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Modern apartment with warm accents in the heart of Brussels

2 weeks 3 days ago

This small apartment in the heart of Brussels is the second home for the owner, who resides in Singapore. The design is based on simple yet sophisticated and elegant shapes and materials, trendy furnishings and light neutral shades, which are diluted with pleasant warm decor. Coffered ceilings are an unexpected solution, but here it was...

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Anna Pufik

Balancing Mobility and Safety at Intersections

2 weeks 3 days ago

Maximizing both the mobility and safety of road users at urban and suburban intersections is of utmost importance to city leaders and citizens today. Trends such as micromobility, connected and automated vehicles, and an explosion of available data, coupled with increasing numbers of bikes and pedestrians on our streets, result in both challenges and opportunities.

The increasing ability to provide intersection connectivity, edge computing and cloud storage, along with growing tool sets, such as Signal Performance Measures (SPM) and advanced video detection, provide new and exciting opportunities to traffic engineers. Possible combinations of Vision Zero intersection solutions, Near-Miss analyses, and the ability to make real-time operating decisions at our intersections can be overwhelming. Still, they must be embraced to ensure public officials are accountable to the traveling public.

Anita Vandervalk, P.E., Vice President at Iteris, and Peter Yauch, P.E., Associate Vice President, Iteris

How Cities are Using the Cloud to Adapt to the Pandemic

2 weeks 3 days ago
I caught up with Joe Bergera - CEO of Iteris - recently and we discussed a cloud-first strategy for cities and the benefits, particularly during the pandemic. Organizations, cities and companies that have replicated some of their business processes in the cloud have navigated the pandemic quite well. We discuss why that is, and what can be done to help other cities during this time.
Jessie Feller Hahn, Executive Director, Meeting of the Minds

Spectacular celebrity homes in the portfolio of photographer Douglas Friedman

2 weeks 3 days ago

Maria Sharapova, Naomi Watts, Alessandra Ambrosio, the Kardashian sisters – these are just a small part of the celebrities whose homes were shot by American photographer Douglas Friedman. Actors, models, artists and athletes, as a rule, are extraordinary and interesting people, therefore the interiors in his portfolio are out of the ordinary. Doulgas, originally from...

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Anna Pufik

MORRIS+COMPANY

2 weeks 3 days ago
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Tall building . London MORRIS+COMPANY . photos: © Sophie Percival Tall building in London housing 428 mixed tenure homes. A complex project designed to global standards, achieving optimum efficiencies, with maximised views and day light, prioritising access to abundant private amenity and integrated public realm and landscape, alongside resident facilities planned into the building including … Continue reading MORRIS+COMPANY
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Contract Documentsfor Small Firm Architects

2 weeks 3 days ago

You may have built your brand, perfected your marketing, developed a strong reputation, executed a flawless sales process, and have received your prospective client’s eager authorization to proceed with a new project. You’ve done everything right up to this point, but to make this new relationship official, you need to complete one final important step. […]

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Mark R. LePage

World's oldest industrial brewery unearthed in Egypt

2 weeks 3 days ago

Archeologists have discovered a 5,000-year-old industrial-scale brewery in Egypt

Beer is one of humankind’s oldest prepared beverages, with artifacts and evidence of its production dating back thousands of years. Shedding further light on its long and storied history are new findings from archeologists working in Egypt who have uncovered the world's first industrial-scale brewery, which they believe was pumping out thousands of liters of beer for the ancient kings of the region.

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Nick Lavars

Stem cell breakthrough brings baldness cure one step closer

2 weeks 3 days ago

The COVID-19 pandemic delayed plans for a human clinical trial for hair regeneration but the researchers are looking to get things back on track

A breakthrough study from scientists at Japan's RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research has homed in on the specific characteristics of stem cells in the skin responsible for hair cell regeneration and also identified the optimal ingredients to generate continual hair follicle growth. The researchers suggest animal testing for their hair regeneration method is complete and ready for human clinical trials.

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Rich Haridy

Sony World Photography Awards reveal dazzling 2021 National Winners

2 weeks 4 days ago

The Julian Alps

The first wave of winners in the prestigious 2021 Sony World Photography Awards have been revealed. Spanning 51 countries, these National Award winners include a number of gorgeous drone shots and some compelling perspectives on the ways COVID-19 has transformed the world.

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Rich Haridy

Dragonfly-inspired splint locks into place to support injured joints

2 weeks 4 days ago

Scientists have taken inspiration from dragonfly wings to develop new splints for injured joints that offer support but don't restrict movement

Taking inspiration from some of the unique attributes of dragonfly wings, scientists at Germany’s Kiel University have developed a new type of splint for injured joints that offers support in all the right places. The device can withstand loads many times its own weight without restricting bodily movement, hitting what its creators see as a sweet spot for the support of injured joints.

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Nick Lavars