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Researchers at the University of Lincoln, in the United Kingdom, have designed a high-tech "smart" garden that can change the way it looks, depending on…Read More »





the reactions of people on Twitter. The experimental garden, part of the STAN (Science Technology Architecture Networks) project, which aims to explore how architecture can reflect human emotions.

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