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October 8, 2010


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Let’s Have A Toast To Our Top 6 Alcohol Related Stories!

A Moment of Science answers your questions about creating, mixing and drinking alcohol.

August 2, 2010


A bowl of vanilla and strawberry ice cream

Glycoproteins, Xylomannan, And Bug Protein In Your Ice Cream

Did you know that scientists are studying how bugs survive in harsh, frozen environments to learn how to keep our ice cream cold?

April 2, 2010


This structure represents a dehydrogenase enzyme from the bacteria Colwellia psychrerythraea. The enzyme is capable of generating harmful reactive oxygen species and has been implicated in neurodegeneration, ischemia-reperfusion, cancer and several other disorders.

Your Genetic Cookbook: How Cells And Viruses Work

Have you ever gotten a virus and wondered how your body was fighting it off?

January 28, 2010



What Beer Does To Your Brain

What exactly happens to your body after you have a glass of beer?

October 19, 2009


Freeze Fast Vs. Slow

Freeze! Fast Vs. Slow

Ever wonder how to get the best tasting frozen veggies?

October 9, 2009


Mircosope image of small cell carcinoma

Evolving Toward Cancer

Have humans evolved to be at risk for diseases like cancer?

September 8, 2009


Colorful backyard garden

How To Defend Your Gardens From Frostbite: Antifreeze For Plants

If you enjoy gardening, you know how much it can cost to keep your plants alive. You also know how frustrating it is when an unexpected frost destroys them.

June 12, 2009


Sunbathers on a dock next to Mediterranean Sea

Pump-faked By Sunburn

Have you ever been pump-faked by a sunburn? Learn about the skin and redness on this Moment of Science.

April 29, 2009


Magnified chloroplast cells

Solar-powered Sea Slugs

Chloroplasts should not be able to work once they are removed from algal cells because those cells contain proteins that control their operation.

April 28, 2009


Purple pipe organ sponges

Terminator Sponges

Learn about Terminator Sponges on this Moment of Science.

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