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3D printed food may be a key in feeding the world's hungry

3D Printing Could Hold the Key to Solving World Hunger

Featured guest post by Matthew Young From its first appearance in the late 1980s, 3D printing has opened the technological door to possibilities formerly limited to the realms of science fiction. 3D scanners and printers are becoming affordable for educational and home use. The materials used for ink range from human tissue to plastic, metal and everything in between. Experimentation…

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Make Your 2011 New Years Weight Loss Plan Low Carbon!

Guest post by Brian Toomey “Once more into the breech,” the good bard had it, and so it is that once again I face another New Years admitting I need to loose a few. Ahh, New Years resolutions. I would hazard a guess that some readers are chewing the cud (or holiday leftovers) on this issue as well. An unfathomable…

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Global Warming And The World Food Supply

The potential consequences of global warming on life as we now know it are many, but scientists studying agriculture in particular are among those expressing some of the greatest concern for what lay in store in a warming world. New research predicts that, due to rising global average temperatures, droughts and crop failures will become the standard in years to…

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