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Three Things on Thursday #28

On this week's three things on Thursday - How NASA engineers use origami to design spacecraft, the Atlantic explores the Statue of Liberty - inside and out, and Mark Rober creates the world's largest elephant toothpaste experiment....

Five Fab Staff Picks #33

Our 33rd weekly round-up of code creations from the Kano World community, from the that have been awarded a Staff Pick, for being fun, interesting, smart, and creative....

Three Things on Thursday #27

This week, our things include: mysterious elevated walkways in the City of London, Astronaut Chris Hadfield debunks space myths, and the 280 year old clock that made global navigation possible....

Five Fab Staff Picks #32

Our 32nd weekly round-up of Kano World code creations, that have been awarded a Staff Pick, for being fun, interesting, smart, and creative....

Three Things On Thursday #26

In this week's Three Things on Thursday: how the inventor of Mario designs video games, how the filmmaker behind Toy Story and Wall-E tells stories, and how a conductor plays an orchestra....

Three Things on Thursday #25

This week, our things include: Cracking the uncrackable code of Jim Sanborn's Kryptos sculpture, how Morse Code can make devices more accessible (including your phone!), and decoding the Enigma machine with Simon Singh....

Three Things on Thursday #24

How Harry Potter was translated into more than 60 languages, Marnie Chesterton delves into the sci-fi cupboard and dusts off some imaginary gadgets for the BBC's CrowdScience podcast, and The Atlantic celebrates the Whale for Herman Melville's 200th birthday....