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Massive Attack are releasing their album Mezzanine in a new format: DNA | WIRED UK
For Mezzanine's 20th anniversary, the band have encoded the album in strands of synthetic DNA. One spray can contains around one million copies
MassiveAttack  RobertDelNaja  Mezzanine  DNA  Genetics  Science  ScienceNews  MusicNews  LimitedEditions  WiredUK  WiredMagazineUK 
october 2018 by dk33per
Can anyone tell the difference between music files at 128 kbps and 256 kbps?
Record label EMI and Apple announced Monday that iTunes will soon offer premium music files, which come without copy protection and have a bitrate of 256 kbps instead of the usual 128 kbps. The luxury tracks will cost 30 cents more than the standard downloads. Will people be able to hear the difference? Probably not. Studies (PDF) have found that as long as you're using high-quality encoding software, music compressed to a bitrate of 128 kbps or more is "transparent"—in other words, most listeners can't distinguish it from CD quality.
MP3  Feeling  HumanHearing  Bitrates  Music  MusicIndustry  MusicBusiness  Standards  Guidelines  TechnicalSpecs  Media  Audio  Codecs  Streaming  Digital  DigitalMedia  EMI  Science  Slate 
september 2018 by dk33per
Stars billions of years old drop clue to start of universe - CNET
Astronomers see signs of the first light from the universe's earliest stars, but one find hints at darker forces at work shortly after the Big Bang.
Space  Cnet  Astronomy  TheBigBang  DarkMatter  Science 
march 2018 by dk33per
Cancer drugs could treat rare blood-vessel disorder - BBC News
Researchers have found the genetic cause of a blood-vessel disorder that can cause deadly bleeds and stroke.
Health  Science  Treatments  BloodDisorders  Research  BBCNews  Cancer  Medicine 
february 2018 by dk33per
Jayda G's euphoric sets have brought soul and disco back to the dancefloor - Artists - Mixmag
I’m super into academia,” says Jayda G, an unexpected declaration from the Vancouver-raised DJ and producer whose career exploded in 2017 with unashamedly retro sets fusing soul, disco and classic house. “I’ve been on a full-on science track all my life,” she explains. “I wanna get my Masters, then my PhD… I wanna be a professor...” Now she’s moved to Berlin, she’s still writing a thesis for her Masters in Environmental Toxicology, which involves “studying chemicals and how they affect marine mammals”.
Mixmag  JaydaG  DJ  Dance  DanceMusic  Science  Interviews  MusicFeatures  Music 
january 2018 by dk33per
Could a planet made completely of water exist? - Worldbuilding Stack Exchange
To be clear what the properties of this water planet should be:

The planet is completely made out of water (that is, any non-water substance makes up a negligible amount of its mass). There may be a non-water atmosphere above, but there's no stone or metal center; the water goes down to the center.
Most or all of the water on the planet's surface is liquid (there may be polar ice caps, but they shall cover less than half of the planet).
The planet is held together by its own gravitation.
Is such a planet possible? And if so, could there be a plausible mechanism how it could be created naturally?
Science  Space  Planets  ScienceFiction  StarTrek  Water  Aqua  Gravity 
january 2018 by dk33per
Milky Way being pushed through space by cosmic dead zone, say scientists | Science | The Guardian
It is known that our galaxy is being pulled through space, but cosmologists suspected it was being pushed as well – and new research might confirm it
Space  Astronomy  Physics  MilkyWay  Galaxies  Cosmologists  Cosmology  TheGuardian  Science 
january 2017 by dk33per
Can the Micro Bit inspire a million? - BBC News
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march 2016 by dk33per
BBC confirms Sir David Attenborough will front Planet Earth 2 | Media | The Guar...
