Scientists find that whiskey’s smokiness, the smell of beets and lily of the valley perfume can be utterly different depending on your genetic wiring.
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Japan looks to replace China as the primary source of critical metals, with enough of several elements to supply industries for hundreds of years.
Japan is set to be the new main source of rare earths
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BERLIN (AP) — Scientists in Antarctica have harvested their first crop of vegetables grown without earth, daylight or pesticides as part of a project designed to help astronauts cultivate fresh food on other planets.
Scientists harvest 1st vegetables in Antarctic greenhouse
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Why Everything We Know About Salt May Be Wrong – The New York Times
Research with Russian cosmonauts shows salt converts our stored fat into water, as with camels, and makes people hungrier to restore the fat supply.
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Tagged astronauts, biology, calories, camels, cosmonauts, fat, fat storage, food, health, hunger, medicine, research, Russians, salt, science, water |