Who Needs Nets or Fishing Rods with These Birds?
The Science behind Erasable Ink
The Troubling History of Treadmills
Food is essential to life, but it can also be surprisingly divisive. We look at a variety of eating choices in the May issue of Analytical English . Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day, and we look at the different places where teenagers like to fill their bellies in “High School Students’ Breakfast Choices.” If you like eggs in the morning, you might be interested in “No-Kill Eggs Hit Shelves in Germany.” Elsewhere in Europe, we take a look at the birthplace of a particularly odorous food that people seem to either love or hate in “The Cheese That Broke the Mold.”
Perhaps you’re more interested in how food is sourced than in what you eat. In that case, have a look at “Who Needs Nets or Fishing Rods with These Birds?” for a glimpse at a unique form of fishing. May’s Analytical English might leave you hungry, so make sure you have the snacks handy before you dive in.