says the American Kennel Club's Museum of the Dog, a St. Louis County museum which allows socialized dogs to stroll beside fine works of dog-themed art. Stephen...

source: Peoria Public Radio

The Worcester Art Museum has some impressive nudes in its collection. On Thursday afternoons, the museum also has a live nude: a model who strikes poses in its galleries. Since 2013, the museum has been offering nude-figure drawing classes once a week. While nude-figure...

source: Boston Globe

An exhibition at London's Science Museum hopes to inspire the data scientists of the future. The Our Lives In Data exhibition is designed to help people explore the "invisible revolution of big data" and the ways it's being...

source: ZDNet


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