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Can we feed the world with aquatic foods?
Robotic nose can detect first sign of disease
Singapore startup gained approval to manufacture in vitro meat for commercial sale
Neurograins: the next brain-computer interfaces?
Australian fly species named after drag queen
How AI can help forecast how much sea ice will melt
Why are hyperlinks blue?
Scientists toilet-train cows to reduce their environmental impact
This startup raised $15M to bring back woolly mammoth from extinction
A love letter to infrastructure
The road to self-reproducing machines
Turning smog into tiles
Artificial cells that imitate basic functions of living cells
How biotechnology can make people younger
The world’s first avatar singing competition is here
Will we be able to upload information to our brains one day?
AI has a Islamophobia problem
Growing carbon-sucking kelp
Are we eating ourselves to extinction?
Why do so many female body parts honor male scientists?
These bacteria eat toxic metals from water
Study finds potential benefits of screentime for kids
Baby poop is full of microplastics
Lab-grown coffee cuts out the beans and deforestation
The augmented hair salon is here
Scientists are 3D printing living brain cells now
'CRISPR Tomatoes' approved in Japan
A hamster is beating humans at the crypto game
Is plant-based pig is an option for Muslims?
First artificial kidney runs on blood pressure
Your next weather forecaster? Deepmind's AI
Turns out that in embryos, Crispr can cut out whole chromosomes
Making self-driving cars human-friendly
Patrol robots roam the streets of Singapore
This company is using enzymes to recycle plastic
How many solar panels could power the world?
A brain implant that sends a shock when it detects depression
Why a whale is worth $2 million
According to MIT, plants are the new lights
Cleaning up mining with 'metal eating' bacteria
CRISPR has made pigs immune to a deadly epidemic. Are humans next?
What if other human species hadn't died out
Ancient poop study reveals a 2,700 year-old diet of beer and blue cheese