Hungry scientists: While the latest developments in molecular gastronomy might be originating from the high temples of haute cuisine, a group of part-time tinkerers have been exploring quirky cooking at home.
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Treadle pump: Inventor Martin Fisher designs easy irrigation tools – and his organization, KickStart, distributes manual irrigation pumps to African farmers.
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Author Pat Willard does not dwell on the historical circumstances of this Depression-era project. Instead she looks for the modern equivalents and her travels are the thrust of America Eats!
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Wheat: There’s been no recorded tally of wheat in New England since 1946. But growing consumer demand for breads made with local flours is leading to an expansion.
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Buildings: Earthquakes often result in a disproportionate number of student deaths. Engineering experts weigh in on why schools collapse. (Part of contributing research.)
In short: Norman Mailer’s 1966 poem “The shortest novel of them all” clocks in at 80 words. In other words, way too long for this collection of ultrashort literature.
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