Five examples of lab grown food appearing in a supermarket near you. Nu-Tek Salt: It might sound strange but a company based in Minneapolis has been getting a lot of attention for their sodium-free salt substitute. Made of potassium chloride and an organic acid, Nu-Tek Salt looks, feels, and functions just like salt does minus theREAD MORE
Ever wonder why and how your brain feels an itch and knows exactly where it is? Itching, you do it everyday, often, and without thinking about it. Yet the actual reason and way that the brain knows to itch a specific spot is surprisingly still not fully understood. Recently, researchers at the University of MinnesotaREAD MORE
On this day in 1984, Tetris, one of the most beloved brain games ever, was released. Designed by Alexey Pajitnov while he was working for the Dorodnicyn Computing Center at the Academy of Science of the USSR in Moscow, Tetris would become the first video game ever exported from the USSR to the US. EvenREAD MORE
Latest reports indicate that progress towards equal pay has stagnated. Unequal pay based on gender has long been an unsolved problem throughout the world, including in Western nations where women are supposed to be protected as equals with men, under the law. It is among the top priority issues for women’s and human rights advocacyREAD MORE
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