In the vast bomb shelters below the streets of London, crops are being successfully grown, free from the pests found on the surface.
A defunct factory in Japan has a new life as an LED-powered indoor farm that turns out 10,000 heads of lettuce per day.
The CSIRO is putting RFID sensors on Queensland fruit flies to study their behaviour in the hopes of saving Queensland's crops.
If the zombie apocalypse ever arrives, you'll be happy you dropped a ton of cash for a cabin designed to fortify you against attacks by the undead.
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This modular smart garden from Click & Grow promises to bring expandable vegetable gardening to any indoor environment.
Lockheed Martin claims to have figured out a way to make nuclear fusion a reality, in a reactor that could fit on the back of a truck. The potential is incredible, but is it reality?
Japanese farms are smaller and often less sophisticated than those elsewhere in the world. Can a suite of sensors, services, and -- yes -- cow pedometers from Fujitsu help them compete on a global scale?
Japanese farms are smaller and often less sophisticated than those elsewhere in the world. Can a suite of sensors and services from Fujitsu help them compete on a global scale?
This modular indoor vegetable garden from Click & Grow could be an urban locavore's dream.