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The origami peacock for peace is made of more than 2,000 pieces of paper. It's three feet wide and roughly two feet tall.
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With the academic year drawing to a close, and a long summer vacation in sight, the guide has packed in a bunch of different activities and workshops that will keep your li'l one not just busy, but thoroughly engaged :: Started in 2010 as a means to reach out to children and offer them an exciting way to spend their vacations, Summer Fiesta returns ... (more)
In the seemingly endless parade of iPad keyboard cases, there's one thing that is usually missing -- the ability to separate the keyboard from the case.
The five cage-shaped DNA polyhedra here have struts stabilizing their legs, and this innovation allowed a Wyss Institute team to build by far the largest and sturdiest DNA cages yet.
Conspectus DNA is a critical biomolecule well-known for its roles in biology and genetics.
Lucian Novosel, left, a third-year design major at UC Davis, and Jason Lin, a second-year design and psychology major, will exhibit a full-size origami horse on Picnic Day, Saturday.
Lisa Glover , '13, '14G, created a cardboard industrial origami velociraptor that many students saw at the Halloween costume contest.
Held during UC Davis' annual Picnic Day, this family-friendly open house at the Honey and Pollination Center features lots of honey and bee fun.
Moorings Presbyterian Church has broadened its focus at this spiritual time to the Christian faith, and brought art into its theological perspective with "Expressions of Faith," which opens Palm Sunday.
This form of origami, the folding of DNA into 2D and 3D shapes, was more of an art form back then, but scientists are now using the approach to construct nanoscale robots.
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In a world where technology is a part of our everyday lives from the moment we wake up to the time we go to bed, it only makes sense that a stroller company adapted that technology to create the most advanced stroller ever built.
By incapacitating the activities of a protein that guides other proteins to fold into a stable shapes, Fox Chase Cancer Center researchers shut off the spigot for two proteases that help ovarian cancer cells chew their way out of the tissue they grow in and dig in at new locations.