Wired Science takes a look at 8 controversial proposals to introduce non-native endangered species.
Upside Down, Left To Right: A Letterpress Film, a beautiful film about a printing workshop in Plymouth by Danny Cooke.
A nice look at the dark side of the moon! From NASA's new probes Ebb and Flow (part of GRAIL, Gravity Recovery And Interior Laboratory).
Aaron Durand's stunning photography of trains.
The XAPPR gun, a gaming gun with a clip on attachment for your phone.
Delicate leaf skeletons created by Jenine Sheroes from human hair!
Michael O’Brien's low cost surgical lighting lamp, part of the India Future of Change competition.
BIG (bjarke ingles group) created this year's Valentine's day sculpture 'BIG(heart)NYC' for Duffy Square. 400 transparent LED acrylic tubes envelop a large red heart at the center.
The REK coffee table by Reiner de Jong expands to fit your needs.
The beautiful Chalet Béranger, tucked away in St Martin de Belleville. Gorgeous ski lodge in the Alps, designed by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance.
Lisa Nilsson's stunning anatomical cross sections created from Japanese mulberry paper.
Beautiful footage of a hawkmoth (Manduca sexta) in flight.
Adorable tiny sewing kit styled after a boy scout sleeping bag by Victoria Caswell.
Julie Bender's beautiful pyrographic artwork creates gorgeous illustrations on wood.
The slice bookshelf by Kibisi for &tradition can easily expanded to hold your growing collection with its clever system of interlocking plywood sheets.
The male orb-web spider Nephilengys malabarensis has been discovered to break of its own sex organs to avoid being eaten during mating. Incredible finding published in Biology Letters.
Great fire escape slide at the Lego office in Denmark by Rosan Bosch and Rune Fjord.
Arkitypo, the final alphabet capturing the history of type. Beautiful typographical characters showing off Ravensbourne 3d prototyping skills and technology. From Johnson Banks.
Green tea cream puffs, delectable pho bo and ‘The Duck Fat Sazera’ are all part of this week’s roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious.
Beautiful artwork in Beijing's Art at Opposite House hotel.
Adorable bicycle fender ornaments by Maїwenn Castellan.
SA MI 75 DZ NY, a new installation by Doug Wheeler at the David Zwirner gallery in NY that lets you feel what it's like to walk in a cloud.
Incredible animals captured in BIC pen by Sarah Esteje.
Beautiful light installations by Tamar Frank.
'Overade' foldable bike helmet. Agency 360 has created a bike helmet that you fold!
Honda Civic 'Spark' ad campaign by Wieden + Kennedy London.
Jan Avendano's Phantom Tollbooth infographics.
Lovely botanical photo series by Erwan Frotin.
Beautiful video of the printing process at work. GFSmith x Strathmore.
Guy Delisle's Chronicles de Jerusalem just won the Fauve d’Or award for best comic.
Jocelyn Grivaud's 'Poupée Barbie' collection, recreating iconic works of art using Barbie dolls.
Cool Hunting goes Skijoring with Bentley.
Beautiful Czech equestrian center, Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt.
Bulletproof skin, solar flares and the vision of jumping spiders are all part of this week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org.
Milstein Hall, the new extension to the architecture, art and planning department at Cornell University.
Ottawa Chair by Karim Rashid for Bo Concept.
Bullet-stopping skin? New futuristic tissue designed by artist Jalila Essaïdi, which reinforces human skin cells with spider silk.
Ape Aperitivo Set for Alessi by Giulio Iacchetti.
Sketches from one of the first sound projects called Soundcube, made in 1969 by Bernhard Leitner.
Beautiful jam shop! La Chambre aux Confitures by Noël Dominguez.
Flow visualization using tobacco mosaic virus.
CO2 absorbing leaves are cut to form this great ad campaign by Legas Delaney for 'Plant for the Planet'.
Simen Johan's beautiful animal portraits.
Great demonstration of fluid undergoing reversible laminar flow from the University of New Mexico - Physics Department.
WE NEVER GIVE UP! beautiful modern sled design by Szymon Hanczar.
Amazing photos of incredible species. National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore is on a mission to capture our incredible biodiversity before it disappears.