The Science of Champagne Bubbles: The Pop Is Just the Start!

science behind champagne bubbles

It’s almost a new year and many of you will probably be popping some sparkling wine (or Champagne) and toasting it to friends and family. But before the clock strikes Continue Reading

Artificial Snow – The History, The Science, and DIY Tips

artifical snow

One of the greatest holiday movies, “It’s a Wonderful Life” brought more to the world than just an excellent performance by Jimmy Stewart. It introduced Hollywood to a new type Continue Reading

Thanksgiving Science – 5 Fun and Easy Activities to Do This Holiday

Thanksgiving Science Activities

It’s been said many times, but this year’s Thanksgiving is definitely going to be different from past years. So we wanted to bring a little bit of cheer to your Continue Reading

Wild Polio Eradicated in Africa Declared By World Health Organization

Africa eradicates wild polio

There is some good news in 2020! The World Health Organization (WHO) announced August 25th that Africa is free from wild polio, which leaves just two countries left where the Continue Reading

Will Remdesivir Be the Hope to Help Treat COVID-19?

Remdesivir

Guest Author – Grace Guo, Technical Specialist Remdesivir, a nucleoside analog investigation antiviral drug developed by Gilead Sciences, is being studied in several clinical trials as an experimental treatment for Continue Reading