ICYMI: Moon Seeds, Helium Shortage, Organ Transplants & More

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A lot happened over the last few days — here's your Monday recap of all the wild stories you may have missed this weekend.


  • Seeds launching to the moon in 2025 will test plant resilience. Yes, we'll finally have that moon garden we've always wanted — Learn more
  • Speaking of the moon: Japanese lunar company ispace aims to launch first cargo mission to the moon next month to supply the likes of companies like SpaceX and governments by deliveries rovers and more — Launch this story
  • 'The World is Running Out of Helium, Worrying Doctors' which helps explain why the world is getting less and less funny everyday — Laugh on
  • Record labels say AI music generators threaten music industry and the artists whose music is training said AI are not too happy about it either — Face the music
  • The cutting-edge cellular therapies aiming to ease America's organ shortage, meaning one day, a complicated organ transplant could become a simple outpatient procedure — See how they're innovating


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  • Get the perfect gift for the gym rat in your life with the help of our guide to the best health and fitness gifts for any kind (and level) of athlete —Check it out now
  • Easily match with a licensed therapist to fit your needs with BetterHelp, and take your sessions via video or call from home —Start today and take 25% off your first month
  • Want to get someone the gift of a state-of-the-art tablet without breaking the bank? We have the perfect tablet for you — Take a look here


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