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Could GreenForges’ underground farms solve agriculture’s space issue?

Could GreenForges’ underground farms solve agriculture’s space issue?

Already taking up 11% of the Earth’s surface, the agriculture industry is running out of space to keep up with growing food demands. While most innovators are looking to fix the issue with vertical farming solutions, GreenForges is utilising the ground beneath our feet. When delving into growth projections for vertical farming, it turns out the sky actually does have its limits. The agriculture industry has constantly battled against a dwindling...

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New Instagram and Twitter updates target harmful online behaviours

New Instagram and Twitter updates target harmful online behaviours

The latest Twitter update will prompt users to reconsider the ‘vibe’ of a heated discussion, while an Instagram ‘nudge’ feature aims to steer teenagers away from harmful content. Despite a newfound urgency in recent years to finally address online hate and content tied to adverse mental health, the big social media platforms are still accused of being too reactionary and not proactive enough. When it comes to Gen Z specifically, the...

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Domo reveals how the internet is used every minute in 2021

Domo reveals how the internet is used every minute in 2021

Domo has just released its annual infographic showing how we divide our time online every 60 seconds. With a pandemic-induced shift in digital trends, as well as a 10% rise in those with access to the internet, there are some notable changes from last year. Still reeling from the Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp blackout? Not as much as the conglomerates and billionaire entrepreneurs at their helm you’re not. They’ll be counting...

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Colorado scientists grow first plants from Martian soil

Colorado scientists grow first plants from Martian soil

In what’s being described as an extraordinary breakthrough in the aim of eventually colonising Mars, Colorado scientists have grown the first ever plants in Martian soil. We have definitive proof that the clover really is a lucky plant. Inside a research greenhouse at Colorado State University, agricultural biology student Franklin Harris and his colleagues have just grown the first ever plant from Martian soil – or ‘regolith’. In the aim of establishing...

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