“Owing to the unusual geometry of kagome lattices—lattices made of corner-sharing triangles—their electrons are useful for studying the physics of frustrated, correlated and topological quantum electronic states”

Giant and anisotropic many-body spin–orbit tunability in a strongly correlated kagome magnet | Nature

“a cross-hatched pattern drawn with an ochre crayon on a ground silcrete flake recovered from approximately 73,000-year-old Middle Stone Age levels at Blombos Cave, South Africa.”

An abstract drawing from the 73,000-year-old levels at Blombos Cave, South Africa | Nature

““Being inside a store, taking selfies under our neon lights and flower walls helped them understand that our brand is a living magical land and joy factory,” she said, “and that understanding drove loyalty.””

Cult ‘Fast-Beauty’ Brand Winky Lux Raises $6 Million In Series A To Fund Experience-First Retail Plans

“Can the Museum of Ice Cream Claim Rights in the Color Pink?”

Can the Museum of Ice Cream Claim Rights in the Color Pink? — The Fashion Law

“In Candytopia, there’s very little to do but pose, and that’s what everyone’s doing. The installation is organized around a series of rooms with different themes; you move through them lured by the promise of sweets in each one. There are intricate sculptures of animals and fantastic beasts, made from gummy bears and jelly beans and jawbreakers. There’s a ball pit full of fake marshmallows and a wax sculpture of Katy Perry.”

The Museums of Instagram | The New Yorker