Chinese Internet search giant Baidu has invented chopsticks that tell consumers whether the food in front of them is safe to eat.
Trace breaks down how a microwave keeps our popcorn 'a-poppin' and also delivers the skinny on whether or not standing near one will give us cancer.
A Spanish physicist sells high-tech treats from his beach town laboratory/ice cream parlor. Continue reading →
Concept technology alters brainwaves to make any food taste like any other food. Continue reading →
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Dutch researchers propose village-level “meat factories” that use biotech reactors to produce unique flavors of artificial beef, pork or chicken.
The holograms work similar to those etched into credit cards, except these are edible. Continue reading →
An Australian eatery is bringing its parachuting grilled cheese sandwiches to North American cities, starting with New York and Montreal. Continue reading →
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