Today’s Solutions: June 12, 2024

Scientists say mealworms could

Scientists say mealworms could serve as alternative source of protein

Population booms in developing countries have led to a shortage of protein sources. For that reason, scientists from Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) have proposed yellow mealworms as an alternative protein source for animals and, possibly, humans. In the new study, Read More...

These scientists are turning a

These scientists are turning a common type of plastic waste into clean fuels

While many people like to think that recycling is the antidote to our plastic problems, the reality is that most plastic waste doesn’t get recycled. On top of that, plastics that are recycled can only be recycled a couple times before the material is rendered useless and becomes waste. Read More...