Have you heard about this? In 2011, MIT published an article about MIT Professor Daniel Nocera and his team. They'd done something impressive: they'd created an "artificial leaf".
Leaves [Read the rest]carbohydrates chlorophyll (the green pigment in leaves).…
Okay, we've got a problem with plastic. It's a big one. No surprise. It doesn't break down into something useful for other creatures, like leaves or twigs do. It can kill wildlife when left out in the wild.… [Read the rest]
Okay, it's pretty tough to watch. You should know that before you sit back on your couch with some popcorn to watch More Than Honey.
But, this is a must-watch for anyone working on food systems.… [Read the rest]
I started the IVF process with the hope of a bounty of eggs, and ultimately a bounty of embryos. I knew that all the drugs I was taking would help me cultivate follicles the size of grapes full of juicy, gelatinous, goo that housed little, almost microscopic eggs, and the number of follicles I was producing was plentiful. … [Read the rest]
For all the nay-sayers out there, here is one person who thought to do what many of us only just dream of doing.
You already know that climate change is a problem. But have you seen Extreme Realities?
Actor Matt Damon hosts and narrates this episode of Journey to Planet Earth, which explores the link between extreme weather, climate change, and threats to national security.… [Read the rest]