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MIT Media Lab

MIT Media Lab
When architecture is freed from its greatest enemy—gravity—new architectural materials can flourish. Spatial Flux, from the City Science research group, explores the possibilities. See more videos and learn more on the project page: http://mitsha.re/qevJ30isLcN
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Seriously creepy and fascinating!

Rohit Ashok Khot should do this with food

Prabha Karen PalanisamyAishwarya BaskarJeya BharathiArun Krishna

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thermochromic slime recipe
https://youtu.be/r-w6uobne2oMake this awesome color changing slime that changes color with temperature! Thermochromic slime makes STEM learning fun.
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ETH Zürich

ETH Zürich
ETH researchers developed a biocompatible ink for 3D printing using living bacteria. This allows to produce materials capable of breaking down toxic substances. http://bit.ly/2AzHqJy

Forscher der ETH Zürich entwickelten für den 3D-Druck eine biokompatible Tinte mit lebenden Bakterien. Damit lassen sich Materialien herstellen, die Giftstoffe abbauen. http://bit.ly/2j9vFzm
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3 months ago

Information Materials, Smart Materials for Adaptive Architecture
ISBN 978-3-319-35150-6
has been downloaded 1496 times

Information Materials, Smart Materials for Adaptive Architecture
ISBN 978-3-319-35150-6
has been downloaded 1496 times
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3 months ago

Monday 27/11, h14.15
Politecnico di Milano, Campus Bovisa, School of Design, Via Candiani, 72 | Room B2.3.4

“MATERIABILITY:
Educating Smart Materials for Design and Architecture”

Lecturer: Manuel Kretzer
Visiting Professor in Digital Crafting, Braunschweig University of Art
Founder of Materiability (www.materiability.com)
Partner at Responsive Design Studio (www.responsivedesign.de)
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3 months ago

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