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This new technology is promising because mRNA vaccines are easier to mass produce than most traditional vaccines.Here’s where all the COVID-19 vaccine candidates currently stand|Kate Baggaley|December 18, 2020|Popular-Science
With small tweaks to our traditions, such as eating seasonal produce, or sourcing ingredients from a local farmer, our old traditions can transform into reflections of our modern food values.
Ten food and beverage firms have teamed up with e-commerce giant JD and ZhongAn Technology to use blockchain technology to track produce from farm to plate and have it delivered to their door.The Unlikely New Champion of Consumer Rights: China|Charu Kasturi|December 17, 2020|Ozy
Mix any cleaning solution you like into these industrial spray bottles, and you’ll be ready to wash countertops, bathroom tile, and even fresh produce in no time.
Amid all this, greens will reportedly be grown using just one liter of water per kilogram of produce, which is a whopping 250 times less than what’s used in traditional agriculture.Europe’s Biggest Vertical Farm Will Be Powered by Wind and Planted by Robots|Vanessa Bates Ramirez|December 11, 2020|Singularity Hub
It seems unlikely: It took 17 more years to develop a stable, mass-producible form of penicillin.The 19 Biggest Medical Breakthroughs of the Decade|Max Read|December 3, 2009|DAILY BEAST
Page 283, "discussion of a work of art mainly hung in those days on that issue of the producible name."Instigations|Ezra Pound
She had her reasons—but they were not producible to a relative whose husband had forty thousand a year.Heart and Science|Wilkie Collins
I had in vain tried everything producible that began with a T, from tar to toast and tub.Great Expectations|Charles Dickens
My object was, not to procure evidence producible in a court of law by such means, but to satisfy my own mind.Recollections of a Policeman|William Russell (aka Thomas Waters)
He hadn't even the flimsiest excuse, except one that wasn't producible, unless he could catch her red-handed.The Messenger|Elizabeth Robins