We are farming insects and we’re grinding them right into a great powder and we’re combining it with locally suitable flour to generate what we call power flour, explained Ashour to CBC News. It really is essentially flour that’s fortified with proteins and iron acquired from locally appropriate insects. There really is not a ‘yuck’ factor. For instance, in Mexico, we’d move with the grasshopper. In Ghana, we’d proceed with the palm weevil.Adelphi Technology Inc. Of San Carlos, Calif., designed and demonstrated the microscope with the help of NIST scientists, who use multiple lenses to target neutron beams for other research routinely. Related StoriesNew Endoscopic TechniquePark Systems announces innovations in bio cell analysis with the release of Recreation area NX-BioMultimodality at the Center for Advanced Biomedical Imaging: an interview with Professor Mark Lythgoe, UCLIn basic principle, neutrons could offer better image resolution than visible light because they have shorter wavelengths—as brief as 1 nanometer in comparison to 400-700 nm. In this demonstration at NIST’s Center for Neutron Research, the microscope produced an answer of only 0.5 millimeters and a magnification of about 10.