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When you're building a skyscraper with triple-digit numbers of storeys, there are some rather unusual building challenges to face — like the fact that the entire building can sway with the wind, fast enough to make people sick. The Shanghai Tower solves that problem in a scientifically awesome way

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The newest innovation in 3D printing has taken inspiration from the iconic scene in the movie "Terminator 2" which sees the robotic villain T-1000 rises fully formed from a puddle of metallic goo. Creators from Carbon3D came out of two years of stealth mode Monday night with a simultaneous TED Talk

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A self-powered toilet capable of turning human waste into drinkable water and energy is being developed by British researchers. Relying on a nano-membrane which separates water molecules from solid waste and other substances, the portable low-cost toilet has been designed for people in developing co

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A construction company in China built this 57-floor, 2-million-square-foot skyscraper with prefabricated sections in just 19 days—meaning workers were putting up around three floors per day. The building has 19 10-meter-tall atriums, office space for 4,000 people and 800 apartments. Plus, the modu

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A new hotel with private suites, temperature-controlled flooring and a state-of-the-art spa has opened - catering only for dogs. Bellslea Hills Pet Hotel and Spa in Ayr is based on facilities in Beverley Hills and Hollywood, and is unlike traditional kennels, staff said.

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Hamburg's infamous red light district has found an unusual way of fighting back against drunken revellers who urinate on the walls. The streets of St Pauli are lined with trendy bars, clubs and music venues - as well as brothels - which attract more than 20 million visitors each year.

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A minister from the American state of Virginia has built a 100-square-foot chapel on wheels to hold mobile weddings and church services. Bil Malbon built his 'Tiny Chapel’ the small pitched-roof building on top of a trailer that includes a few pews, lighting and heating.

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Nominations are now open for the annual Shed of the Year contest in which Britons each year show their eccentric affection for their garden refuges. Early contenders this year include a mini-pub shed called The Ballroom at Keyworth in Nottinghamshire.

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