5
Sep
2016

British architecture competition showcases fresh talent

Tin House, which is also a finalist in RIBA's House of the Year competition, is an ...

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has revealed its six finalists for this year's Stephen Lawrence Prize. Highlighting projects built for under £1 million by fresh architectural talent, this year's selection includes a mobile off-grid artists' studio, an unusual luxury home in London, and an environmentally-friendly school.

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5
Sep
2016

VW and DoorBird let drivers see who’s at the door

With a DoorBird doorbell installed at the house, VW drivers will now be able to see ...

Thanks to online shopping services, you no longer have to ferry yourself down to your local high street to punch a hole in your bank balance. But it's not all plain sailing. Once your product has been ordered and paid for, you then have the problem of securing delivery. Volkswagen wants to make it a bit easier to communicate with delivery drivers and mailmen, allowing people to connect their vehicle's infotainment system to the video bell installed on their doors.

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Category: Automotive

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5
Sep
2016

How to delete a contact group from iCloud

Contact groups can be useful, but as your list of contacts changes over time, you may outgrow the need for some you already have, or develop a need to make more. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how you can delete a contact group from iCloud.com. Spring-cleaning your contact group list helps reduce clutter in […]

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5
Sep
2016

Edible insect farms creep closer to reality in Europe

The EU is exploring the viability of fly larvae as a livestock food source. Dr Elaine ...

As many have discovered, insects can be a delicious, not-at-all-creepy food source that could save us all from a looming global protein deficit. The good news is that the main objection to raising insects for food and livestock feed – that it poses insurmountable chemical and biological health risks – has been tentatively ruled out by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), which says edible insects appear to pose no more of a chemical or biological hazard than any other form of livestock farming.

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5
Sep
2016

Refreshed Mazda 6 gets G-Vectoring Control for sharper handling

Mazda hasn't messed with the outside, but there are some changes under the skin of the ...

In a sea of beige midsize competitors, the Mazda 6 stands out with its sharp design and keen handling. Although the formula really didn't need tweaking, Mazda engineers haven't rested on their laurels. Instead, the facelifted midsizer from Hiroshima comes loaded with clever new chassis technology to keep keen drivers happy.

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5
Sep
2016

First gene-edited meal served up from CRISPR cabbage

This meal of pasta and fried vegetables marked the first time a plant had been cooked ...

It's not often that two people sitting down to dinner marks a huge step forward for science, but that was the case when two men in Sweden tucked into a meal of pasta and fried vegetables recently. The historic ingredient? Cabbage that had had its genome edited with CRISPR-Cas9, making it the first time such a plant had been grown, harvested, cooked and eaten.

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