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Ginger is a popular spice now a major part of Christmas tradition in the form of gingerbread. But what makes ginger flavour so pungent? Chemistry explains.
Kelsey MacDonald gives us an update on her most successful Season yet: 23 places on the ladies European tour, finishing 30th on the Order of Merit, giving her a great category to play in the limited field events in 2020!
As a highly flammable tasteless, colorless and odorless gas, hydrogen can be a huge cause of concern for many labs. For this reason, hydrogen generators have been replacing more traditional methods of hydrogen gas supply, providing a safer environment in the lab.
Season's Greetings from Peak Scientific. To celebrate the holiday season this year, we’re looking at the festive anecdote behind Rudolphomycin and the cyclic sugar called "Red Nose".
A research team from the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station has discovered a new species of Phytophora - or water mold - which is killing Fraser firs, a type of natural Christmas tree popular across North America and Europe.