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Technology’s future isn’t gleaming, it’s dirty and biological

Technology’s future isn’t gleaming, it’s dirty and biological

×THERE is a long-standing myth that nature is the opposite of technology. Yet now we know that our industrial machines didn’t conquer the wilderness; instead, they caused a climate change catastrophe that might one day wipe us out. Knowing this will dramatically change the way our future technologies look, as well as how we interact with them.Consider the plant tattoo. Last year, a group at Iowa State University revealed flexible water sensors made of graphene that could …We clarified the makeup of the Hub for Biotechnology in the Built Environment.Existing subscribers, please with your...

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Finding North America’s lost medieval city

Finding North America’s lost medieval city

A thousand years ago, huge pyramids and earthen mounds stood where East St. Louis sprawls today in Southern Illinois. This majestic urban architecture towered over the swampy Mississippi River floodplains, blotting out the region's tiny villages. Beginning in the late 900s, word about the city spread throughout the southeast. Thousands of people visited for feasts and rituals, lured by the promise of a new kind of civilization. Many decided to stay.At the city's apex in 1050, the population exploded to as many as 30,000 people. It was the largest pre-Columbian city in what became the United...

December 13, 2016
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