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Finnish Company to Begin Testing HIV Vaccine on Patients This Year

Finnish Company to Begin Testing HIV Vaccine on Patients This Year

Syringe photo via Shutterstock FIT Biotech, a medical technology company based in Finland, plans to begin testing an HIV vaccine on human subjects sometime after the spring of 2014. Hundreds of

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Inhabitat’s Top 10 Most Inspiring Stories of 2013

Inhabitat’s Top 10 Most Inspiring Stories of 2013

The media tends to feed on negativity - but if you dig a little deeper you'll find a wealth of uplifting and inspiring stories just below the surface. Sometimes they're about brilliant teenagers who came

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Vote For The Most Innovative Green Kids Design of 2013!

Vote For The Most Innovative Green Kids Design of 2013!

Many discussions of green design revolve around architecture and transportation concepts, but sometimes examples of great design can be found in much simpler places. Like a child's toy box, or maybe your

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Top 6 Green Transportation Stories of 2013 – Vote for Your Favorite!

Top 6 Green Transportation Stories of 2013 – Vote for Your Favorite!

2013 has been a fantastic year for green transportation, and over the last 12 months we've seen some incredible innovations coming from all corners of the industry. From the sleek 3-D printed

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Texas A&M Unveils the World’s Biggest Gingerbread House!

Texas A&M Unveils the World’s Biggest Gingerbread House!

What do you get when you combine 1,800 pounds of butter, 7,200 eggs, 7,200 pounds of flour and truck-loads of candy? The world's biggest gingerbread house! Located at the Texas A & M Traditions Club

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Ruphus Rocks The World of iPhone Accessories with Eco-Friendly Dockit and PodPad

Ruphus Rocks The World of iPhone Accessories with Eco-Friendly Dockit and PodPad

It's the holidays, and gifts of technology (namely smartphones) are at the top of everyone's list. If you're not planning to give the phone itself, then accessories that allow it to do more, better,

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Scientists Create a Detailed Map of the Antarctic Landscape Below the Ice and Snow

Scientists Create a Detailed Map of the Antarctic Landscape Below the Ice and Snow

Scientists at NASA have been working hard to reveal the most alien landmass on the planet: Antarctica. Humans have never seen the continent without snow and ice, but now, using decades of research, we can

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Life-Size Hot Rod Made Entirely from LEGO Bricks Runs on Air!

Life-Size Hot Rod Made Entirely from LEGO Bricks Runs on Air!

LEGO savants Steve Sammartino and Raul Oaida have constructed a life-sized car made almost entirely out of LEGO bricks - and it runs entirely on air! The pair put out a message on Twitter asking for

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Futuristic Headset Translates Your Dog’s Thoughts Into Human Language

Futuristic Headset Translates Your Dog’s Thoughts Into Human Language

For centuries, man has tried to communicate with his canine companions through commands, gestures, and best guesses. Now a team of designers from the Nordic Society for Invention and Discovery have

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Spectacular Hyundai Pavilion’s Dramatic Curves Allude to Future Waves in Technology

Spectacular Hyundai Pavilion’s Dramatic Curves Allude to Future Waves in Technology

Unsangdong Architects used the concept of "Motion Imagination" to guide the Hyundai Motor Group pavilion's futuristic design. Located on the waterfront, the building's wave-inspired facade alludes to both

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Brilliant “One” Teapot Changes Color When the Water is Hot Enough

Brilliant “One” Teapot Changes Color When the Water is Hot Enough

Vessel Ideation is the creator of this fashionable concept tea kettle, which was designed with both boiling and serving in mind. We love the modern look, the advanced technology, but mostly the fact that

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The Morpholio Project Releases the Trace 2.0 App for Digital Creative Collaboration

The Morpholio Project Releases the Trace 2.0 App for Digital Creative Collaboration

Digital tools work best when they allow for ease of use, collaboration, and creativity. The Morpholio Project recently announced the release of Trace 2.0, an update to their original concept released in

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Brilliant SunBeamer Skylight Reflects Daylight Exactly Where You Want It

Brilliant SunBeamer Skylight Reflects Daylight Exactly Where You Want It

The new SunBeamer skylight is a clever and surprisingly simple daylighting solution that directs sunlight exactly where you need it most. Developed by SunCentral, the sun-tracking circular skylight uses

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Bananas May Become Extinct as Fungus Spreads Around the World

Bananas May Become Extinct as Fungus Spreads Around the World

Bad news for banana lovers: the tasty fruit is on its way to becoming a thing of the past. A nasty fungus that has been decimating bananas in Asia and Australia has jumped to Jordan and Mozambique.

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Luminous Saltygloo Pavilion 3D-Printed From Sea Salt!

Luminous Saltygloo Pavilion 3D-Printed From Sea Salt!

Created by Emerging Objects founders, Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello, the Saltygloo is an artistic experiment in using 3D printing technology and additive manufacturing techniques to turn local

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Announcing the Winners of the Project Kitchen Upgrade Contest!

