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  1. Crispy Jellyfish Are The Next Weird Food Source Proposed by Danish Scientists
Original: http://www.sciencealert.com/crispy-jellyfish-are-the-next-weird-food-source-proposed-by-danish-scientists
If you're a fan of potato chips, the next best thing might just be a crispy, lightweight sheet of preserved jellyfish.

Original: http://www.sciencealert.com/fungi-harness-basic-physics-to-hurl-their-spores-into-the-breeze
The physics behind fungal spore momentum may not keep all of us up at night, but for a select group of scientists, the issue has proved vexing for over a century.

Original: http://www.sciencealert.com/5-futuristic-technologies-that-we-might-look-forward-to-seeing-in-the-future
Flying warehouses, robot receptionists, smart toilets… do such innovations sound like science fiction or part of a possible reality? Technology has been evolving at such a rapid pace that, in the near future, our world may well resemble that portrayed in futuristic movies, such as Blade Runner, with intelligent robots and technologies all around us.

Original:http://www.sciencealert.com/the-fda-has-changed-its-mind-about-vaping-as-it-cracks-down-on-nicotine
There's still a lot we need to figure out about e-cigarettes when it comes to their health impacts. But smoking definitely kills, and regulators in the US have a new plan for tackling the problem.

Original http://www.sciencealert.com/the-next-pharmaceutical-revolution-could-be-3d-bioprinted

Body organs such as kidneys, livers and hearts are incredibly complex tissues. Each is made up of many different cell types, plus other components that give the organs their structure and allow them to function as we need them to.

Origina: lhttp://www.sciencealert.com/flatworms-can-still-detect-light-even-after-they-ve-been-decapitated
Using the flatworm's ability to survive and even regrow its head after decapitation, researchers have shown the animal will shy away from a light source even when it no longer has eyes.

But we still don't know why.
Original : http://www.sciencealert.com/does-sugar-make-you-sad-new-study-suggests-it-might
The thought of a cupcake, skillfully frosted with fluffy vanilla icing, may put a smile on your face, but research suggests that, in the long term, a sweet tooth may turn that smile into a frown – but not for the reasons you think.


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