EATING INSECTS:  WOULD YOU LIKE MEALWORMS WITH THAT?
It may come as a surprise, but already in Australia you can buy insects as food.  Leading nutritionists would like a whole lot more of us to start crunching on the little critters, to help solve some of the world’s food problems one tasty bite at a time.
 

PICKING THE RIGHT FIGHT FOR THE RIGHT CANCER
As many of us can attest, getting an injury treated can sometimes involve experimenting with a number of different therapies and professionals, until we come across the one that’s right for us and our problem.  Such an approach may soon become more accepted in the life-and-death battle against various cancers, as rigid old-school treatments make way for more open-minded and results-based processes.
 



IS YOUR CHILDHOOD TO BLAME FOR YOUR LOUSY SENSE OF DIRECTION?
We all know someone who can get lost just turning a corner.  It turns out their childhood could be to blame, particularly if they grew up in a city.
 

WHY OUR ‘ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT’ IS DECIDED BY ACCOUNTANTS
We’ve all heard the term ‘ecological footprint’, but most of us don’t realise that there is quite the precise formula to establish such a thing.   To give scientists and environmentalists what they need, it is purely about accountants and the bookkeeping.