Announcing the Winners of the Project Kitchen Upgrade Contest!

Drumroll please....... You came, you voted, and now it's time to reveal the grand prize winner of our Kitchen Upgrade Photo Contest! We received over 200 images of ugly kitchens from all over the

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Earth Could be Two Times More Sensitive to CO2 Than Previously Thought

Earth Could be Two Times More Sensitive to CO2 Than Previously Thought

Image via Shutterstock As levels of CO2 in the atmosphere rise, scientists are grappling with a mountain of data to form an accurate picture of the future. Scientists from the Geological Society of

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Scientists Discover Freshwater Reserves Under Ocean Floor 100 Times Greater Than All Water Used in the 20th Century

Scientists Discover Freshwater Reserves Under Ocean Floor 100 Times Greater Than All Water Used in the 20th Century

Humanity just found an incredibly valuable resource hidden under the ocean floor, and it's more precious than fossil fuels or minerals. Scientists discovered vast aquifers of fresh water underneath the

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LAST CHANCE: Vote for the Worst Kitchen in Inhabitat’s Project Kitchen Upgrade Photo Contest!

LAST CHANCE: Vote for the Worst Kitchen in Inhabitat’s Project Kitchen Upgrade Photo Contest!

Tonight is the last chance to vote for your favorite entry! We received nearly 200 amazing submissions in our Kitchen Upgrade Photo Contest over the last few weeks, and after countless hours of

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Massive Snowstorm Batters the US Over the Weekend

Massive Snowstorm Batters the US Over the Weekend

A massive ice storm wreaked havoc on the southern and central US over the weekend, disrupting travel, knocking out power and killing at least four people. Over 200,000 people in Dallas lost power as the

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Swiss Researchers Add 3D Scanning to Smartphones with a Simple App

Swiss Researchers Add 3D Scanning to Smartphones with a Simple App

3D scanning could completely change the way we see the world, improve robotic vision, and lead to a whole new 3D printing revolution. While there’s a lot of promise in 3D scanning, the technology still

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Dengue Fever Threatens the 2014 World Cup in Brazil

Dengue Fever Threatens the 2014 World Cup in Brazil

When teams from around the world battle it out on the field for the FIFA 2014 World Cup in Brazil, spectators and athletes alike will also have to contend with the specter of dengue fever. The most severe

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Jay Z and Beyoncé Go Vegan with the 22 Day Challenge

Jay Z and Beyoncé Go Vegan with the 22 Day Challenge

When Al Gore went vegan, no one was particularly surprised that the long-time environmentalist aligned his diet with his convictions. But Jay Z and Beyoncé's decision to switch to plant-based meals has

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More and More People are Eating Meat Worldwide and Endangering the Planet

More and More People are Eating Meat Worldwide and Endangering the Planet

Across the globe, human beings are developing a strong taste for meat. A study published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences finds that rapidly industrializing countries, such

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Film Reveals the Horrors of One of the World’s Largest E-Waste Dumps

Film Reveals the Horrors of One of the World’s Largest E-Waste Dumps

The relentless evolution of electronics means that consumers are constantly upgrading to the latest and greatest - but all of those dated flip phones and CRT monitors have to go somewhere. Australian

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Construction Specialties is Our Pick for ‘Best Green Booth Design’ at Greenbuild 2013

Construction Specialties is Our Pick for ‘Best Green Booth Design’ at Greenbuild 2013

One of the great ironies of Greenbuild is the disconnect between the myriad of “green” products and the anything-but-green booths in which companies show their wares. In relief to the candy-colored

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British Architect Designs First 3D Printed Element for Use in the Construction Industry

British Architect Designs First 3D Printed Element for Use in the Construction Industry

The ETFE plastic roof canopy of the 6 Bevis Marks building in London features a decorative sheath that is the world’s first 3D-printed component approved for use in the construction industry, according

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New Inexpensive Technology Generates Electricity from Vehicle and Pedestrian Traffic

New Inexpensive Technology Generates Electricity from Vehicle and Pedestrian Traffic

Wallowing in traffic seems like an enormous waste of time and resources. But what if you could generate a little power during your daily commute? A Mexican entrepreneur has developed technology that

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100% Chemical-Free Sprayer Kills the Most Common Pathogens Using Only Water

100% Chemical-Free Sprayer Kills the Most Common Pathogens Using Only Water

This amazing Eco3Spray handheld sprayer from Franke turns ordinary tap water into ozone, enabling it to kill common nasties like E. coli, salmonella, staph aureus, and pneumonia without using any

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Amazon’s New “Octocopter” Drones Can Deliver Purchases in 30 Minutes or Less

Amazon’s New “Octocopter” Drones Can Deliver Purchases in 30 Minutes or Less

Drone is considered a dirty word, but would you think better of the flying robots if they delivered your Christmas shopping? On Sunday, Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos revealed Prime Air, the company's

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