Tree of Life redesigned to reflect thousands of new species

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Bacteria fill the Earth, and a new scientific study reveals just how prevalent they are. Scientists led by biologist Laura Hug, who currently teaches at the University of Waterloo , mapped a new Tree of Life diagram that contradicts past images. The Tree of Life used to highlight our visible environment, including mainly animals and plants, but the new Tree of Life draws attention to the most massive invisible population on our globe: bacteria. Read the rest of Tree of Life redesigned to reflect thousands of new species

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Blu Homes launches 16 new affordable prefab home designs, including new tiny homes

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As a dynamic force in the prefabricated green building industry , Blu Homes has consistently been pushing the boundaries of prefab home design for many years. That’s why we’re excited to announce that the California-based prefab home manufacturer is unveiling a bunch of new house designs in a wider variety of sizes and at dramatically lower price points than ever before, including some new tiny homes and a charming prefab farmhouse. Inhabitat visited their historic 250,000 square-foot factory in Vallejo, Northern California to get the scoop. Read on for the exclusive details. Read the rest of Blu Homes launches 16 new affordable prefab home designs, including new tiny homes

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Design duo Raw Edges brings interactive Herringbones installation to Milan 2016

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For Milan Design week 2016, London-based, Israeli-born designers Raw Edges collaborated with 5VIE Art + Design to create “Herringbones,” an unusual and eye-catching exploration of wood, colored dye, and herringbone motifs, all while putting visitors in the driver’s seat of design. Visitors were invited to dye pine planks by dipping them in buckets of colored dye, and then arrange them into beautiful patterns in a group design experience. Read the rest of Design duo Raw Edges brings interactive Herringbones installation to Milan 2016

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