Worms raised on seaweed could be a more sustainable salmon feed

While the farming of salmon does help take pressure off wild stocks, the feed used to raise the fish still isn't entirely sustainably sourced. That may change, however, thanks to nutrient-rich worms that eat readily available seaweed.

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Moonlander truck RV tightropes ingeniously between camper and cap

Radica has found room for further differentiation between the pickup truck cap and the pop-up topper. Its Moonlander splits the difference as a wide-body fixed-roof shell that has more camping room than a cap without the weight and fabric of a pop-top.

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Vaccine booster for all London children as polio found in more wastewater

A polio vaccine booster program has been announced in the UK targeting all London children under the age of 10. The program comes after more detections of poliovirus in London’s wastewater indicate the virus is spreading undetected through the city.

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Shelter by Cinch takes the humble camping tarp out of the trees

Many campers protect their outdoor seating area from the rain by covering it with a tarpaulin, suspended between nearby trees. The Shelter takes what looks like an easier, more versatile approach, as it's a stand-alone tarp that can be put up anywhere.

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New world’s tallest timber tower crowned in the USA

The Ascent, by Korb + Associates Architects, has officially been recognized as the new world's tallest timber tower. Located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the residential high-rise reaches an impressive maximum height of 86.6 meters.

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Special edition Swiss Army knife brings Damascus steel to picnic time

Victorinox has introduced a limited edition version of its snack-oriented Picknicker knife, kitting out the 10-tool implement with a distinctly premium touch courtesy of European pear wood and a dash of Damascus steel.

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Joy tiny house opens up for family vacations and entertaining guests

Commissioned to design a vacation home for a family of four that could occasionally be used for hosting parties, New Zealand's Build Tiny has created an open and airy tiny house that's also well-suited to entertaining guests.

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Ruggedly avant garde teardrop trailer looks to right-size RV adventure

The Campinawe trailer arrives like a piece of geometric abstract art meant to live in. Its pop-open panoramic window reveals a flexible space with a light, portable equipment set that includes a toilet, Yeti cooler, battery pack and bathroom tent.

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Double-action mechanism found that makes ketamine less addictive

Like many highly addictive drugs, ketamine causes a rush of dopamine in the brain. But new research in mice from the University of Geneva shows ketamine also blocks the brain process that leads to neuroplasticity, habit formation and compulsion.

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Polio detected in wastewater from New York county with only 60% vax rate

Following recent reports of the first polio case in the US in almost a decade, the CDC reported the virus has been detected in wastewater samples as far back as June in Rockland County, a region north of New York City known for low vaccination rates.

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