Category Archive: Nature
Industrial Food Machine of the Day: Robots Milk Cows
Rick Rugg, of Lily Corporation, talks with Todd Woodruff about the Robotic Milking machine that automates the milking process for dairy farmers.
Schuster Skate Villa
Take one neglected house, add a bunch of top skateboarders, throw in a few tonnes of building material and what do you get? The coolest skate spot in Salzburg, created by skater Philipp Schuster and friends inside a once glamorous hunting lodge.
How Life Begins in the Deep Ocean
Where do squid, jellyfish and other sea creatures begin life? The story of a sea urchin reveals a stunningly beautiful saga of fertilization, development and growth in the ocean depths.
Isabel Behncke: Evolution’s gift of play, from bonobo apes to humans
With never-before-seen video, primatologist Isabel Behncke Izquierdo shows how bonobo ape society learns from constantly playing — solo, with friends, even as a prelude to sex. Indeed, play appears to be the bonobos’ key to problem-solving and avoiding conflict. If it works for our close cousins, why not for us?