Could Coffee Cause Cancer? California Warning Labels Suggests It Can

Acrylamide

Over a 150 million Americans drink on average 3.2 cups of coffee a days, resulting in over 400 million cups of coffee per day, making the United States the leading Continue Reading

Sugar Intake and Cocaine Addiction—Are They Equally Dangerous?

Cocaine Addiction

Some researchers have claimed that sugar should be considered an addictive substance, and could even be equal with abusive drugs, like cocaine addiction. Cardiovascular research scientists James J DiNicolantonio and Continue Reading

Cheers, Tears, and a Whole Lot of Hot Wings!

Chicken Wings

Sunday is the Big Game! Super Bowl LII will be a standoff between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New English Patriots playing in the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Continue Reading

Sitting with Scientists: The GC Love Doctor-Ramkumar Dhandapani, Ph.D.

Sitting with scientists

All great love stories must start at the very beginning. And Ramkumar Dhandapani’s 15-year relationship with gas chromatography goes way back to his high school years in India. Ramkumar always Continue Reading

Performance Advantage of Core-Shell Technology To PAH Analysis-Part 3

PAH Method

Part 3: EU 15+1 PAH Method Guest Author: Jeff Layne, Ph.D. Welcome to the third and last part of my article series on PAH method analysis.  In the previous two articles, Continue Reading

Fish IQ: What Eating Fish Frequently Means for Your Health

Fish IQ

Fish brain might have been a school yard insult, but a new study just might be proving that having a fish IQ could be a compliment! Researchers from the University Continue Reading

Cold and Flu Season: What’s Hugging Got to Do With It?

Flu Season

Valentine’s Day is approaching, love is in the air, and recent freezing temperatures make for perfect cuddling conditions. How appropriate, then, that today—January 21—is National Hugging Day!

Performance Advantage of Core-shell Technology to PAH Analysis-Part 2

PAH Core-shell

Part 2: Optimizing EPA Method 610 Guest Author: Dr. Jeff Layne Welcome back! In the last article, we looked at the EPA method for the analysis of polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons—EPA Method Continue Reading