‘Nets Against Deadly Jellyfish’, ‘Five Times More Jellyfish Now than Before’ – the headlines paint a worrying picture. Jellyfish, it’s being suggested, are dangerous monsters who’ve become a veritable threat to mankind. But is this really the case?
The materials of the future are supposed to secure the future of our planet. This is how high the stakes are set within the world of developing new materials, an undertaking with which both renowned research institutes and large corporations are concerned.
There are currently almost seven billion mobile phones in use worldwide, some 700 million in Europe alone. And yet is the radiation emanating from these devices not perhaps far more dangerous than the manufacturers and distributors would have us believe?