Who leaked the secret recipe for Prussian blue?
How Johann Konrad Dippel almost ruined the Prussian blue business
Around 1700, Berlin was a colorful center of innovation – a scene that led to the discovery of the century: Prussian blue
The unpredictable properties of both crystalline forms of Fischer's hydrazone
The hypothetical science behind the transformation of Bruce Banner and his cousin into green superheroes
We go back to 1896 and look over Emil Fischer's shoulder as he determines the melting point of his capricious hydrazone
Case history 2: When hallucinogens become deadly
Forensic toxicology case history: Choose your pills wisely
A look behind the scenes at two cases that illustrate the different approaches used in forensic toxicology
How does the thermal printing process for receipts, parking tickets, and the like work?
Does Nature use only 20 amino acids?
How the experimental verification of the genetic code was accomplished
Countless scientists contributed to its clarification with brilliance, ingenuity, intuition, and luck
Useful science apps for smart glasses and challenges of their use in the lab
Latest research into laboratory applications for smart glasses
An inspirational example of not letting obstacles discourage you, but using them as stepping stones instead
Which food components might modify brain activity patterns and induce compulsive eating?
How food components interact with the GABA type A receptor and the search for neuroactive food ingredients
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1953 and Krebs' thoughts about life as a displaced person