Breakthrough in Glowing Pig ResearchTaiwan has produced glow-in-the-dark pigs. With green skin and internal organs. Other researchers have apparently produced partially-glowing pigs, but these are the first ones to glow all the way through. Jellyfish DNA was used. They hope to breed them with conventional pigs, creating a new generation of glowing pigs.
But what are the civilian applications? I'd suggest that energy can be saved on refrigerator lighting by simply keeping a few packets of glowing bacon around. These pigs may avert global climatic disaster!
And in separate transgenic pig news, a Canadian company has trademarked the 'EnviroPig'. My spell-check doesn't think that's a word, but Google does (it suggests it as a spelling correction).