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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Metallica to Headline Leeds and Reading

Rock metal demi-gods Metallica have agreed to headline the Main Stage at the Leeds and Reading festivals, according to an announcement by the event organisers released today.

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Urban agriculture could make all the difference

Get your trowel out and nip down to your local allotment, or up to your roof garden, because urban agriculture may make all the difference to global sustainability in the future.

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#Revolution: Ferguson, Cameron and Twitter unrest

The potential for Twitter and Facebook to bring together those who are unhappy with society and give them a platform to voice their anger has always been apparent.

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Braigo: A thirteen year old genius revolutionises Braille

If you cross the word Braille with Lego you get the word Braigo and if you cross the need for a cheap Braille printer with an incredibly intelligent thirteen year old entering a high school science competition you get Braigo Labs, the company started by US teenager, Shubham Banerjee.

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Can you feeeeel it?

More than 40 years after Slade told us to ‘come on feel the noise’ two British innovators are making sure that we can.

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Jeff Koons: High earning high artist with a low profile

The works of Jeff Koons are worth more than those of any other living artist, and in the modern, extravagant world that is saying a lot. 

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