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Welcome to Trimtab, the monthly digital news service of the Buckminster Fuller Institute.

Trimtab (formerly Design Science News) brings you BFI programming updates and news from around the world related to "humanity's option for success" and comprehensive design solutions.

Trimtab Vol. 16 No. 6
The Dymaxion Book Group has launched, make sure to get a copy via the iBooks store ahead of the July 7th launch. Save the date for the 2015 Fuller Challenge Conferring Ceremony, November 12th at The Wythe. A report from Make: STEAM in North Brooklyn available here plus excellent items at the Dymaxion Artifacts store with excellent items now back in stock!
Trimtab Vol. 16 No. 5
This month check out how Bucky took Montreal with Le Buckython and the IX Symposium, watch an interview with Michael Ben-Ali, see a 13-foot tin spider with a geodesic dome cockpit, and get ready to see a replica of Dymaxion Car #1 at the Lane Motor Museum (and much more!).
Trimtab Vol. 16 No. 4
In this month's Trimtab see a list of the project locations from 2015 Fuller Challenge applicants, an article in Domus on the Fly's Eye Dome™ in Miami, learn about the new BFI Reading Group, and read about Fuller Challenge winner Kate Orff's appointment as head of Columbia University's Urban Design program.
Trimtab Vol. 16 No. 3
In this month's Trimtab, the Buckminster Fuller Challenge deadline approaches, a wind turbine in the Eiffel Tower, a look at the proposed Googleplex, the passing of Burt Swersey and Vector Flexors back in the Dymaxion Artifacts store.
Trimtab Vol. 16 No. 2
2015 call for proposals, new membership cards, "orbital perspective," several great events and a sale on the Woodcut Dymaxion map at the store!
Trimtab Vol. 16 No. 1
An invitation to nominate at the launch of the 2015 Buckminster Fuller Challenge, join us and become a member of BFI, human-powered vehicles, 2014 Catalyst Program Participant Weighs in from Apam, Ghana and more.
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