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In this episode, we break down the chemistry of cryogenic and reanimating a frozen corpse.
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The products we use every day leave behind chemical footprints. Learn how and why researchers are now studying those trails.
In the second edition of our accidental discoveries series, get to know the stories of how TNT, dynamite and air bags were discovered totally by accident.
Sophia Cai explains how scientists, regulators, and food makers are relying on chemistry to make sure consumers get what they pay for.
Sarah Everts explains why conservators are starting to sniff out the compounds emitted by museum art and artifacts.
Speaking of Chemistry set a course for JPL to learn about NASA’s plans for cubesats, little satellites with interplanetary aspirations.
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We're hitting the road in California. Check out our first stop at Carbon, a 3-D printing startup in Silicon Valley. Join us as we learn why Carbon believes it’s poised to kick off a new era of 3-D manufacturing.
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