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“Fool’s gold” fossils reveal trilobites breathed through their legs

Trilobites are one of the most common creatures found in the fossil record, but now some particularly well-preserved specimens have revealed some intriguing new details. It turns out that trilobites breathed oxygen – through their legs. Continue Reading Category: Science Tags: Evolution, Marine, Marine Biology, Animals, Fossils, UC Riverside, University of California Riverside, New Atlas

KWK Promes fits a luxury house around a mature garden

Many residential projects begin, logically enough, by designing the house and then adding the garden afterwards. KWK Promes’ “From the Garden House” involved a different approach – it started with a fully developed landscaped garden, with the house then being created to fit into it. Continue Reading Category: Architecture, Lifestyle Tags: Building and Construction, Luxury,

Groundbreaking implant wirelessly relays brain signals in high fidelity

Machines that connect to the human brain to gather and interpret its electrical signals have wide-ranging potential, from enabling paralyzed people control over robotic prostheses to supplementing human intelligence so it keeps pace with artificial intelligence. The team behind a project known as BrainGate have now demonstrated a wireless version of brain-computer interface (BCI) technology

Sustainable pavilion being made from used cork and waste oyster shells

Discarded lobster shells, oyster shells, and used wine bottle corks would typically be considered waste by most people. However, they are all being put to good use as building materials for a sustainable pavilion designed by BakerBrown Studio, planned for the Glyndebourne Opera in East Sussex, England. Continue Reading Category: Architecture, Lifestyle Tags: Building and

“Fool’s gold” fossils reveal trilobites breathed through their legs

Trilobites are one of the most common creatures found in the fossil record, but now some particularly well-preserved specimens have revealed some intriguing new details. It turns out that trilobites breathed oxygen – through their legs. Continue Reading Category: Science Tags: Evolution, Marine, Marine Biology, Animals, Fossils, UC Riverside, University of California Riverside, New Atlas