"Deciphering is both a science and an art... In no other science are the rules and principles so little followed and so often broken; and in no other art is the part played by reasoning and logic so great."
Follow along to uncover the intent of these devices hidden behind trashcans and vending machines in a college library.
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A material designed by MIT chemical engineers can react with carbon dioxide from the air, to grow, strengthen, and even repair itself. The polymer, which...
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We check our phones every 12 minutes, often just after waking up. Always-on behaviour is harmful to long-term mental health, and we need to learn to the hit the pause buttonIt is difficult to imagine life before our personal and professional worlds were so dominated and “switched on” via smartphones and the other...