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Paper-Based Battery Activates with Saliva | Architect Magazine

Researchers at the Binghamton University have developed a new kind of battery that is powered by microorganisms. By Ayda Ayoubi A team of researchers from the State University of New York at Binghamton, led by computer science assistant professor Seokheun Choi, have developed a...
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Architecture and Design Reimagined at the Art Institute

On September 12, the museum opens its new permanent collection of modern and contemporary architecture and design. Past Forward: Architecture and Design at the Art Institute is a dynamic, issue-driven installation drawn from the museum’s world-class holdings. From visionary...
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“We have much to learn from the timber constructivists”

Aaron Betsky Architects designing for America‘s future suburbs should look back to the country’s unsung modernists, who created site-appropriate and liveable timber homes across the USA, says Aaron Betsky in this Opinion column. Drive around the suburbs that arose...
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