How will Africa look like in 1,000 years if nothing is done to fight…

Mail and Guardian Africa, South African weekly newspaper and Africa’s first online newspaper has created a map, entitled “Very terrifying map of Africa: How desert, and best friend water, could be…

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Rafaela Biamante: « It was a great experience to look…

Rafaela Biamante has worked since June 2012 as New Channels Manager in Danone Brazil. With 10 years’ experience in the commercial area, trade marketing and processes in various regional markets and multinationals,…

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Forests Can Feed Billions, but Only If They’re Left Standing

Researchers find that making woodlands part of the food supply will help alleviate hunger worldwide.

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LiquiGlide : a technology to improve the flow rate of condiment…

LiquiGlide, a project of the Varanasi Group at MIT, is a slippery, biocompatible coating that could be used to line ketchup bottles and other kinds of food packaging. LiquiGlide won the Audience Choice…

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Yogurt consumption is associated with a 40% lower risk of type 2…

A publication newly released in the ‘European Journal of Nutrition’ shows that yogurt consumption has health benefits for elderly people with type 2 diabetes.

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How people feed themselves in science fiction movies?

Our diet says a lot about us and the world we live in. That’s why science fiction regularly tackles the subject of food and shows us ways of eating that can be surprising – and sometimes just downright…

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Not sure if those leftovers are still safe to eat? This app can…

The new Food Keeper app from the USDA and Cornell University aims to help you cut food waste at home.

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Why should we all be concerned about the use of insecticides?

On March 19, 2015, the French Parliament banned neonicotinoids as from 2016. Blamed for killing bees and destroying ecosystems, this insecticide now needs to be prohibited in other countries. After the…

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At home with the world’s last male northern white rhinoceros

With rhino numbers collapsed due to poaching for their horns, a lot rides on one pampered animal in the Kenyan savannah doing his best to further the species

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