Today: Killer Church Photos | Bees Detect Cancer | The Squinch

*From Behance

A collection of  photos found on Behance featuring the work of Dirk Wiedlein.


from dezeen

Honey bees can be trained to detect cancer “in ten minutes” says designer.

Dutch Design Week 2013: Portuguese designer Susana Soares has developed a device for detecting cancer and other serious diseases using trained bees ( + slideshow).  The bees are placed in a glass chamber into which the patient exhales; the bees fly into a smaller secondary chamber if they detect cancer.”Trained bees only rush into the smaller chamber if they can detect the odour on the patient’s breath that they have been trained to target,” explained Soares, who presented her Bee’s project at Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven last month. Click DEZEEN for full article.


The perfect pic of yourself begins by “THE SQUINCH.”  Photographer Peter Hurley offers advice to make you look more photogenic. He calls it squinching – a bit of squinting and then pinching your eyelids together. Remember, unless you’re James Franco or Clint Eastwood, never go full squint.

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