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Nike Pro TurboSpeed Is A Golf Ball-Inspired Track Uniform with Dimples

The Nike Pro TurboSpeed is, as the name vividly suggests, a track uniform that offers professional athletes an advantage over their rivals. Through the clever use of aerodynamic techniques more commonly found on golf balls, the company has found a way to shave milliseconds off a sprinter’s time. Or at least that’s the bold claim …

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Roominate, A Dollhouse Designed To Get Girls Excited About Tech

Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (or “STEM,” as these fields are collectively called nowadays) are overcrowded with dudes. Why are these fields so gender-imbalanced? Does it have to do with girls’ innate preferences, or is it a kind of learned avoidance that starts in childhood? The creators of Roominate, an educational toy designed to get …

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Designer Creates Eco-Friendly Minimalistic Coca Cola Can

New York-based designer Ryan Harc has created a concept design for a minimalistic Coca Cola can that is eco-friendly and 100% recyclable In his concept design called “Colorless”, the can has been designed with a convex logo instead of Coca Cola’s signature red and white painted-on design. According to Harc, he said that by stripping …

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David Edwards – A Package You Can Eat, To Prevent Plastic Pollution

Imagine drinking orange juice out of an orange-flavored container that you can chew after. Or ice cream in a non-melting chocolate envelope. WikiCells, unveiled last week, could change how we store our food. David Edwards once came up with a method for delivering drugs inside porous wiffle balls of inhalable insulin (Idea #3). He wrote …

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The Beauty of Hungary’s Stringbike Where Is The Chain?

The Csepel neighborhood of Budapest is a 2,000-acre sprawl of working-class apartments and factories. A large swath of the district used to be solely the domain of heavy industry, where each street took its name from the goods produced inside the mostly abandoned brick buildings lining its curbs. It is here, in a nondescript building …

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