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Blog entry on cooking the perfect egg with using the sous vide technique.
This site gives a brief but detailed description of how a microwave oven cooks food.
A discussion of Big Bang models and nucleosynthesis.
Information on this molecular gastronomy technique which allows chefs to create jelly like spheres of food.
A comprehensive guide to nanotechnology, covering nanoparticles, nanotubes and nanomaterials. Lots of information on its applications, from textiles to food and drink.
An experiment from our Physics To Go series about density. All you need is a pint glass, lager or other fizzy drink, vegetable oil, food colouring, Alka-Seltzer tablet, salt and a stirrer.
A Marvin and Milo activity about pressure. All you need is a bendy straw, water, two small flat bowls and food colouring.
A Marvin and Milo activity about capillary action. All you need is a white flower, vase, water, food colour and scissors.
A Marvin and Milo activity about convection. All you need is a red food colouring, 2 plastic drinks bottles, cold and warm water, piece of card and a sink.
Researchers are looking at how sound bounces of bubbles in beer. This can tell them how the fluid is moving around the bubbles and has consequences for studying volcanic eruptions or monitoring food ...
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