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A Cephalopod Has Passed a Cognitive Test Designed For Human Children

A new test of cephalopod smarts has reinforced how important it is for us humans to not underestimate animal intelligence. Cuttlefish have been put to a new version of the marshmallow test, and the results appear to demonstrate that there's more going on in their strange little brains than we knew.

Mar 10, 2021 by Michelle Starr - Science Alert
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How Vertical Farms Bring Fresh Food To Booming Cities
Dec 10, 2019 by Journeyman Pictures
Botany & Horticulture Blogs
A Finnish company is making food out of thin air

A Finnish company has announced the development of a new carbon-neutral protein powder called Solein, derived from carbon dioxide, water, and solar energy. Similar in appearance and taste to wheat, the potential uses for the protein are exciting.

Nov 07, 2020 by Robby Berman via Big Think
Science & Medicine Blogs
Egg Drop Soup (Better than Restaurant Quality!)

Mix up a simple, sensational bowl of soup for one with this recipe.

Dec 29, 2020 by Allrecipes
Food & Recipes Blogs
Australia Lowest Harvest Ever Recorded Mid-East Ice/Snow Storms
Feb 24, 2020 by Adapt 2030
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smoked cornish hen...grilled and juicy. Come and get it

How to smoke chicken on the grill using wood

Oct 22, 2019 by Mark Lewis
Food & Recipes Blogs
A Google-backed vertical farm startup just raised another $90 million to build in cities across the US

Less than two years after its launch, the indoor agriculture startup Bowery has raised $90 million in funding led by GV (formerly Google Ventures). The New Jersey-based company will use the funding to open multiple vertical farms in new cities by the end of 2019.

Oct 21, 2019 by Business Insider
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The High-Tech Vertical Farmer

In the kale-filled facility at vertical farm startup Bowery Farming, it's a piece of proprietary software that makes most of the critical decisions -- like when to harvest and how much to water each plant. But it still takes humans to carry out many tasks around the farm.

Oct 21, 2019 by Bloomberg
Botany & Horticulture Blogs

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