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What makes smoky, charred barbecue taste so good? The chemistry of...

Kristine Nolin, University of Richmond The mere thought of barbecue’s smokey scents and intoxicating flavors is enough to get...

The Southwest is on fire, iconic deserts and towns are at...

Molly Hunter, University of Arizona New Mexico and Arizona are facing a dangerously early fire season. It has left...

How a hurricane fueled wildfires in the Florida Panhandle

David Godwin, University of Florida The wildfires that broke out in the Florida Panhandle in early March 2022 were...

How do fireworks work? A pyrotechnics chemist explains the science behind...

Paul E. Smith, Purdue University For many people around the world, the very first moments of the new year...

Why do frozen turkeys explode when deep-fried?

Kristine Nolin, University of Richmond Deep-frying a turkey is a great way to get a delicious, moist meal for...

10 fire safety tips to help keep you and your kids...

Mark R Lambert, West Virginia University Too many people are losing their lives in fires. Although...

Early humans used fire to permanently change the landscape tens of...

Jessica Thompson, Yale University; David K. Wright, University of Oslo, and Sarah Ivory, Penn State Fields of rust-colored soil,...

Wildfires are contaminating drinking water systems, and it’s more widespread than...

Andrew J. Whelton, Purdue University More than 58,000 fires scorched the United States last year, and 2021 is on...

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Cutler J Cleveland, Boston University; Alicia Zhang, Boston University; Jacqueline Ashmore, Boston University, and Taylor Dudley, Boston University Back in in 2018 – in the...