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"Thinking diversity through gardening, robotics and Artificial Intelligence"Besides being a writer, an inventor, an engineer and a researcher Ken Goldberg is also an artist, surely one of the frontrunners in the field of robotics, _...Read More_
"Thinking diversity through gardening, robotics and Artificial Intelligence"Besides being a writer, an inventor, an engineer and a researcher Ken Goldberg is also an artist, surely one of the frontrunners in the field of robotics, _...Read More_
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Labor and climate campaigners quite literally share a common enemy. The name often ends in Koch.
Labor and climate campaigners quite literally share a common enemy. The name often ends in Koch.
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>"As equipment for life and art, An-My Lê’s exemplary work suggests to me that one way forward might be back—onto the contested terrain of the past."
>"As equipment for life and art, An-My Lê’s exemplary work suggests to me that one way forward might be back—onto the contested terrain of the past."
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What the complex math of fire modeling tells us about the future of California’s forests California’s fires are getting bigger and _...Read More_
What the complex math of fire modeling tells us about the future of California’s forests California’s fires are getting bigger and _...Read More_
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“The pressure to produce more food, or at least to make more money from agriculture, is driving nations to clear forests and wetlands for farms and divert scant freshwater to grow crops in the desert, which will in turn drive more _...Read More_
“The pressure to produce more food, or at least to make more money from agriculture, is driving nations to clear forests and wetlands for farms and divert scant freshwater to grow crops in the desert, which will in turn drive more _...Read More_
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>"For Palaeolithic societies, art-making was both a tool for survival and a tactile, joyous exploration of the world"
>"For Palaeolithic societies, art-making was both a tool for survival and a tactile, joyous exploration of the world"
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"I first heard a firefighter describe midafternoon as “the witching hour” in the Kootenai forest in western Montana. It was my first week of fighting fire. Our 20-person crew had hauled packs up a mountain, watching the blackened slope _...Read More_
"I first heard a firefighter describe midafternoon as “the witching hour” in the Kootenai forest in western Montana. It was my first week of fighting fire. Our 20-person crew had hauled packs up a mountain, watching the blackened slope _...Read More_