Newer technologies are taking food production to the next level by integrating space technology, genetics and everything in between to streamline their processes.
On July 4, 2016 NASA announced the successful arrival of the Juno Spacecraft into Jupiter’s orbit. The $1 billion mission will study the largest planet in our solar system for the next eighteen months and give scientists a better idea of the gas giant’s weather system, magnetic environment and answer questions about its formation.
As some scientists build larger and larger telescopes to probe the immensity of the universe around us, others are turning inward to observe what is happening inside our brains. The significance of ability for us to contemplate our own minds was not lost on the great scientists Carl Sagan, “We have begun to contemplate our origins: starstuff pondering the stars; organized assemblages of ten billion billion billion atoms considering the evolution of atoms; tracing the long journey by which, here at least, consciousness arose.”