Homes of biodegradable cardboard. Eco-friendy ground foil for crop farming. How twins become individuals. And the role of chance and luck in research.
As dairy farming in Europe becomes more industrialized, one British initiative is pushing for free-range milk. It's betting on demand for moo-juice from cows on meadows over milk from cows locked away on mega-farms.
Ironically, it's a state institution, the University of Havana, that's running communist-ruled Cuba's first startup incubator. It's supported by the Humboldt University of Berlin. Andreas Knobloch went to visit.
Is architecture the most political of all art forms? A look at the offerings at this year's Architecture Biennale in Venice - where opposites appear to attract - suggests it may very well be.
Everybody does it, but we rarely talk about it. How we 'do our business' hasn't changed much in the past 150 years. But in India more innovative toilets could solve pressing environmental and health problems.
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