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february 2016 by dk33per
Alone time is good for us, research says
Lifehack (Website) science Loneliness Solidute Motivation research
Lifehack  (Website)  science  Loneliness  Solidute  Motivation  research 
february 2016 by dk33per
Timeline of canon media - Wookieepedia - Wikia
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january 2016 by dk33per
Star Wars: A complete chronology of the new canon | T-Lounge | Tech Times
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Star  Wars  (series)  Star  Wars  VII  disney  Lucasfilm  film  news  Science  Fiction  (sci-fi)  Kathleen  Kennedy  JJ  Abrams  timelines  Fictional  timelines  chronology  Expanded  universes  Spin-offs  Prequels  Sequels  comics  Comic  news  (Comics)  tv  news  shows  (programmes)  Tech  Times 
january 2016 by dk33per
Back to the Future II: What did it get right and wrong? - BBC News
Back to the Future BBC News Leo Kelion (BBC Tech) technology 2015 film culture filmmaking Science Fiction (sci-fi) future Predictions Futurologists
Back  to  the  Future  BBC  News  Leo  Kelion  (BBC  Tech)  technology  2015  film  culture  filmmaking  Science  Fiction  (sci-fi)  Predictions  Futurologists 
october 2015 by dk33per
Vitamin Pills Could Increase Cancer Risk
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Fucking  Love  Science  (Website)  Vitamin  and  body-building  supplements  Vitamins  University  of  Colorado  cancer  research  UK  health  wellbeing  Medicine 
april 2015 by dk33per
Sexism in Silicon Valley and beyond: tech wake-up call
BBC News Martha Lane-Fox Politics UK politics LSE (London Stock Exchange) science museum Women in tech Technology Sexism and misogyny silicon valley
BBC  News  Martha  Lane-Fox  Politics  UK  LSE  (London  Stock  Exchange)  science  museum  Women  in  tech  Technology  Sexism  and  misogyny  silicon  valley 
march 2015 by dk33per
Solar eclipse – as it happened
Solar eclipse 2015 The Guardian astronomy science Solar eclipses space Moon (Earth's) Sun (Star) Myths and legends great britain UK UK news Europe Star gazing
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march 2015 by dk33per
'Breathtaking' solar eclipse occurs
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Solar  eclipse  2015  astronomy  science  Solar  eclipses  space  Moon  (Earth's)  Sun  (Star)  Myths  and  legends  great  britain  UK  UK  news  Europe  Star  gazing  BBC 
march 2015 by dk33per
Solar eclipse - BBC News
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Solar  eclipse  2015  astronomy  science  Solar  eclipses  space  Moon  (Earth's)  Sun  (Star)  Myths  and  legends  great  britain  UK  UK  news  Europe  Star  gazing  BBC  norway  Svalbard  (Norway) 
march 2015 by dk33per
Solar eclipse: what you need to know
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Solar  eclipse  2015  The  Guardian  astronomy  science  Solar  eclipses  space  Moon  (Earth's)  Sun  (Star)  Myths  and  legends  great  britain  UK  UK  news  Europe  Star  gazing 
march 2015 by dk33per
Terry Pratchett, Discworld series author, dies aged 66
Terry Pratchett Discworld (Series) Geek (nerd) culture Inspirational people Science Fiction (sci-fi) The Guardian fantasy books authors Alzheimer's disease
Terry  Pratchett  Discworld  (Series)  Geek  (nerd)  culture  Inspirational  people  Science  Fiction  (sci-fi)  The  Guardian  fantasy  books  authors  Alzheimer's  disease 
march 2015 by dk33per
Leonard Nimoy, actor who played Mr Spock on Star Trek, dies aged 83
Leonard Nimoy Star Trek (series) William Shatner George Takei Geek (nerd) culture Inspirational people actors voice actors Heroes and heroines Science Fiction (sci-fi) barack obama The Guardian
Leonard  Nimoy  Star  Trek  (series)  William  Shatner  George  Takei  Geek  (nerd)  culture  Inspirational  people  actors  voice  actors  Heroes  and  heroines  Science  Fiction  (sci-fi)  barack  obama  The  Guardian 
march 2015 by dk33per
What’s life like for a man who tastes words?
health science Brain (Science) food and drink language Words New words Interviews Synaesthesia Neuroscience taste
health  science  Brain  (Science)  food  and  drink  language  Words  New  Interviews  Synaesthesia  Neuroscience  taste 
february 2015 by dk33per
How long can we stay awake?
