Artificial Womb Works for Lambs, Study Shows – The Atlantic

Source: Artificial Womb Works for Lambs, Study Shows – The Atlantic An article in The Atlantic summarizes and explains a recent scientific paper from Nature about an investigtaion into, and a success with, the possibility of creating an artificial womb that may improve the chances of severely premature human babies to survive and thrive. The […]

afrofuturisms many (mis)identifications

Many Afrofuturist authors are described as sci-fi and Afro-surrealist, magical realist and fantasy, simply because their work links science, nature, and magic as one. Ytasha L. Womack, Afrofuturism: The World of Black Sci-Fi and Fantasy Culture (2013)

How and why we built an internet connected solar panel

How and why we built an internet connected solar panel So we built a proof of concept solar panel kit that automatically creates renewable energy certificates as it generates power. Why energy? What are renewable energy certificates? Let us explain.

VISUAL CULTURES OF INDIGENOUS FUTURISMS | GUTS Canadian Feminist Magazine

VISUAL CULTURES OF INDIGENOUS FUTURISMS | GUTS Canadian Feminist Magazine

What is Critical Making?

What is Critical Making?

Cheat Sheet for a Non (or Less) Colonialist Speculative Design — A Parede

Cheat Sheet for a Non (or Less) Colonialist Speculative Design — A Parede

It is our critical collective need to be able to think the supposedly “unthinkable”, and imagine the “unimaginable”, that is driving the merger of futures and design practices. Futures provides a big-picture context and sense of the stakes for design work, and design brings concreteness and communicative effectiveness to futures. Together they can do far […]