Should journalists just stop writing about food studies and end the noisy battle between headlines claiming that coffee or alcohol or some other common nutrient will save us or kill us? A scientific methodology researcher from Stanford thinks so.
As new patients approached the sprawling grounds of Battle Creek Sanitarium, they saw men in short-sleeve shirts and women in floor-length dresses doing lunges and backbends. New arrivals soon noticed their tanner cheeks and shrunken waistlines — taking on a cultivated air of health, well-being and moral fortitude. They were there because their health had […]
You didn’t think scientists would let IBM’s “world’s smallest computer” boast go unchallenged, did you? Sure enough, University of Michigan has produced a temperature sensing ‘computer’ measuring 0.04 cubic millimeters, or about a tenth the size of IBM’s former record-setter. It’s so small that one grain of rice seems gigantic in comparison — and it’s […]
Published time: 21 Nov, 2017 10:16 The Russian arms manufacturer Kalashnikov Concern wants to master a new market niche. Kalashnikov is planning to start a cargo transportation company to ship grain, according to company sources, as quoted by Russian business daily Kommersant. The renowned gun maker will reportedly invest up to 10 billion rubles ($ […]
How a Decrepit Grain Silo Became South Africa’s Mind-Blowing Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa
Architect Mat Cash transformed a facility meant to store 30,000 tons of wheat, maize, and sorghum into a celebration of art instead of agriculture. https://media.wired.com/photos/59c55312cd214f46039bd2c8/master/pass/776_3_HR_ZeitzMOCAA_HeatherwickStudio_Credit_Iwan%20Baan_View%20of%20Zeitz%20MOCAA%20in%20Silo%20Square.jpg Feed: All Latest