The Langstroth Hive: a wooden box that made the industrialisation of the bee possible
Bonus 2: Octopus and camouflage
Episode 2 of our new podcast, 30 Animals That Made Us Smarter
Cellophane transformed how consumers purchased food, as well as how producers sold it
Bonus 3: Mosquito and surgical needle
Episode 3 of our new podcast: the blood-sucking pest and a pain-free surgical needle
The gyroscope: a remarkable device used to guide everything from submarines to satellites
Bonus 4: Woodpecker and black box
The last bonus ep of #30Animals. For more, search for 30 Animals That Made Us Smarter
From the early typewriters, the QWERTY keyboard layout has stood the test of time
Has the bicycle had its day, or is it a technology whose best years lie ahead?
Mail order catalogue
How the Montgomery Ward shopping catalogue transformed the middle-class way of life
The humble brick has housed us for thousands of years - will it endure?
How a grid on a computer screen gives us a glimpse of the future of automation
Could recycling save cash, as well as the planet?
Did pornography help develop the internet?
Feeding a hungry world – how Norman Borlaug used genetics to tackle predicted famines
Are we addicted to getting 'likes' on social media?
Is the pencil underrated?
How powerful could the technology behind Bitcoin be?
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