Gluten-free dieting, chemical-laden foods, and an ingredient more prone to obesity than sugar: We're busting away three trendy myths in food processing.
Have you ever wished you could hide under an invisibility cloak like Harry Potter or conceal your car with a Klingon cloaking device like in Star Trek? In a special bonus episode of Reactions, we celebrate the International Year of Light by exploring the science behind light, sight and invisibility.
This week we're looking at a bill that would allow the U.S. Postal Service to ship alcohol, new research on marijuana's ability to heal bones and at how Neil Young keeps on rockin' in the GMO world.
If you’re stumped in the wine aisle of the store, you’re not alone. Every bottle has unique nuances of taste and smell. How can something made of grapes smell buttery or taste like grass? Learn about the complex chemistry behind wine and then impress your friends at your next party thanks to Reactions.
Can these two start-ups change the auto industry by making a more affordable electric car battery?
This first installment to our new video series showcasing the latest news in the processing industries looks at GMO slamming, Blue Bell's comeback and soaring egg prices.
These tiny, little-known copepods appear to flash in and out of existence, and scientists are figuring out their trick. Their findings could inspire the next generation of reflective coatings and other optical technologies.
Red wine is full of antioxidants and some people have spent serious cash trying to harness the health benefits of these compounds by soaking in tubs full of vino. Speaking of Chemistry dips into wine science to find out if this unorthodox spa treatment is as wildly indulgent, and effective, as it sounds.
Foot odor might make you cringe with embarrassment in the airport security line, but chemistry can help you beat stinky feet. In this week’s Reactions video, we answer all your foot-focused questions and share some tips to stop the smell.
China has regained its status as the world’s largest importer of crude. Bloomberg’s David Ingles reports on “First Up.”
Lloyd's List Intelligence Head of Analysis Neil Atkinson discusses what a nuclear deal with Iran means for the supply and production of oil.
Researchers have discovered highly fluorinated chemicals in plastic wrap and food storage containers are actually linked to high blood pressure and diabetes in children. Now some in the manufacturing industry are looking to alternatives.
Royal Dutch Shell is about to start drilling in the Arctic Ocean, making it the lone oil company betting on what could be the last untapped oil reserves on Earth.
Hershey's Willy Wonka-esque laboratory is where every single product gets dreamed up. CNNMoney's Vanessa Yurkevich finds out what the chocolate giant is planning next.