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Recommended Reading: The genetics of better beer

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Billy Steele
April 29, 2017
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You Want Better Beer?
Good. Here's a Better
Barley Genome

Adam Rogers,
Wired

The beer industry certainly isn't hurting for money these days, but a group of scientists are trying to figure out how to make the beverage even better. They're doing so by breaking down the genome of barley, a key ingredient in the brewing process that that turns starch into sugar for yeast to transform into alcohol during fermentation. Wired has the story of how the geneticists could be on the way to improving suds for all of us to enjoy.

What Makes Oddworld Tick
Richard Moss, Polygon

Lorne Lanning, creative director of Oddworld Inhabitants, offers a look into the Oddworld universe as he works on his latest title Soulstorm.

'Austin Powers' at 20: Mike Myers, Jay Roach, More Spill Secrets in Shagadelic Oral History
Ryan Parker, The Hollywood Reporter

Groovy, baby. Yeeeeeeah!

Bill Nye Saves the World from Disabled People
Crippled Scholar

Bill Nye's new Netflix series is here and the manner in which the show tackles the subject of so-called designer babies is rather troubling.

How to Detect Fake News in Real-Time
Krishna Bharat, NewCo Shift

Need to sharpen your fake news hunting skills? Here are some tips from a founder of Google News.

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