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Under eight metres of water close to Italy’s Ligurian coast, what look like giant jellyfish are tethered to the seabed.
The world is running short of fish. Most global fisheries are at or beyond their catch limits yet the global appetite for fish is growing.
They have been dubbed Fitbits for cows but there is much more to Connecterra’s business than the smart sensors strapped to the herds of its dairy farm clients.
Growing enough food sustainably for a growing population is one of the big challenges ahead of us. Re-thinker UK Salads is showing the way.
It started out as a glorified robotic flying scarecrow. Soon it evolved into a smart farming tool that is changing the way we produce food.
With the global population forecast to be almost ten billion by 2050, the idea of moving to Mars could catch on. But if this science-fiction fantasy does become reality, what sort of diet could the first settlers expect?