He thinks it is more accurate – and important – to describe it is a combination of science and art.
But he will admit his day job as a microbial ecologist definitely helps with his weekend hobby. In November, at the Continue reading The Science Behind A Good Homebrew
A Bangkok-based start-up called EnerGaia is pioneering a unique urban farming model. Across the city’s neglected rooftops, a small team of chemists and engineers are growing a nutritional supplement which also happens to be one of the planet’s oldest life forms: Spirulina. Continue reading Urban Rooftop Spirulina Farm in Bangkok
Horizontal rain, Wellington boots two sizes too small, rocks promising nothing but a broken back, and an encroaching tide. This is hardcore.
At any minute I could slip and end up in an eternal sleep. Not that I wouldn’t Continue reading Seaweed Harvesting in England Is Slippery Business
Ohio’s 131st General Assembly opens for business next month. Its premier responsibility, arguably, is to write and approve a balanced state budget for the two years that begin July 1. The 132 legislators, led by Republicans, will be guided, though not bound, by the budget recommendations Republican Gov. John Kasich makes.
A key budget issue, as it was when the legislature wrote the state’s current budget in 2013, is Ohio’s expansion of Medicaid coverage under the Continue reading Ohio’s lengthy legislative to-do list for 2015 includes algal blooms and energy: editorial