Oregon State University researchers come up with a new breed of red marine algae that tastes like those sweet strips of delicious pig flesh.
Could a common fungus found in decaying soil, leaves and fruit power aircraft? Scientists from Washington State University think so.
The special glass is just beginning to make its way into public displays such as ATMs and payment terminals, but Corning hopes it will eventually get into consumer electronics.
3D-printed edible shells are embedded with seeds to grow their own fillings of tasty sprouts and mushrooms.
On today's show, we check out a biodegradable drone with a fungi-like casing, discuss the PlayStation Vue and swoon over a bike path in the Netherlands inspired by Van Gogh.
If this "biological drone" drone crashes, it can decompose without leaving a trace. "No one would know if you'd spilled some sugar water or if there'd been an airplane there."
The research team developing the bio-friendly drone says it would mostly melt like a puddle of goo if it went down in the field, raising some interesting questions about future environmental research...and espionage.
The Squair portable air cleaner promises to use cold plasma to fill your space with pollution-gobbling, bacteria-zapping oxygen atoms.
In the search for powerful anticancer and antifungal drugs, scientists look somewhere new -- fungus-farming ants.
Research from Arizona State University suggests that ants might be trapping carbon dioxide, hence stopping it from being released into the atmosphere.