Monthly Archives: July 2012

Future Trends of Academic Publishing

Guest Post by Helen Olson University presses and academic journals may perpetuate the world’s most groundbreaking research, but they tend towards the heavily conservative when it comes to changing anything and everything about their organization. But the inevitable influx of … Continue reading

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Originally posted on cosmopolitan scum:
This short film essay looks at how man has built and talked about elemental architecture forms since the Tower of Babel. It takes the viewer inside the ArcelorMittal Orbit for the first time as well…

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Originally posted on urbanculturalstudies:
The Urban wisdom of Jane Jacobs Cover New Book Announcement: The Urban Wisdom of Jane Jacobs (2012)–published by Routledge, edited by Sonia Hirt and Diane Zahm–will be commercially available on August 8. For a list of…

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Sixty years after the transistor Now Switching State of Matter May Provide a New Ultra Low Power Devices

 Sixty years after the transistor began a technological revolution that transformed nearly every aspect of our daily lives, a new transistor brings innovations that may help to do so again. Developed at RIKEN, the device uses the electrostatic accumulation of … Continue reading

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