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Fri Dec 4, 2015, 11:48 PM

Third millennium questions for a sustainable world: Rachel Armstrong



Dr. Rachel Armstrong is a professor of architecture who has developed concepts for sustainable, habitable structures that can be grown. She was a featured speaker and facilitator at Icarus Interstellar's 2015 Starship Congress. Her bio on the Starship Congress speaker's page reads:

Rachel Armstrong, professor of Experimental Architecture at Newcastle University, innovates and designs sustainable solutions for the built environment using advanced new technologies such as synthetic biology and smart chemistry. Rachel Armstrong’s new science thesis and book, Vibrant Architecture (Matter as CoDesigner of Living Structures), explores prospects for transformations of matter into habitable structures, which prompts a reevaluation of how we think about sustainability in our homes and cities. The open access book can be downloaded free of charge from this site:

Vibrant Architecture: http://www.degruyter.com/view/product/448453


Dr. Armstrong is also one of the featured thinkers at Blackskythinking.org. "Black Sky Thinking" is thinking that goes beyond "Blue Sky Thinking" into previously uncharted territories. Black Sky Thinking is what we will need for the human race to survive and thrive on Earth and in space.

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Sat Dec 5, 2015, 12:50 AM

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all we need is roundup ready corn

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