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  • Head & Shoulders Bottles from Recycled Plastics

    By Victoria on April 25, 2017
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    Consumer goods giant P&G has become the latest company to show it is attempting to tackle the problem of plastic waste. The group has announced that for a limited time, their Head & Shoulders shampoo bottles will be partly made from plastic waste collected by volunteers on France’s beaches. The company is following the example of Adidas, which put 7,000 […]
  • Cello Album of Video Game Themes

    By Victoria on April 22, 2017
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    Chinese-American cellist Gina Guo is taking video game music into the charts with her debut album, ‘Game On’. The combination of tunes on her album is unique, and showcases some of the most popular and well-known game themes with a classical flavour. The 14 track album was created out of the musician’s enjoyment of playing video games. Tina was just three […]
  • Energy Harvesters in Clothes

    By Victoria on April 19, 2017
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    In Germany, scientists at a research facility in Berlin dream of clothing that produces energy as we walk. They have combined different nanomaterials into so-called energy harvesters, which have been designed to create energy by, for example, the movement of your feet. According to electronic technologist Robert Hahn, they “are dealing with two important points: small forces and low frequencies.” He […]
  • Cleaning the Rotunda Hospital (Dublin) for Generations

    By Victoria on April 16, 2017
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    Generations of cleaning staff from north Dublin have kept the Rotunda Hospital, which is the oldest maternity hospital in Ireland, neat and tidy for decades. The hospital has been like “one big family” for staff who have worked there with their children and siblings, and according to Lisa Malone, who works in the hospital’s household department, the staff take pride […]
  • Single Mother Builds House With The Help of YouTube Tutorials

    By Victoria on April 13, 2017
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    In the United States, an Arkansas single mother and her four children managed to construct a five-bedroom, 3500-square-foot home (with three-car garage and a two-story treehouse) by watching hundreds of video tutorials on YouTube. “There was a lot of asking people at Home Depot for help, too,” said Cara Brookins of Bryant, and she added that with “just a little bit at […]
  • New App Helps Farmers Identify Crop Diseases

    By Victoria on April 10, 2017
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    An app for a mobile phone could prove helpful to farmers in identifying diseases in their produce. For instance, tomato plants can suffer from a widespread disease called powdery mildew – it constitutes a fungus that leaves a white powder on the leaves. However, thanks to an app called Plantix, which was developed in Germany by Hanover-based startup Peat, within […]
  • French violinist creates “3Dvarius”

    By Victoria on April 7, 2017
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    A new type of electric violin has been created by the French violinist Laurent Bernadac and is made using 3D printing technology to generate a professional standard instrument. Although critics have questioned the sound it makes, others have expressed the opinion that such an instrument can help musicians and composers push forward their creative frontiers. Creator Laurent Bernadac says, “This […]
  • Journalist Suffering From OCD and Depression Forms Support Group

    By Victoria on April 4, 2017
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    Journalist and columnist Bryony Gordon was suffering from crippling OCD and depression when she went on a life-changing walk that has now turned into a global mental-health network. Inspired by troubled American writer Carson McCullers, she decided to create a walking/running group for people that also were suffering from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Depression. She decided to call the group […]
  • Library Booked Returned After 100 Years

    By Victoria on March 31, 2017
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    In California, a library book has finally been returned to the San Francisco Public Library after 100 Years! A woman named Phoebe Marsh Dickenson Webb, checked the book out 100 years ago when she was 83 and sadly passed away before returning it.  Ironically, the book is titled “40 Minutes Late” and is a collection of short stories that took […]
  • Architecture App For Tourists In Berlin

    By Victoria on March 28, 2017
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    In Germany, a smartphone app is bringing to life the world of the modernist architect Walter Gropius who was one of the founders of the Bauhaus art school. The app can be used to explore Gropius’ buildings in Berlin, one of the most visited cities in Europe, and to learn about the simple, functional style the Bauhaus group pioneered. The […]

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