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Dutch designer Lieske Schreuder fed coloured paper to snails and then collected their vibrant-hued poo to make floor tiles.

petabush‘s insight:

Speculative design for making materials

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George Monbiot: A global bullshit industry recruits the values with which we’d like the festival to be invested – to sell things no one wants

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Engaging Speculative design

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haptic tattoo for blind people

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Exoskeletons, 3D printed legs, robotic arms: There’s plenty of press for these prosthetic technologies, and for good reason. They’re innovative in a splashy way, and they’re undeniable feats of engineering.

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We have an exciting new book fresh off the press from Ashgate available for review: ‘Saving face: Enfacement, shame, theology’ by Stephen Pattison (University of Birmingham). The publishers describ…

petabush‘s insight:

including this since it fits in with research I am udnertaking on embodiment and bodies; and desirability and stigma.

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A battle over what “science” really means.

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