Emerging fungi threaten crop security, biodiversity and human health. So why are we looking the other way?
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New research reveals that foraging groups were more cultured and technologically advanced than thought
2015’s Atlas Award-winning articles tackle e-waste recycling, food and water security, ebola – and an app to detect epilepsy
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New open access journal for all disciplines publishes research from four continents
New research reveals the molecules released when real samples of bread and pasta are digested in vitro
With free access to a virtual special issue for World Oceans Day
New study reveals how production methods affect the color and taste of pinot noir
Preventing allergies, detecting peanuts and finding new uses for peanuts in National Peanut Month
Special issue features articles by researchers in Brazil, Mexico, Portugal, the UK and Malaysia – with free access
A USDA expert explains the HEI and what it’s for in a podcast with the editor of the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
New research reveals the best color for women, the effects of daydreaming, and the impact of porn on newlyweds
Episode will feature stars of food and science, including Cell Press CEO Emilie Marcus and authors from its journals – watch the show and join the Twitter Chat
Various scenarios could disrupt the world’s food supply; here’s how we could survive long-term
Mitigating the effects on agriculture will require creative adaptations, per IPCC report (with free access to related research)
For Open Access Week, a selection of OA research papers published in Elsevier’s journals
As senses wane with aging, it makes sense to enhance our foods, not just innovate their production
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