When surveyed on a variety of food topics, wealthy people fared no better—and sometimes worse—than their lower-earning peers.
“Messiness” has been identified as the main reason consumers avoid real trees. Scientists are finding ways around it.
A new survey shows that we have a pretty long way to go when it comes to truly understanding what's in our food.
“We’re pro-science and we’re anti-fringe,” says ‘Food Evolution’ director Scott Hamilton Kennedy—but his critics are calling him a corporate shill.
The new film from Bong Joon Ho is a critique of ethical capitalism wrapped in a heartwarming animal adventure story. But it's not coming to theaters: it premieres on Netflix June 28.
Sequencing the plant's genome could make it even more sustainable, better tasting, and nutritionally superior.
It's designed to grow grains for livestock while saving farmers money on labor. But that means it's also coming for some human jobs.
Research into Alzheimer’s, blindness, heart disease, and arthritis has been killed.
Like an ice-cream truck—one that distributes genetically-modified, disease-fighting insects instead of sweet treats.
Antony Evans still hasn’t shipped any glow-in-the-dark plants, but he wants you to trust him on his new product.
The local community voted against the experiment, but the government has decided to move forward somewhere else.
The solution? Just get plant life to more efficiently photosynthesize.