geekgirl

Blog URL:http://www.geekgirl.com.au
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Country:Australia
Location:Melbourne

Re-cycling news and entertainment on arts, science & technology. An eclectic mashup of 'stuff' that might be mainstream, might be mischievous or even miraculous. Particular focus and interest on cyberfeminism.



Latest Blog Posts



New Zealand underwear company, Thunderpants have launched their latest ‘colour me’ range - underwear and clothing covered in mushrooms of all shapes and varieties. For every pair of the fungi filled Thundies sold throughout April, one dollar will...

Natalie Alima and Jon McCormack, will explore ways of controlling and orchestrating biological materials and organic chemistry, using #robotic intervention, algorithmic design and advanced digital fabrication, in order to advance the potential for l...

Life in an Age of Death During the first decades of the twenty-first century, the proliferation of life as a generative possibility has become marked by the spectre of #death, closure, denial and ends. Ours is an era of precarity, extinction, militar...

This year’s Ars Electronica #Festival and its “Error – The Art of Imperfection” theme. September 6-10, 2018, the focus will be on #mistakes, #fails, #blunders and deviations from the norm. Whether celebrated as a marvelous source of innovatio...

Musician and sound artist Joanne Cannon will work alongside Dr David Sly at Swinburne University’s Clinical Technologies Laboratory to construct and evaluate a physical #holophonic #audio system, drawing upon recent software modeling, that will ena...

Japan is the safest country in the world (when measured by violent crime rates) and has the greatest success with managing crime (when measured by rates of recidivism). How has it achieved this?

The family of robot animals from the German developer of robotics Festo is growing. The company presents many new robots, for example: a swarm of ants that can interact with each other, as well as butterflies and dragonflies, which are characterized...