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  • Digital Dinner – Food Printed by 3D Printer

    By Victoria on March 25, 2017
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    At Columbia University in New York, a team of engineers think that food could be about to go digital. The engineers are working with chefs to generate a 3D home food printing machine. Digital cooking could have major implications for nutrition and health care in a future of highly customized food production. Hod Lipson, Professor of Robotics Engineering, Colombia University, […]
  • Truckload of Aran Knitwear Leaves Ireland for Belarus

    By Victoria on March 22, 2017
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    A truckload of Aran knitwear recently left Ireland for Belarus. The “Inis Oírr* for Belarus” project was a year-long charity “knitathon” whereby residents of Inis Oírr * undertook to knit scarves, gloves, sweaters, hats and socks for an orphanage just outside Minsk, the capital of Belarus. The individuals taking part in the project ranged in ages from 90 years old […]
  • China Plans To Shut Down Domestic Ivory Trade By 2018

    By Victoria on March 19, 2017
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    China has recently announced that the country plans to shut down its domestic ivory trade by the end of 2017. The four-step plan will progress incrementally, with a halt to commercial ivory processing and sales taking place by 31st March, with the rest of the legal trade being banned by 31st December. According to a translation of the announcement by the Natural […]
  • 5 Year Old Given Batman Styled Prosthetic Hand

    By Victoria on March 16, 2017
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    In Hungary, a young boy born without fingers on his right hand has been fitted with a prosthesis by means of 3D printing technology. Five-year-old Soma was frustrated that he couldn’t play with his favourite toys the way he wanted, so he recently asked for help from Batman. A network of volunteers called E-Nable, who work with 3D printing technology […]
  • Energy Efficient Windows Developed In Liechtenstein

    By Victoria on March 13, 2017
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    In Liechtenstein, a project is underway to develop windows which could provide a source of energy. The windows can be injected with special fluids, such that the outer face of the window is able to collect solar radiation and transform it into energy and the inner face is capable of cooling or heating the space inside a given container. The […]
  • Centuries Old Skeleton Found In Cave In County Clare

    By Victoria on March 10, 2017
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    A scientific study concerning a skeleton that was discovered in a cave in the Burren in Co. Clare has recently been published. The skeleton is believed to be that of a teenage boy who may have died up to 500 years ago. Cavers discovered the human skull at Moneen, outside Ballyvaughan, and prompted a rescue archaeological excavation funded by the […]
  • Share The Word: Global Art Project Turns Slums Into Creative Hubs

    By Victoria on March 7, 2017
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    An organization known as the Outsiders Krew is now helping to stop discrimination against people in slums and other marginalized communities from Kathmandu to the Calais “Jungle” in France. They accomplish this by transforming makeshift dwellings into sprawling, outdoor art exhibits. Whether or not you view graffiti as vandalism or art, the Outsiders Krew is beautifying “the struggle” in low-income neighbourhoods and empowering […]
  • Largest Ever Dementia Study Completed by Gaming

    By Victoria on March 4, 2017
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    A mobile phone game that challenges a gamer’s spatial navigation has generated the largest ever study of dementia. Over 2.4 million people have played ‘Sea Hero Quest’ since it was launched in May 2016, and the game has currently generated the equivalent of over 9,000 years’ worth of lab-based research. It has shown scientists that human spatial navigation, which is […]
  • Implant Provides Communication Developments for Sufferers of ALS

    By Victoria on March 1, 2017
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    Recent innovative research is set to alleviate some of the problems faced by people with the degenerative disease Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), which leads to loss of body control. Hanneke de Bruijne, a 58-year-old woman from the Netherlands, was diagnosed with this condition in 2008, which is also known as motor neurone syndrome. British physicist Stephen Hawking also suffers from […]
  • Psychologist Aids Newlywed’s Fear of Flying at Airport

    By Victoria on February 26, 2017
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    A British man who suffered a severe panic attack minutes prior to boarding a flight to Las Vegas for his honeymoon managed the flight take-off after hypnosis was offered by an Irish psychologist in London’s Gatwick Airport. Jim Roberts, who has an intense fear of flying, was so panicked ahead of his recent flight to the United States, that Virgin Atlantic staff started to […]

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