This week on the blog – bacteria controlling robots, the rapid change of watermelons, and a new meaning to the phrase “saving your food for later.”
- Things that look like other things.
- A 17th-Century Stanch Painting Reveals The Rapid Change in Watermelons Through Selective Breeding.
- Legos get a surprising update for children’s prosthetics.
- A whole new meaning to the idea of taking your lunch to go.
- Robots controlled by bacteria could be the future.
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