By Pallab Ghosh, Science correspondent, BBC News, Vancouver, Feb. 19, 2011
Dutch scientists have used stem cells to create strips of muscle tissue with the aim of producing the first lab-grown hamburger later this year. The aim of the research is to develop a more efficient way of producing meat than rearing animals.
At a major science meeting in Canada, Prof Mark Post said synthetic meat could reduce the environmental footprint of meat by up to 60% [....]
Normally I would not post a link to a diary in Kos. This is the best reporting about the lava moment in the Iceland's fissure volcanic system. Bárðarbunga the largest of the volcanoes in Iceland could very well erupt. I copied and pasted the name because of it's spelling. They now have it at a level 4 out of 5 that makes it something to pay attention too. It could disrupt air travel and weather.