Diffusion Science radio: Superworm and fake human meat

Superworm and fake human meat

Sound implants prevent cancer,
Sun made me hungry,
sub-millimetre robots
Fake cannibalism
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf

cartoon worm in a superman cape, generated by mini-dalle

An implantable ultrasound-powered device for the treatment of brain cancer using electromagnetic fields

Food-seeking behavior is triggered by skin ultraviolet exposure in males

Insights into plastic biodegradation: community composition and functional capabilities of the superworm (Zophobas morio) microbiome in styrofoam feeding trials

Submillimeter-scale multimaterial terrestrial robots
Tiny robotic crab is smallest-ever remote-controlled walking robot
A mechanically driven form of Kirigami as a route to 3D mesostructures in micro/nanomembranes

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - interview with founder of HuFu
Hufu: The Vegan Cannibal’s Alternative to Human Flesh
Ouroboros Steak by ourochef
on gallery tour with designs for different futures

Ouroboros Steak grow-your-own human meat kit is "technically" not cannibalism
Ouroboros Steak

A Swedish company offers plant based burger, and it tastes like human meat

Cannibals with a conscience rejoice: Fake human meat burgers are here

Vegan Cannibal restaurant chain
‘Vegan Cannibal Steakhouse’ Satisfies Human Meat Cravings Without The Killing

July 25, 2022

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