Humans could become hyenas to stomach rotten food – As a potential method of preventing food waste, Paul Gong's conceptual Human Hyena project takes cues from the non-fussy eating habits of the scavenger animals.

Royal College of Art student Paul Gong has imagined how synthetic biology could be used to modify the human body so it can consume and digest rotten food

Atsushi Tanaka

"For me, cooking is an art form," says chef Atsushi Tanaka of Paris restaurant AT. I need my food to be beautiful and tasty at the same time.

Francis Galton

Francis Galton

Food is the new porn

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Soft meal Georg Reier

Soft meal Georg Reier

Vanilla astronaut ice cream within two chocolate wafers. This is a new twist on the classic freeze-dried space delight. You get a double hit of flavor in one great freeze-dried treat. Truly a unique culinary experience, this delicious freeze-drie

In September, the Near Future Laboratory conducted a workshop with the Mobile Life Center and Boris Design Studio in Stockholm. Our workshop brief was to consider an Internet of Things future, but…

Meat, Labs, Lab, Labradors, Labrador

“delicious fruits that are grown from redesigned yeast, gorging on electricity instead of sunlight.” The fruit-producing yeasts would be cultured in a solar battery-powered growing tank, replacing photosynthesis with electrosynthesis. The result is a new agricultural calendar, in which growth is detached from Earth’s seasons

“delicious fruits that are grown from redesigned yeast, gorging on electricity instead of sunlight.” The fruit-producing yeasts would be cultured in a solar battery-powered growing tank, replacing photosynthesis with electrosynthesis. The result is a new agricultural calendar, in which growth is detached from Earth’s seasons

Dezeen and MINI World Tour: in our next movie from Design Indaba in Cape Town, designer Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg discusses synthetic biology - a new field of science…

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