was 24 percent higher in the Great Lakes than in samples they collected in the Southern Atlantic Ocean With a volume equal to 1.65 million Olympic swimming pools the Great Lakes are the largest group ... - Read More
to see eyes light up realizing that the very simple pleasures of food are chemistry A simple example is people love knowing what is happening with proteins when they are frying an egg They can ... - Read More
the texture that is firm and snappy to the bite and yet melts in the mouth The process also prevents “sugar bloom ” the unappetizing white film that coats the surface of chocolate that has ... - Read More
Agriculture is responsible for around ten to twelve percent of all greenhouse gases attributable to human activities This raises the question of how these emissions could be reduced A recent study has investigated for the ... - Read More
New York University physicists have developed a method for moving microscopic particles with the flick of a light switch Their work reported in the journal Science relies on a blue light to prompt colloids to ... - Read More
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