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Fruit tattoos to replace plastic stickers

Tattoos on fruit are set to replace stickers as farmers seek out environmentally-friendly alternatives to plastic labels. Fruits with printed skins are already on supermarket shelves in Spain, Sweden, and the UK, but in Australia stickers, wax and plastic wrap are still the most common ways fresh produce is branded. Plastic labels are set to become a thing of the past, though, as farmers listen to consumer demand for less packaging. Among those pursuing alternatives is Rabbits Organics banana farm at Mena Creek in far-north Queensland. http://www.abc.net.au/news/rural/2017-09-14/tattooed-fruit-to-replace-stickers-and-plastic-packaging/8943938

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A new type of low cost solar energy

An Australian physicist at the University of Newcastle is leading a push to pioneer a new type of low-cost solar energy that could make signing up for energy accounts as straightforward as taking up a mobile phone plan. Less than one millimetre thick and held down with double-sided sticky tape, the panels are similar in texture to a potato chip packet and can be produced for less than $10 per square metre. Work has now begun on a 200 square-metre installation – the first commercial application of its kind in Australia and possibly the world. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/aug/31/low-cost-printable-solar-panels-offer-ray-of-hope-amid-energy-gridlock

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An experiment in criminal justice reform

Next Chapter is a new partnership the chat start-up Slack is trialling with The Last Mile, a technology-training program for incarcerated people, and $800,000 from the W. K. Kellogg Foundation. Next Chapter will train and place three “returning citizens” inside Slack as quality-engineering apprentices—and build a process to help them get an understanding of working with one of the most successful start-ups of the past decade, with help from a small support team http://www.inkl.com/newsletters/morning-edition/news/big-tech-s-newest-experiment-in-criminal-justice-reform?

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More adaptable roads

The Dynamic Street, an installation in Toronto, features a series of hexagonal modular pavers which can be picked up and replaced to swiftly change the function of the road without creating disruptions on the street. The project uses the different patterns that can be created on the hexagonal grid as well as the integration of lights into individual pavers. Each paver can also potentially host a plug and play element – that is, vertical structures such as poles, bollards or even basketball hoops.   Imagine a city street, nestled between buildings with mostly foot and bicycle traffic. During the morning and evening hours, there might be a steady stream of commuters heading to work. In the middle of the day and the evening, families might use the street as a play space. And on the weekend, the street could be cleared for a party or a basketball game.   https://www.curbed.com/2018/8/6/17654122/carlo-ratti-sidewalk-labs-dynamic-street

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Arcadier Launches New Marketplace Software Exzbit

Exzbit by Arcadier is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for trade shows and exhibitions to create a white-label online marketplace that enables show organisers to effortlessly incorporate e-commerce into their events, Exzbit’s feature-rich solution includes everything show organisers would need to move their trade shows or exhibitions online in minutes to create an engagement and revenue channel 24/7/365 with your exhibitors, members, attendees and visitors.

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Virtual reality showroom with storage and retrieval

Walmart has applied for patents that envision a virtual showroom and a fulfillment center that would allow you to put on a headset and shop in a digital version of the store. You could browse and interact with merchandise through a 3D simulation that responds to your gestures It includes plans for autonomous robots to fetch and deliver merchandise. https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2018/08/21/walmart-patent-filings-envision-customers-strapping-headsets-virtually-shopping/?

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