Texas native Scott Garner turned some vegetables into an instrument. That's right, in this delightful video you'll see a "BeetBox" making beautiful music. As you've probably guessed, it's a play on the term beatbox and real beets have an integral role in this DIY creation. What would Dwight Schrute think?
The movie Mission To Mars showed us a scenario in which astronauts had managed to grow vegetables on the surface of Mars. It now appears that Chinese scientists intend to make this sci-fi scene a reality.
Fruits and vegetables are good for us, this we know. But what if they could deliver even more health benefits than they already do? Dr. Alan M. Fogelman from UCLA's David Geffen School of Medicine and his team of researchers have found a way to genetically modify tomatoes to lower plaque build up like never before.
Do you eat enough fruits and vegetables? Of course you don't. And to punish you for this lack of nutritional awareness, Yale researchers have developed a laser system that can measure your intake (or lack thereof) of healthy foods right through your skin.