Glow in the Dark Ice Cream is Created Using a Jellyfish Protein

By: Meghan Young - Published: Nov 5, 2013 • References: lickmeimdelicious & neatorama
There is something a bit fishy about the Glow in the Dark Ice Cream and it has everything to do with the fact that it can glow in the dark. Yet it is in the how and not the why that makes it so fishy. Ice cream has been essentially injected with a synthetic version of the luminescence protein from jellyfish, which was created by a scientist from China.

Conceived and concocted by Charlie Francis of the Lick Me, I'm Delicious, the Glow in the Dark Ice Cream was commissioned for a special Halloween celebration. Considering how unique and creative this frozen treat is, it should come as no surprise that the price tag is pretty expensive. At around £140 ($225), it better be good. Stats for Bioluminescence Frozen Treats Trending: Older & Warm
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