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One to watch: SteamRail

A British company, Displaysense, has invented the SteamRail to help make ironing less of a chore. According to the Daily Mail’s website, “The system effectively pumps steam into a cabinet, where the heat and moisture leaves clothes smooth, smart and … Continue reading

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Chia seeds – the next big superfood

Lots of press coverage about chia at the moment. According to the BBC, “Chia, or Salvia hispanica L, is a member of the mint family from Mexico and South America.” Currently used as a bread ingredient in the UK, chia … Continue reading

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TNBT: edible membranes (WikiCells)

Harvard Uni experts have come up with an edible membrane that could be used to make bottles that you can eat once you’ve finished drinking the contents… Basically, they’ve created a mashup of biodegradable polymers and food particles to make … Continue reading

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‘Marshmallows are the new cupcakes’: Gourmet sugary puffs set to take New York’s artisan bakeries by storm | Mail Online

‘Marshmallows are the new cupcakes’: Gourmet sugary puffs set to take New York’s artisan bakeries by storm | Mail Online. Expect this article to appear in tomorrow’s Daily Mail. Back in July 2011, I posted about the gourmet marshmallow food … Continue reading

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Good PR: Debenhams, moles, beauty spots

Debenhams’ PR team is ON IT yet again. The media is obsessed with Kelly Rowland’s moving beauty spot and… wait for it… “And now make-up counters have reported an 160 per cent increase in the number of requests for beauty … Continue reading

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Media news roundup: 30 June 2011

Bourne Ultimatum – mad mother-in-law’s email goes viral

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