Professor A. Flint and K. Anscheit developed chemistry experiments for secondary school students using everyday objects
It took hundred of years and a long sequence of small advantages and missed opportunities to discover the importance of vitamin C
Uwe Freiherr von Lukas, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics, Rostock, talks about Germany's first science soap
The multi-award-winning TV series is demanding, exciting, amusing, often shocking, and made with great attention to chemistry details
A closer look at the chemical role hops play in the beer-brewing process shows how beer owes its marvelous flavor to a great deal of chemistry
What happens to alcohol after it has been consumed?
Tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world. Which countries grow and drink the most? And how do black and green teas differ?
What are GM Crops? What is their benefit? How are they made? What risks are there?
James Thermus Aquaticus, a Gram-negative thermophilic bacterium, talks about his involvement in the most important enzymes in molecular biology
Not only did the newly-elected Pope study chemical engineering, but the smoke that signals the decision involves some interesting chemistry