Blaine Brownell

Meet the 2014 Hanley Wood Sustainability Council
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Meet the 2014 Hanley Wood Sustainability Council

Continuing our Vision 2020 exploration of the critical goals and deadlines for... More

When Our Technology Senses Us
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When Our Technology Senses Us

Zoomimicry, or the emulation of animal behaviors, is making our technology more... More

The Implications of Object-Duping
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The Implications of Object-Duping

Much like the copy-and-paste music revolution (remember Napster?), Blaine Brownell... More

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Exhibit: 'Hello Materials' Exhibit: 'Hello Materials'

From where do our materials come from, and to where do they go? A new exhibit in Denmark investigates. Through Sept. 21. More

A Tower for Bees
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A Tower for Bees

Buzz buzz ... architecture students at the University of Buffalo have designed a... More

New Super Plastic to Compete With Steel
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New Super Plastic to Compete With Steel

High-strength plastics are increasingly used in the place of steel, ceramics, and... More

Material Innovations Introduced at Green Nation Fest
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Material Innovations Introduced at Green Nation Fest

Green Nation Fest, held in Rio de Janeiro, preceded Rio+20 and paved the way for... More

Report from the 2012 World Expo in South Korea, Part Four
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Report from the 2012 World Expo in South Korea, Part Four

At the Yeosu World Expo, Blaine Brownell finds dynamic brick walls that... More

Report from the 2012 World Expo in South Korea, Part Three
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Report from the 2012 World Expo in South Korea, Part Three

The blurring of architecture and landscape architecture starts at the expo level,... More

Report from the 2012 World Expo in South Korea, Part Two
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Report from the 2012 World Expo in South Korea, Part Two

In the second part of a series on this year's World Expo, Blaine Brownell decides... More

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