Danish design brand Reform has created a new Everyday classic. This kitchen consists of cuts that are left when Dinesen has supplied floors to places like galleries, restaurants & mansions.
Researchers from the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) say they have demonstrated a technology that rapidly detects pollutants in water by measuring their impacts on swimming microorganisms. Their proof-of-concept, published in Scientific Reports, does not require any chemicals, reagents or laboratory equipment. Instead, it leverages the regular camera of a smartphone as well as microorganisms called Paramecia that are ubiquitous in water bodies–making it especially suitable for assessing water drinkability in underdeveloped regions.
The prevalence of overweight and obesity continues to increase worldwide, includingin low-income and middle-income countries—increasing the risk of non-communicablediseases (NCDs) including type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and cancers.
Tackling plastic pollution remains a priority for Nestlé. We sat down with Véronique Cremades-Mathis, our Global Head of Sustainable Packaging, to get the latest on what we’re doing to get ahead of the challenge.
Seattle-based QFC set to be the first of its banners to transition away from single-use bags, with the move expected to be completed in 2019.