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In addition to the project’s online platform and exhibitions, the book contains essays and visual contributions that present aesthetic and ethical approaches to the handling of resources, while challenging the assumption of late capitalism that the planet’s materials are primarily for human consumption.

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Curated by Marco Scotini, Lulaj’s exhibition in the Albanian Pavilion is a time capsule of the country’s past, presenting strange memorabilia and trophies that tread the line between fact and fiction.

Artists, however, have tended to subordinate themselves to the idea of the impossibility of adequate representation.

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It offers insight into the circumstances that structured these artists’ stories, and the often accidental influences that have shaped how their practices have developed.

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Take a tall measuring cylinder and fill it with water. Add a little diluteNaOH to the cylinder of water, enough to make the pH relatively high (11/12- universal indicator paper would be violet). Drop in some dry ice, thenstand back and enjoy the show! The effect you will see is a change in pHfrom alkaline to acidic, and on the way there will be billows of vapouremitted along with spectacular colour changes as the pH changes. You canrepeat this experiment using a different indicator (such as Congo Red) towatch a different rainbow of colours.

With the banquet table as setting, his expertise and philosophy pour forth in the form of splendid, folded linen.

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There is no single equation for the fermentation of ethanol, it proceedsfrom 3 basic starting materials, sugars (molasses), starchy substances andcellulose-containing substances. Each with its own pathway which are alsoset by the action of four enzymes, diastase, maltase, zymase and invertase.

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Organic chemistry has changed our everyday lives by allowing productionof many useful materials on a large scale. In answer to providing 5 newproducts, we have listed four general areas, in which there are severalspecific examples. a) Medicines: the discovery and development of antibiotics,b) Polymers: Many objects in use are polymers, for example teflon whichis used in non-stick coatings on cooking utensils, c) Food Flavourings:There are now many synthetic versions of natural flavours, which allowsfor mass production and a cheaper product. For example, the natural VanillaExtract is far more expensive than its synthetic equivalent, Vanilla Essence,d) Dyes and Paints: The range of colours available in dyes and paints hasexpanded greatly in recent years.

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In mid-1944, it looked as if the war in Europe was coming to an end. Hitler was on the run, and the Allies had triumphantly regained Paris, as well as Casablanca and Tripoli, Naples, and Rome. After five hard years of war, Allied soldiers were breathing easieremdash even stopping to enjoy dances and parties. Hitler, however, had one final card to play. In December 1944, he struck back with a brutal counterattack. The Battle of the Bulge was the single biggestand bloodiest battle U.S. soldiers have ever fought. Almost 80,000 Americans were killed, injured, or captured in an infernal test of courage and endurancethat ultimately ended with a hard-won victory for the Allies. Battle of the Bulge looks at the battle through the eyes of the U.S. soldiers and combat officers in the fieldemdash the young men charged with holding the lineand closing the bulge. They describe the events leading up to the attack and how the Allied forces were caught unpreparedemdash and talk with disarming honestyabout the grueling physical and psychological conditions under which they fought and of the memories that still haunt them. Packed with rare archival newsreeland Army footage, this documentary offers a compelling chronicle of war that captures both the action on the front lines and the strategy behind the scenes.