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Displays – Librarian Design Share
Posts about Displays written by Jess Denke, Naomi Gonzales, April Aultman Becker, and Veronica Arellano Douglas
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This week’s poster comes from Steven Harris Wibowo, a postgrad student at one of my old stomping grounds, the University of Melbourne, Austr...
Creative Food Poster Design
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Kloof 151 by SAOTA Architecture and Design: A Single Residential with Extensive Glass Design
This luxurious house is a 2010 project completed by SAOTA Architecture and Design in collaboration with ARRCC for its interiors. Kloof 151 has support facilities that hidden behind a natural sandstone base. Perched overlooking the famous Fourth Beach in Cape Town, South Africa, the area of this project takes 1163 m2 and designed with extensive […]
Zinc eaten at levels found in biofortified crops reduces 'wear and tear' on DNA: Research results present a new strategy for measuring the impact of zinc on health
A new study shows that a modest 4 milligrams of extra zinc a day in the diet can have a profound, positive impact on cellular health that helps fight infections and diseases. This amount of zinc is equivalent to what biofortified crops like zinc rice and zinc wheat can add to the diet of vulnerable, nutrient deficient populations.