Plant-based 'fish' has arrived (and lab-grown versions are coming)

Plant-based ‘fish’ has arrived (and lab-grown versions are coming)

Chef Tsang Chiu King is preparing a subtle but significant modification to his menu: he is replacing the fish in certain dishes with a vegetable alternative. “Its flavor is light and bland and its texture, like that of grouper, is a little harsher,” Mr. Tsang said, referring to the alternative fish varieties he tried at …

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Horse not himself? Veterinary lowdown on what lethargy is, its causes and how to treat it

Horse not himself? Veterinary information on what lethargy is, its causes and how to treat it

Sometimes our horses just aren’t quite themselves, appearing listless and generally lethargic. MRCVS veterinarian Leona Bramall explains what lethargy is, some of the common reasons horses can be lethargic, and how to treat it. We all know that feeling where we are tired, a little out of sorts and lacking in energy. Our horses can …

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Our favorite female bird shots from the 2021 Audubon Photography Awards

Our favorite female bird shots from the 2021 Audubon Photography Awards

Female birds are among the most underrated and difficult to see birds – many avoid the showy plumage and eye-catching behaviors that put others in the limelight. But this neglect of ornithologists, scientists and photographers is not just a problem of philosophy or equality. Recent research has shown that the lack of focus on the …

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The dazzling iridescence of birds linked to a nanoscale modification of the structure of feathers

The iridescent shimmer that makes birds such as peacocks and hummingbirds so striking is rooted in a natural nanostructure so complex that people are just beginning to reproduce it technologically. The secret to how birds produce these brilliant colors lies in a key feature of the feather’s nanoscale design, according to a study by researchers …

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