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A Genius Design for Airplane Seats as Comfy as Aeron Chairs

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Morph replaces the individual foam pads commonly used as airplane seat cushions with a single sheet of fabric stretched over an adjustable framework.
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Welcome to our big drawer. Here you'll find plenty of articles and tidbits we thought can be useful, with no specific language or preference.

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A 3D-Printing Soap Suds Pen Takes Bubble Baths to the Next Level

A 3D-Printing Soap Suds Pen Takes Bubble Baths to the Next Level | News we like | Scoop.it
Replacing desktop 3D printers with hand-held 3D-printing pens never quite lived up to the promise of letting users turn sketches into real-life objects.
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Siberian larch forests are still linked to the ice age

Siberian larch forests are still linked to the ice age | News we like | Scoop.it
Bremerhaven/Germany, 24 June 2016. The Siberian permafrost regions include those areas of the Earth, which heat up very quickly in the course of climate change.
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Google launches Android programming course for absolute beginners | ZDNet

Google launches Android programming course for absolute beginners | ZDNet | News we like | Scoop.it
Google has designed an Android app developer course for people who've never programmed.
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Scientists glimpse why life can't happen without water

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Scientists are getting closer to directly observing how and why water is essential to life as we know it.
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How Do Checked Bags Actually Get on the Airplane?

How Do Checked Bags Actually Get on the Airplane? | News we like | Scoop.it
A tag, a plastic bin, a metal chassis, and a six mile trek from the moment you check your bag at the counter until it gets on the plane. That’s pretty much all there is too it.
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Olli, a 3D printed, self-driving minibus, to hit the road in US

Olli, a 3D printed, self-driving minibus, to hit the road in US | News we like | Scoop.it
A new maker of self-driving vehicles burst onto the scene Thursday in partnership with IBM's supercomputer platform Watson, and it's ready to roll right now.
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Take that, FBI: Apple goes all in on encryption

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Apple’s newest encryption tool better secures files on all its devices, just the latest in a move to widespread encryption in the tech industry
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Serious Brain Benefits from Computer Games

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A preview by our editor in chief of the July 2016 issue of Scientific American
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How Kevlar Saved an Orlando Police Officer's Life

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Live Science spoke with two material scientists to learn more about how exactly the high-performance plastic protects people
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Statistically, self-driving cars are about to kill someone. What happens next?

Statistically, self-driving cars are about to kill someone. What happens next? | News we like | Scoop.it
Martin Robbins. As autonomous vehicles rack up more and more miles on our roads, the odds of a fatal accident are shortening by the day. How will we react?
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Relaxation Benefits Introverts More Than Extraverts in Boosting Creativity

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A new study found that relaxation training benefited introverts more than extraverts in boosting creative thinking
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Neuroscientists Discover a New Way to Cross the Blood–Brain Barrier

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The harmless virus could deliver medicine throughout the brain
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Here’s How Brexit Could Affect The Global Car Industry

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Brexit! It’s a word! And thanks to a vote yesterday, it’s a Thing! Most simply, it means that the United Kingdom is going to leave the European Union.
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EU referendum: Pro-Brexit MEP admits free movement of labour may not end – live

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All the day’s action as European foreign ministers meet in Berlin andScottish cabinet discusses new independence referendum
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This 1938 Magazine Cover Showed Britain a Shinier, Happier Future

This 1938 Magazine Cover Showed Britain a Shinier, Happier Future | News we like | Scoop.it
The late 1930s were dark times for Britain. War was on the horizon, and things were about to get very, very tough. But some periodicals tried keeping things light with utopian visions of tomorrow.
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Solar cells for greener and safer energies

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Nowadays, our world is in search of cleaner energy sources to power our increasing industrial and economic needs.
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Structure-mapping engine enables computers to reason and learn like humans, including solving moral dilemmas

Structure-mapping engine enables computers to reason and learn like humans, including solving moral dilemmas | News we like | Scoop.it
Northwestern University's Ken Forbus is closing the gap between humans and machines.
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Restoration done on vessel that sank more than 300 years ago

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Archeologists have finished restoring the partial remains of a frigate that was carrying French colonists to the New World when it sank in a storm off the Texas coast more than 300 years ago.
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The Best Cheap Smartphone For Every Off-Contract Need

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When it comes to smartphones, there was a time when cheap really meant shitty. That’s no longer true. But which cheap phones are most worth buying?
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Meet the People Building a Medieval Castle Without Using Any New Technology

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Two hours outside of Paris stands Guédelon, a castle that looks like it’s from the medieval period, but is actually being constructed right now.
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How to Make Metal Coins Magically Float on Water

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Coins are supposed to sink. When you toss ‘em in a fountain, they drop right down to the bottom, right? Not always. There’s a trick that can actually make metal coins float, and it’s totally trippy to see.
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Roman Troops Used Whistling Projectiles to Terrify the Enemy

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Archaeologists working at an ancient Roman battlefield in Scotland have discovered a type of pierced sling-bullet that made a whistling sound when hurled at the enemy.
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6 Things Americans Should Know about Mass Shootings

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A criminologist takes on common misconceptions that often enter debates about gun violence
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Samsung exec: bendable phone is right around the corner

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The war over bendable, foldable smartphones has just been reignited. And unsurprisingly, Samsung is poising itself once again to be the trailblazer in this race
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US Successfully Launches Secret Spy Satellite After Earlier Postponement

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After being called off due to poor weather conditions, the US National Reconnaissance Office is set to try launching a new spy satellite again today [Update: the rocket launched as scheduled at 1:51 p.m.
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