Mushrooms could solve the war on plastic, says Kew Gardens

Mushrooms could solve the war on plastic, says Kew Gardens

Fungi could be the key to winning the war on plastic, leading scientists at Kew Gardens has said. The first ever report on the state of the world’s fungi has today revealed that if the natural properties of fungus can be harnessed and developed, plastic could be broken down naturally in weeks rather than years.

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Scientists Trying To Clone 40,000-Year-Old Horse

Scientists try to clone ancient horse as first step to reviving woolly mammoth

Scientists have taken cell samples from an extinct baby horse up to 40,000-years-old in a bid to clone the species back to life. The Russian-South Korean team claim the experiment on the male foal is a “first step” towards their ultimate goal – bringing the extinct woolly mammoth back to life.

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