Monthly Archives: November 2014

Gastropod: The Microbe Revolution

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple of years, you’ve probably heard about the human microbiome. Research into the composition, function, and importance of the galaxy of bacteria, fungi, and viruses that, when we’re healthy, live in symbiotic balance in and on us has become one of the fastest moving and […]

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100 Shades of French Fry

For just two days this weekend, a gallery on New York’s Lower East Side hosted a pop-up French fry exhibition. IMAGE: A French fry on the Bowery. All photos in this post by Nicola Twilley. It was a PR stunt put together by craft condiment contender Sir Kensington, but, as someone who has never successfully […]

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