10/07/2010

Super Salmon
Humans have been gentically modifying crops and livestock for thousands of years. But now, for the first time, a fish who's DNA has been altered might be swimming into your local grocery store.

Called AquAdvantage, this transgenic Atlantic Salmon has been modified with growth genes from two other fish (the Chinook salmon and the eel-like Ocean pout), and is promised to be cheaper and more readily available than other types of fish. 


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 What if newspapers worked interactively like computer screens, with continually updated headlines, photos and videos?

 

Well soon they might. The Taiwan-based Industrial Technology Research Institute has produced flexible displays that can be bent, rolled and folded like a sheet of paper.


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