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  • We finally know how durian got so stinky

    popsci.com 09 Oct '17, 8pm

    Durian, best known in the United States as a fruit so stinky it caused the normally unflappable Andrew Zimmern of Bizarre Foods fame to gag, has an unexpected (though arguably as pungent) cousin. In a study published today in Nature Genetics , researchers sequenced durian’s genome to ...

  • We finally know how durian got so stinky

    popsci.com 10 Oct '17, 12am

    Durian, best known in the United States as a fruit so stinky it caused the normally unflappable Andrew Zimmern of Bizarre Foods fame to gag, has an unexpected (though arguably as pungent) cousin. In a study published today in Nature Genetics , researchers sequenced durian’s genome to ...

  • We finally know how durian got so stinky

    popsci.com 09 Oct '17, 8pm

    Durian, best known in the United States as a fruit so stinky it caused the normally unflappable Andrew Zimmern of Bizarre Foods fame to gag, has an unexpected (though arguably as pungent) cousin. In a study published today in Nature Genetics , researchers sequenced durian’s genome to ...

  • Reebok's new biodegradable sneakers are made from corn

    popsci.com 06 Apr '17, 8pm

    Reebok The shoe does not actually grow out of a plant. There’s a rush right now for clothing companies—especially those in the outdoor and athletic spaces—to find renewable materials for their wares. Reebok has chosen corn as its preferred sustainable building block for use in an upco...

  • Meet #KJ600, the #aircraft that could help #China's #navy #rival #America's #military

    Meet KJ-600, the aircraft that could help China's navy rival America's

    popsci.com 17 Jul '17, 1pm

    KJ-600 The XAC KJ-600 AEW&C, when deployed on future, catapult equipped Chinese aircraft carriers, will enhance the combat effectiveness of Chinese fighters, and possibly the long-range fire of warships and missiles. OedoSoldier China's aircraft carriers are getting plenty of press la...

  • How a 93-year-old war vet (and his sneakers) are helping NASA track pollution

    popsci.com 16 Jun '17, 1pm

    When Fowler returned after serving in World War II , he opened a boat rental business on the river, spending time during the week crabbing and fishing for the sandwiches he sold in his shop and for family meals. “We didn’t buy anything,” he added. “It went right from the river to the ...

  • How a 93-year-old war vet (and his sneakers) are helping NASA track pollution

    popsci.com 15 Jun '17, 6pm

    When Fowler returned after serving in World War II , he opened a boat rental business on the river, spending time during the week crabbing and fishing for the sandwiches he sold in his shop and for family meals. “We didn’t buy anything,” he added. “It went right from the river to the ...

  • Reebok's new biodegradable sneakers are made from corn

    popsci.com 06 Apr '17, 8pm

    Reebok The shoe does not actually grow out of a plant. There’s a rush right now for clothing companies—especially those in the outdoor and athletic spaces—to find renewable materials for their wares. Reebok has chosen corn as its preferred sustainable building block for use in an upco...

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