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How can [astronauts] pack light and still bring all of the necessities, especially with an increased risk of injury during a six-month flight? The answer could be what Dr. Julielynn Wong calls the "doctor's bag of the future": 3-D printing. In January, Wong was the first...

source: CNN

Can computers be creative? That’s a question bordering on the philosophical, but artificial intelligence (AI) can certainly make music and artwork that people find pleasing. Last year, Google launched Magenta, a research project aimed at pushing the limits of what...

source: Science

The Art Space Pythagorion was built by the Munich-based Schwarz Foundation, which is an independent, non-profit. The goal of building the space - a two-story box sitting on the shore of the marina - was to enrich the island’s...

source: Forbes

The Guggenheim will play home to a site-specific dance installation in early September that audience members will view from the museum’s iconic spiral ramp. Falls the Shadow was conceived by American Ballet Theatre principal dancer...

source: Curbed

Visitors to the Victoria and Albert Museum will be able to interact with digital holograms of Holocaust survivors thanks to a ground-breaking initiative. The Forever Project, set up by the National Holocaust Museum near Nottingham,...

source: The Jewish Chronicle

The story of Detroit’s July 1967 riots is, in some ways, a tale of two cities, one black and one white. Now, 50 years later, three neighboring museums here are revisiting that fateful summer with exhibitions that portray and explore the riots in sharply different ways....

source: The New York Times


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