BBC Future (Website) health science Death and dying medical Medicine sleep Sleep patterns
BBC  Future  (Website)  health  science  Death  and  dying  medical  Medicine  sleep  patterns 
february 2015 by dk33per
Why broken sleep is a golden time for creativity – Karen Emslie – Aeon
Creativity sleep Sleep patterns psychology Karen Emslie Adventurers writers Good reading for writers (Writing) dreams science Aeon magazine philosophy
Creativity  sleep  patterns  psychology  Karen  Emslie  Adventurers  writers  Good  reading  for  writers  (Writing)  dreams  science  Aeon  magazine  philosophy 
february 2015 by dk33per
Album artwork Optigram (Artist) Art graphic design Designers design portfolios Science Fiction (sci-fi) geometry Abstraction (Abstract) Camouflage Lex Records Hyperdub Records
Album  artwork  Optigram  (Artist)  Art  graphic  design  Designers  design  portfolios  Science  Fiction  (sci-fi)  geometry  Abstraction  (Abstract)  Camouflage  Records  Hyperdub  Records  LexRecords 
february 2015 by dk33per
'I may go to Mars and never come back'
BBC News Mars (Planet) Kat Collins (Journalist) Maggie Lieu (Astronomer) Mars One (Mission) space exploration Coventry ISS (International Space Station) Interviews space science BBC Newsbeat
BBC  News  Mars  (Planet)  Kat  Collins  (Journalist)  Maggie  Lieu  (Astronomer)  Mars  One  (Mission)  space  exploration  Coventry  ISS  (International  Station)  Interviews  space  science  BBC  Newsbeat 
february 2015 by dk33per
JSTOR academic Academic journals database resources research science knowledge education Reference Gatekeepers books ebooks
JSTOR  academic  journals  database  resources  research  science  knowledge  education  Reference  Gatekeepers  books  ebooks 
february 2015 by dk33per
George Lucas: I wanted to direct Star Wars 7
George Lucas Star Wars (series) Star Wars Sequel Trilogy Star Wars Episode VII Film JJ Abrams Mark Hamill Science Fiction (sci-fi) radio times
George  Lucas  Star  Wars  (series)  Star  Wars  Sequel  Trilogy  Star  Wars  Episode  VII  Film  JJ  Abrams  Mark  Hamill  Science  Fiction  (sci-fi)  radio  times 
january 2015 by dk33per
Everything ‘Back to the Future Part II’ Got Right and Wrong About 2015, Accordin...
Back to the Future 2015 Steven Spielberg Michael J Fox future futurism Predictions Newsweek Culture Film Science Fiction (sci-fi)
Back  to  the  Future  2015  Steven  Spielberg  Michael  J  Fox  futurism  Predictions  Newsweek  Culture  Film  Science  Fiction  (sci-fi) 
january 2015 by dk33per
Science Fiction Season - BBC
Science Fiction (sci-fi) BBC BBC Two (BBC2) history Star Wars (series) Tomorrow's World (BBC) science Television (TV)
Science  Fiction  (sci-fi)  BBC  BBC  Two  (BBC2)  history  Star  Wars  (series)  Tomorrow's  World  (BBC)  Television  (TV) 
november 2014 by dk33per
Dating Naked: reality TV nobody should be exposed to on a sofa | Television & ra...
Television (TV) Australia reality tv humour The Guardian Australian television (TV) Culture Science and nature (TV)
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october 2014 by dk33per
Technics SL-1200 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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panasonic  Matsushita  Turntables  and  record  players  Technics  (Electronics)  Technics  SL-1200  wikipedia  DJing  mixing  and  sound  production  DJs  1970s  2010  2010s  Music  and  production  history  Technology  science  museum  Culture  Hip  Hop  Direct  drive  Belt  drive 
june 2014 by dk33per
The hour of code: why we should get with the program… and try coding
Programming (Coding) computing Internet Technology computer science ICT (Information Technology) science education The Observer Women Women in tech Women in games Kathryn Parsons
Programming  (Coding)  computing  Internet  Technology  computer  science  ICT  (Information  Technology)  science  education  The  Observer  Women  Women  in  tech  Women  in  games  Kathryn  Parsons 
march 2014 by dk33per
Sian Williams: from breakfast TV host to trauma psychologist
Post-traumatic stress disorder mental health war reporting television industry Media society sian williams BBC BBC News BBC Breakfast psychology science Maggie Brown
Post-traumatic  stress  disorder  mental  health  war  reporting  television  industry  Media  society  sian  williams  BBC  BBC  News  BBC  Breakfast  psychology  science  Maggie  Brown 
march 2014 by dk33per
Vert -
File convertion (Software) Measurements currency Units (Measurements) iOS iPhone Apps Webscape Useful digital tools maths science
File  convertion  (Software)  Measurements  currency  Units  (Measurements)  iOS  iPhone  Apps  Webscape  Useful  digital  tools  maths  science 
january 2014 by dk33per
Where are the Black Women in Science Fiction? -
