Plant-Based, Cellular Agriculture Products to Replace 50 Percent of Meat in 10 Years: Jim Mellon

[ad_1] Billionaire investor-writer Jim Mellon has said that the food production industry will change in the early 2030s and that 50 percent of all meat consumed by humans on the planet will be either plant-based or produced within Cell Ag (Cellular Agriculture). next 10 years. He said that within this decade half of the seafood […]

Continue Reading

NASA Posts Image of Lagoon Nebula That Shows a Collection of Stars Forming in Our Galaxy

[ad_1] NASA has shared a stunning image of the Lagoon Nebula, a giant blue cloud of gas and dust where stars are currently forming. The image contained thousands of stars, or giant flares, twinkling like dots on a vast black canvas. The Lagoon Nebula, also known as NGC 6523 or Messier 8, is located within […]

Continue Reading

AI Art: Kolkata Exhibition to Showcase Artworks Created With Assistance of Artificial Intelligence

[ad_1] With artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) that were hitherto exclusive human domains – such as writing and driving – it was only a matter of time that artists began to experiment with it as well. Many exhibition centers and auction houses around the world have started taking interest in AI-made artefacts. The […]

Continue Reading

Footprints of UK’s Last Dinosaurs From 110 Million Years Ago Found in Kent

[ad_1] A new report by researchers claims that the footprints of at least six different species of dinosaurs – the last dinosaurs to walk on UK soil 110 million years ago – have been found in Kent. search dinosaur Footprints by a curator at the Hastings Museum and Art Gallery and a scientist at the […]

Continue Reading

Summer Solstice 2021: NASA Details All You Need to Know About the Year’s Longest Day

[ad_1] The summer solstice is happening today – the longest day of the summer season in the Northern Hemisphere when the Sun is directly over the Tropic of Cancer. This day marks the beginning of the summer season in the Northern Hemisphere and the beginning of winter in the Southern Hemisphere. Two such celestial events […]

Continue Reading

Vanilla-Flavoured Solution for Plastic Crisis? UK Researchers Show How Waste Can Be Converted by Bacteria

[ad_1] Plastic waste – including carry bags, soft drink or water bottles – may soon be converted to vanilla flavor using genetically engineered bacteria. According to new research from scientists at the University of Edinburgh, one way to convert plastic waste into vanillin – the main flavor component of vanilla beans – is to use […]

Continue Reading