Remote-controlled biodegradable nanorobots are here

In the United Kingdom, scientists created remote-controlled nanorobots made from biodegradable spirulina algae that can be remotely controlled within complex biological fluids with high...

Cinnamon makes fat cells burn energy

In Michigan, University of Michigan Life Sciences Institute researchers found that the essential oil that flavors cinnamon, cinnamaldehyde, improves metabolic health by acting directly...

Moderate to vigorous exercise lowers glaucoma risk

In California, a study showed that people who engage in moderate to vigorous physical activity may significantly lower their risk of glaucoma. Researchers from...

Allrecipes.com and Amazon Fresh partner for home delivery of recipe ingredients

In Washington, Meredith Corporation announced that Allrecipes.com will feature AmazonFresh within the site's top recipes to enable home cooks to purchase a recipe's ingredients...

First digital ingestion tracking system approved by FDA

In Washington, D.C., the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the first drug in the U.S. with a digital ingestion tracking system. Abilify MyCite...

Eating nuts regularly lowers your heart disease risk

In Massachusetts, a new study indicates that people who regularly eat nuts, including peanuts, walnuts and tree nuts, have a lower risk of developing...

Turkeys lead food supply chain transparency with block-chain traceability

In Kansas, Cargill enabled a first-to-market blockchain-based solution for traceable Honeysuckle White brand turkeys. Beginning this Thanksgiving, consumers will be able to trace Honeysuckle...

Finding another key to the brain’s control over appetite and weight

In Texas, researchers at Baylor College of Medicine have determined that aprosin, a recently discovered hormone that regulates blood-glucose levels, also acts on the...

Experimental golden potato contains large amounts of vitamin A and E

In Ohio, an experimental golden potato could hold the power to prevent disease and death in developing countries where residents rely heavily upon the...

Plenty goes to Seattle for their next backyard-quality indoor farm

In California, Plenty announced their next indoor organic farm will be in the Seattle area as they continue to scale worldwide. Expected to open in...

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Healthy “milk-style” chocolate launch taps British biobased packaging firm 

In Ireland, a health food brand known for its dairy-free ice cream has teamed up with plant-based packaging firm Parkside.  Nobó will use Parkside’s...

Mazda expands use of bioplastics to exterior elements

In Japan, Mazda is expanding the use of bioplastics in exterior car components, including larger parts such as grills. Mazda developed the bioplastic and...

Australian teen develops bioplastic from shrimp shells 

In Australia, a young aspiring scientist has turned shrimp shells into a biodegradable plastic. Fifteen-year-old Angelina Arora took the shells from a local seafood shop...