Black people Black women Media Diversified (Media Diversity UK) Science Fiction (sci-fi)
Black  people  Black  women  Media  Diversified  (Media  Diversity  UK)  Science  Fiction  (sci-fi) 
january 2014 by dk33per
Reinforcing gender stereotypes: how our schools narrow children's choices
science physics schools A-levels further education Women lifestyle Gender world news UK news
science  physics  schools  A-levels  further  education  Women  lifestyle  Gender  world  news  UK  news 
december 2013 by dk33per
An A-Z of modern office jargon
work culture Business Money language work and careers management Jargon (Lingo) science
work  culture  Business  Money  language  work  and  careers  management  Jargon  (Lingo)  science 
october 2013 by dk33per
How not to run a women in science campaign
Nathan Richards (Goldsmiths) Gender Women The Guardian Goldsmiths University Ethnicity science
Nathan  Richards  (Goldsmiths)  Gender  Women  The  Guardian  Goldsmiths  University  Ethnicity  science 
october 2013 by dk33per
BBC News - Voyager probe 'leaves Solar System'
BBC News nasa space exploration Voyager (Nasa) space Solar system science
BBC  News  nasa  space  exploration  Voyager  (Nasa)  space  Solar  system  science 
september 2013 by dk33per
BBC Radio 4 - Open Book, Neil Gaiman Special
BBC Radio 4 books Culture Heroes and heroines Science Fiction (sci-fi) fantasy children's books Inspiration Interviews writers Radio Coraline Neil Gaiman
BBC  Radio  4  books  Culture  Heroes  and  heroines  Science  Fiction  (sci-fi)  fantasy  children's  books  Inspiration  Interviews  writers  Radio  Coraline  Neil  Gaiman 
august 2013 by dk33per
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technology  Galleries  Vinyl  Pictures  United  States  (USA)  diagrams  science 
march 2013 by dk33per
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world  news  Aids  and  HIV  Medical  research  children  and  teenagers  health  United  States  (USA)  research  science 
march 2013 by dk33per
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technology  occult  Death  and  dying  Social  media  lifestyle  Black  Mirror  Science  Fiction  (sci-fi)  will  coldwell  media  The  Guardian  Bereavement 
february 2013 by dk33per
Alan Moore: why I turned my back on Hollywood
The Observer Interviews culture fantasy Science Fiction (sci-fi) short films books film comics and graphic novels comics graphic novels Lex Records alan moore
The  Observer  Interviews  culture  fantasy  Science  Fiction  (sci-fi)  short  films  books  film  comics  and  graphic  novels  comics  graphic  novels  Records  alan  moore  LexRecords 
december 2012 by dk33per
Yvette Horizon | CLUSTERFUND
independent films drama animation Science Fiction (sci-fi) crowdfunding film short films yvette horizon
independent  films  drama  animation  Science  Fiction  (sci-fi)  crowdfunding  film  short  films  yvette  horizon 
december 2012 by dk33per
C.P. Snow - THE REDE LECTURE, 1959 - The Two Culture
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culture  lectures  and  keynotes  research  higher  education  university  Essays  and  long  reads  education  humanities  science  media  Art 
november 2012 by dk33per
Everyone wants a slice of Raspberry Pi
Programming (Coding) ICT (Information Technology) science cern The Observer miranda sawyer education computer science computing raspberry pi technology
Programming  (Coding)  ICT  (Information  Technology)  science  cern  The  Observer  miranda  sawyer  education  computer  science  computing  raspberry  pi  technology 
november 2012 by dk33per
research medical science reports lifestyle nhs welfare health trusts and foundations
research  medical  science  reports  lifestyle  nhs  welfare  health  trusts  and  foundations 
october 2012 by dk33per
News International confirms closure of Times science magazine Eureka | PressGaze...
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endings  media  downturn  advertising  readership  Magazines  newspapers  News  UK  (News  International)  nature  science  the  times  supplements 
october 2012 by dk33per
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september 2012 by dk33per
Can't get enough Futurama: Futurama News
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comedy  humour  Science  Fiction  (sci-fi)  cartoons  animation  tv  news  Television  (TV)  fansites  futurama 
september 2012 by dk33per
Neil Armstrong, first man to walk on the moon, dies at age 82
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science  apollo  11  world  news  United  States  (USA)  nasa  Obituaries  and  memoriams  The  Guardian  space  exploration  space  astronauts  neil  armstrong 
august 2012 by dk33per
BBC - BBC World Service Programmes - Your World, The Culture Of Gaming, Episode ...
