27 July 2015 By Sam Duke
Students in Slovenia have made an innovative 3D printer that can create objects out of living grass. The prints are made up of soil, water and grass seeds with the finished design sprouting and turning green over time. Read more here.
Our team have been spending a lot of time over in Gibraltar and for an exciting reason. We are delighted to be working on a large bespoke greenhouse for Gibraltar Botanic Gardens. The structure will commemorate their 200th anniversary. Read more here.
The nations favourite baking duo are retuning to our screens next Wednesday and we can’t wait! With a few keen bakers here in the office, we’re hoping that this year’s contestants inspire some of our own team to bring in some tasty treats. Read more.
Can you imagine perching under a tree, leaves swaying in the breeze, drink in one hand and a good book in the other? Kew Gardens are hosting their first ever literary festival from the 24th to 28th September with talks combining fiction, nature, science and cooking. For more information, take a look here.