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Aeroponics: Guest Post from @Foxxotron

Foxxotron’s Instagram feed features an array of beautiful gardening photos – countless plants at all stages of life! – and so much information that it quite nearly makes my thumbs turn green. 450 more words

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Il Futuro del cibo

Come acquisteremo, cosa mangeremo, chi maneggerà il cibo e i prodotti in un futuro più o meno lontano prima che arrivino sulle tavole dei consumatori? Sono alcune delle domande a cui troverà risposta il visitatore di Expo Milano 2015 nel Padiglione del Cibo del Futuro: 6.500 metri quadri nel cuore del sito espositivo tra Cardo e Decumano, uno spazio nato dalla collaborazione tra Coop, il MIT Senseable City Lab e lo studio Carlo Ratti Associati. 560 more words


The Future of Food

“Food is our common ground, a universal experience,” said James Beard, historic American chef and columnist. Beard understood the importance of food in each of our lives. 467 more words


When wine runs dry, these drones have your back

There are plenty of reasons to fret about the havoc that climate change will wreak on global food systems, but none worse than the fate of one… 405 more words


One busy week deserves another

Hi All,

Last weeks picture post was apparently greatly appreciated by most people. I think I wrote a blog post in comments which seemed to suit everyone so I think I might just carry on with this kind of post for a while (till something better comes along and inspires me ;) ). 2,015 more words

Lovely grub: are insects the future of food?

Emily Anthes braves locusts, beetles, mealworms and more as she asks whether eating insects is the answer to feeding ever more humans and livestock.

At first my meal seems familiar, like countless other dishes I’ve eaten at Asian restaurants. 5,476 more words


Friday Fictioneers: Every Minute

Genre: Science fiction (flash fiction) story

by Leigh Ward-Smith

Dr. Kyla Dysun marveled at the LP prototype from the archive.

From that mock-up to the latest incarnation of the LollyPetz product line seemed light-years. 153 more words

Flash Fiction