You may have heard news about how scientists have discovered a species of waxworms that can digest plastic. An idea that may come in mind in light of this news may be “Oh, why don’t we farm the waxworms to eat our trash for us?” Unfortunately, the only way to deal with plastic pollution is with our own hands.
Ever wondered if you could ever regenerate your body parts like Wolverine? The axolotl salamander may be our best bet to make this super power a reality.
With every headline in the news, it appears Earth’s biodiversity is dying by the second. But while animal species are dying out in the jungles and ocean reefs, what’s happening to the species back at home?
The wilderness offers so many creative ideas for groundbreaking inventions. From snake robots to humpback whale-inspired turbine blades, there is no end to what nature can teach us.
We are currently in an escalating arms race against humankind’s oldest enemy. Unfortunately, we’re losing. Significantly.
Cancer by itself is already a terrifying thought—it’s the grim reaper’s scythe of the modern world. Unfortunately, scientists have discovered that, in the animal world, cancer that spreads like the flu is not an outlandish concept.