Introducing a child to the wonder of 3D printing.
Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin
As 3D printing gets cheaper and easier to use, what might children - the next generation of innovators - make?
Jeremy Corbyn wants UK politics to be less theatrical – but the Palace of Westminster is the perfect stage for confrontation.
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He may not have invented the helicopter, but the real man is more than worthy of the myth.
From changing its name to Saint Laurent to bringing an air of perma-cool to the fashion house, creative director Hedi Slimane has turned the company's fortunes around.
Shades of pink and blue: for the first time, Pantone has chosen a blending of two colors.
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The global color authority seems intent on obliterating the confines of gender-color associations.
We need to create safe spaces for young people to enjoy themselves.
Solving the problem of street violence is not just about alcohol -- it's also about design of the urban environment.
John James Audubon’s American Flamingo (1838).
A review of some of the top arts and culture stories from the past year.
Robots that can reproduce could improve their design in ways we wouldn't think of but still within our control.
It’s okay in science fiction but not in real life: A robot (Robin Williams, left) who dreams of becoming human in the movie Bicentennial Man.
Science fiction can be good at predictiong soem of the technologies of tomorrow. But designers take note: not all those ideas are welcome.
Pedalling our televisions could save us a fortune in electricity – and keep us in great shape, too.
Recent events show that you can't always stop an attack, even when you prepare for one.
The treacherous toilet.
Public 'restroom' is a euphemism of the highest order. We don't find it restful.
Exterior of Light of the World Christian Church in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
'I deeply believe that design will meet its true promise when designers engage in design for the sacred.'
A new real-time measuring buoy can change the way the maritime industry operates.
Enhanced data collection capabilities will ensure that information collected from the coastline will be seamless.
Looks like a Jag, emits like a Prius.
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Bond's nemeses usually want to destroy the planet but this one might help save it.
Walter Frentz photographed Adolf Hitler strolling with German diplomat Walther Hewel in the Berchtesgaden Alps, near the dictator’s mountain home.
The timing of Hitler's home renovations coincided with his public makeover as a statesman and diplomat.
Jefe Greenaway leads a sneak preview tours of the new Koorie Heritage Trust place.
This Saturday marks the 30th anniversary of the Koorie Heritage Trust. The Trust will mark the occasion with the official opening of a new place in the Yarra Building on Federation Square. The move represents…
Google now has the unenviable task of redoing all iterations of its old logo.
It's not necessarily the redesign that matters – it's when and how you unveil it.
In a world that is already filled with clutter, simplicity is a strong message.
Google has unveiled its new logo, adopting a sans-serif typeface and retaining the same colours as before. But is it better or more practical than the logo it replaces?
Weavings from Indigenous bush dyeing and weaving workshops.
Being rooted is different from being connected or even grounded. As we know from our mobile phones, connectivity can be fleeting. Grounding is only at surface layers. Being rooted goes as deep in the earth as above in the sky, providing greater stability.