Science Is Feeling Pretty in Pink! Learn About the World’s Oldest Color

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Scientists have uncovered a bright pink color that existed over 1.1 billion years ago. It is over 500 million years older than the previous record holder for the oldest color. Continue Reading

Mutant Enzymes Eating the World’s Plastic

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Scientists have accidentally hit a breakthrough in recycling by creating mutant enzymes that eat plastic bottles. These mutant enzymes enable the possibility of solving the global plastic pollution crisis by Continue Reading

Mealworms: The Plastic Pollution Solution?

Plastic, with its unstoppable pervasiveness and lack of biodegradability, has posed one of the most daunting threats to our modern ecosystem.

Real Life Application: Antibiotic-Free Meat

Separation sciences can be tough to grasp. The real-life impact isn’t always immediately obvious, and we’re often left wondering how it all affects our day-to-day. Real-Life Applications are here to show you some of the most prevalent ways chromatography makes life worth living.