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Post-Covid-19 Office: Q.workntine concept is an air tight pod system

The post-Covid-19 office could see people working in sealed pods. The award-winning Q.workntine concept is an air tight pod system designed to provide safety and protection within the physical work place while maintaining the same number of employees per square meter as a traditional office system. The idea is the brainchild of architect Mohamed M. Radwan, who recently won the DNA Paris 2020 Design Award, in the Responsible Design category. So-called Qwork-pods are a Hexagonal hive-like shape, which offer flexibly to suit any office layout. They can also be customised to fit in 90 degrees angles and can be elongated to accommodate for top executives and management. They feature an automatic, handless airtight acrylic door, controlled by facial recognition, and ventilation fans with built-in air purifiers. The pod is envisioned as made of hygiene friendly non-porous materials that can be easily cleaned and disinfected to avoid contamination. Mohamed M. Radwan explains „With the world under lockdown for an extended period of time, some essential businesses still have to keep at least the bare minimum of its workforce, working physically on site to provide necessary and vital supplies for the health supply chain. And the longer the quarantine continues, more companies may be forced to do the same, as shortages will hit the global market.”

Portrait series shows former slaves in America

These fascinating portraits show African American ex-slaves. The photographs were taken as part of the Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938, which contains more than 2,300 first-person accounts of slavery and 500 black-and-white photographs of former slaves. With slavery having been made illegal in the United States in December 1865, the interviews and pictures were taken as part of a U.S. Government initiative to document first-hand experiences of ageing former slaves, many of whom were in their 80s, 90s, and even 100s. The portraits of men and women are from locations including Texas, Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, and Rhode Island. Most show individuals standing or sitting outside; a few are posed with or next to personal possessions; several group portraits are included. Additional images depict objects relating to slavery in Alabama, these include, among others, a ''bell rack'' restraint from the Federal Museum of Mobile and photographs of sales receipts issued to slave owners.

A mother has released incredible pictures of her baby recovering from open heart surgery - when he was less than one DAY old

***EXCLUSIVE*** Chloe Woods, 31, was devastated when a scan just after birth showed baby Rory was suffering from three congenital heart problems.  Both she and partner Chris Lane, 38, were told their son would need open-heart surgery - and were told to fear the worst.  In rare cases, heart defects can sometimes require immediate surgery following birth to ensure the best chance of survival.  And the new mother said she had “never cried so much” as when Rory suddenly started grunting in pain just 40 minutes after being born on March 11 weighing a healthy 6lbs 6oz.  Doctors at Worcestershire Royal Hospital monitored Rory overnight before rushing the tot to Birmingham’s Children’s Hospital.  Agonisingly, his parents were warned their newborn son was so ill he may not survive the 40-mile journey but it was the only way to save his life.  Luckily, Rory did make it to the specialist hospital and he was operated on the next day – 18 hours after he was born.

A mum was left horrified after a BAT flew into her home and scratched her two-year-old daughter's face - leaving her needing rabies jabs

***EXCLUSIVE*** Terrified Charlene Corcoran, 33, woke up at 2am and felt something scurrying around the top of her head. She knew it was an animal and then heard a flapping noise and realised it was a bat flying around her room. Charlene ran out of the room and her husband returned to take a photo before opening the bedroom windows and shut the bedroom door to let the bat fly out.

A thirteen foot crocodile weighing half a ton that lived 120 million years ago walked on two legs... just like T Rex, say scientists

***EXCLUSIVE*** The giant beast's huge skull housed powerful jaws that were packed with razor sharp teeth. The terrifying creature had legs as long as a human's. As big as a saltwater croc, what sets it apart were these long hind limbs. The new species has stunned an international team.