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How active are the microorganisms in your yogurt? We created a...

Carlos D. Garcia, Clemson University and George Chumanov, Clemson University Humans have been fermenting food and drinks — everything...

Chlorine is a highly useful chemical that’s also extremely dangerous −...

Aliasger K. Salem, University of Iowa Many people encounter chlorine in their daily lives, whether it’s as an ingredient...

Thank gluten’s complex chemistry for your light, fluffy baked goods

Kristine Nolin, University of Richmond Within the bread, rolls and baked goods on many tables this holiday season is...

Thanksgiving sides are delicious and can be nutritious − here’s the...

Julie Pollock, University of Richmond While people usually think first about the turkey or the ham during holiday meals,...

How animals get their skin patterns is a matter of physics...

Ankur Gupta, University of Colorado Boulder Patterns on animal skin, such as zebra stripes and poison frog color patches,...

Asteroids in the solar system could contain undiscovered, superheavy elements

Johann Rafelski, University of Arizona For centuries, the quest for new elements was a driving force in many scientific...

New class of recyclable polymer materials could one day help reduce...

Katherine Harry, Colorado State University and Emma Rettner, Colorado State University Hundreds of millions of tons of single-use plastic...

Rancid food smells and tastes gross − AI tools may help...

Carlos D. Garcia, Clemson University and Lucas de Brito Ayres, Clemson University Have you ever bitten into a nut...

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