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culture  Video  games  (Gaming)  Gaming  Art  storytelling  aleks  krotoski  computer  science  bbc  bbc  world  service 
august 2012 by dk33per
Mars Exploration: Home
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science  technology  nasa  space  exploration  space  research  astronomy  Mars  (Planet) 
august 2012 by dk33per
Actors teach game characters the subtleties of body language (Wired UK)
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kinect  sensors  motion  capture  computer  science  naturalmotion  interactive  Gaming  Wired  magazine  technology  Goldsmiths  University 
august 2012 by dk33per
BBC - BBC World Service Programmes - Click, 14/08/2012
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factual  science  pixels  Stage  lighting  technology  BBC  Click  radio  world  service  london  2012  events 
august 2012 by dk33per
New Statesman - Right on the Monáe
Opinion Science Fiction (sci-fi) Rhythm and blues (R&B) Music new statesman Janelle Monáe
Opinion  Science  Fiction  (sci-fi)  Rhythm  and  blues  (R&B)  Music  new  statesman  Janelle  Monáe 
july 2012 by dk33per
Jayne Nelson
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Star  Trek  (series)  columnists  journalists  fantasy  Science  Fiction  (sci-fi)  Blogs  sfx  magazine  jayne  nelson 
july 2012 by dk33per
Jaron Lanier's Homepage
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computer  science  media  hip  hop  Music  nasa  technology  people  culture  philosophy  jaron  lanier 
july 2012 by dk33per
Intelligence Squared - Thought in action
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intelligence  squared  events  Music  science  audio  video  Politics  intelligence  culture  Ideas  and  concepts  discussion  debate 
july 2012 by dk33per
Iamus, classical music's computer composer, live from Malaga
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technology  Artifical  intelligence  (AI)  computing  Programming  (Coding)  science  consciousness  evolution  world  news  Europe  spain  culture  Music  classical  alan  turing 
july 2012 by dk33per
New Statesman - "Science, it's a girl thing!" says EU Commission, holding lipsti...
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Comment  Blogs  Opinion  European  Union  (EU)  new  statesman  martha  gill  marketing  schools  stem  science  education  Women 
june 2012 by dk33per
brusspup - YouTube
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june 2012 by dk33per
Khan Academy
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june 2012 by dk33per
The wonder of breasts
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june 2012 by dk33per
Men In Black 3 takes down Avengers with $55m | The Voice
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may 2012 by dk33per
Why do people love a bad review?
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may 2012 by dk33per
'The future has only just begun' - video
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may 2012 by dk33per
Neil Armstrong breaks his silence to give accountants moon exclusive
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The  Guardian  astronauts  world  news  United  States  (USA)  Australia  apollo  11  science  nasa  Interviews  neil  armstrong  space  Moon  (Earth's) 
may 2012 by dk33per
Is there a correlation between internet usage and depression? | | Independent No...
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Social  media  anti-social  online  bullying  mental  health  technology  science  computing  research  Blogs  psychology  internet  depression  The  Independent 
may 2012 by dk33per
Computer Science Unplugged |
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Webscape  Programming  (Coding)  binary  code  maths  science  stem  education  ICT  (Information  Technology)  computing  computer  science 
may 2012 by dk33per
Dan Crow: The Return of the Tinkerer
In 1814, a man named George from a small village in Northumberland built something that was to change the world. He started out as a humble colliery worker, working at nights fixing clocks and mending shoes to make more money for his family. He was the classic British tinkerer, largely self-taught and with a passion for understanding how things worked and how they could be made better. He ended up inventing some of the key technologies of the industrial revolution.
raspberry  pi  computer  science  computing  innovation  pc  technology  huffington  post  Ideas  and  concepts  Creativity  songkick  dan  crow 
may 2012 by dk33per
Top 10 Albums Every Self-Respecting Science Fiction Fan Should Own
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fans  Lists  Science  Fiction  (sci-fi)  Music  albums  artists  david  bowie  daft  punk  Janelle  Monáe 
may 2012 by dk33per
Singularity University: meet the people who are building our future
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singularity  university  silicon  valley  technology  computing  Google  Robots  internet  science  human  genome  project  genetics  biology  teaching  education  books  Fiction  (sci-fi)  The  Observer  university 
april 2012 by dk33per
TED: Ideas worth spreading
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conferences  science  education  design  entertainment  media  culture  video  Inspiration  technology  Ideas  and  concepts  ted 
april 2012 by dk33per
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