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beer
Clinking your glass of beer often leaves its contents sloshing back and forth. Once the beer settles, however, you can take a sip without getting...
hope
An experimental cancer drug is showing significant promise for stopping melanoma, and possibly other forms of cancer, in its tracks. It may even be...
Bettinger lab
Electronic devices that go to work inside the body — like endoscopes and remote drug-delivery systems — need their own power supply, but batteries...
shampoo
Impossible, right? Not anymore, thanks to a group of researchers at the Ohio State University, who have found a way to create a texture inside...
Chemistry is cool
Dropping a mixture into some hydrogen peroxide produces a huge foamy flume. Turns out it's a great illustration of a key concept in chemistry. And it...
red sea urchin
Time takes its toll on us all and there's never been very much we can do about it. Now scientists are studying sea urchins to see if their...
orange juice
Do you have orange juice in the mornings? Ever take a swig right after you brushed your teeth? Yeah, it's pretty vile. But why? Reactions explains...
Enjoying a cup of coffee
What in the world does chemistry have to do with coffee? According to Reactions, the video series from the American Chemical Society that uncovers...
Chocolate bonbons/photo by MIT News
A theory and a simple fabrication technique derived by MIT engineers may help chocolate artisans create uniformly smooth shells and precisely tailor...
snacks
It turns out it might not be your lack of willpower that's to blame for snacking. Scientists at Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) say your brain...

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