The 600 million year old technology beneath our feet | Michael Quintern | TEDxTauranga

Translator: hila scherba Reviewer: Arvind Patil Hi, I’m the guy who is the in charge of the muck, and boy, do I love muck! But share with me, why am I a soil scientist? Because that’s what I’ve been training and what I’ve done for the last 25 years, has become so attached to muck, […]

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Big questions in agriculture need bigger experiments

The North Wyke Farm Platform is an exciting new facility that is being built by BBSRC and hosted here at North Wyke, part of Rothamsted Research, as a national capability for researchers to come and better understand aspects of grassland farming and farming sustainability. The Farm Platform consists of about 80 hectares of land. Here […]

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Shadow: Kelleah Job Shadows to Learn About Sustainable Agriculture

– Their main job in life is to just poop. That’s their only goal. (groovy music) My name is Kelleah. I am really interested in ecosystems, microorganisms, and I think that aquaponics really brings that together with sustainability. It’s a system that can really help the world and it’s a way that I can help […]

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A self-healing sweat sensor -Headlinec Science

Wearable sensors that track steps or heart rates are popular fitness products. But in the future, working up a good sweat could provide useful information about your health. Now, researchers reporting in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces have developed a headband that measures electrolyte levels in sweat. The headband could let users know when it’s […]

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