When people talk about candy, the first thing that usually comes to mind is chocolate. And with good reason; by some estimates it’s worth over $100 billion, with the Swiss leading the way in terms of per capita consumption at
As more and more countries around the world develop a middle class, rising incomes have led to rising demand for protein consumption, including seafood. The FAO’s most recent State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture Report from 2016 noted that global
Many people in the US have rightly fought to find ways to reduce the country’s population in prisons and jails, through initiatives like justice reform and revisiting old cases to vindicate the wrongly accused. Not as many resources have been
In the 21st century, having access to the Internet has practically become more of a necessity than a privilege. In addition to being a portal of entertainment and sports, it’s a vital medium for receiving news and information. Many career
Nanobinoids is a California-based company working in the fascinating and promising fields of nano-materials. Nano-materials are all those materials smaller than 100 nanometers (a nanometer is one billionth of a meter), and these substances have the potential to be used
20.9 million. That’s the estimated number of victims of human trafficking worldwide according to the International Labour Organization. Of those, over 55% are believed to be women and girls, and 4.5 million are believed to have been forced into sexual
Recall the last time you went to the produce section of your local grocery store. You were probably greeted by fruits and vegetables that were appealing to the eye, completely (or at worst, mostly) blemish-free and without any obvious deformities.