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Assignment Help In Australia Give all your Biology assignment help online queries a strategic direction by diverting your problems to My Assignment Services. Our experts providing you with the best Biology assignment help Australia are capable of assisting with the terms and terminologies such as Ribosomes, RNA, Lysosomes. Chloroplasts, Vacuoles, Endoplasmic Reticulum, and much more. We have more than 400 Biology assignment help experts who are there with us and have more than 12 experience in the corresponding discipline. By choosing our assignment help experts, you get a chance to prepare a 100% original and plagiarism
Stereo Chemistry Stereo Chemistry shares voices and stories from the world of chemistry. The show is created by the reporters and editors at Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), an independent news outlet published by the American Chemical Society.
Dust Safety Science: Improving Combustible Dust Safety in the Workplace Dust Safety Science is a podcast focused on improving awareness, knowledge, connection, and change around workplace safety in industries manufacturing or handling combustible dusts.
Chemistry For Your Life A podcast that helps you understand the fascinating chemistry hidden in your everyday life.

Have you ever wondered why onions make you cry? Or how soap gets your hands clean? What really is margarine, or why do trees change colors in the fall? Melissa is a chemist, and to answer these questions she started a podcast, called Chemistry for your life!

In each episode Melissa explains the chemistry behind one of life’s mysteries to Jam, who is definitely not a chemist, but she explains it in a way that is easy to understand, and totally fascinating.

If you’re someone who loves learning new things, or who wonders about the way the world works, then give us a listen.
The Eco Well podcast In this show, Jen Novakovich, Canadian cosmetic chemist from The Eco Well, interviews international cosmetic scientists and industry leaders to bring you a fresh new conversation a week about all things beauty!
Chemistry is everywhere A podcast about chemistry in our daily lives and in the world around us
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‎Science History Podcast Monthly interviews on important moments in the history of science.

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It's a Material World "It's a Material World" is a podcast that uncovers why materials science will change the world. We explore how materials are engineered to make an impact all around you and how they will play an even bigger role in your future. We also invite experts onto the show to share high-level insights on how MSE can make a difference in nearly any industry. The field of materials science and engineering is new and exciting, so hop on board now and you won't get left behind.

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Best of STEAM Powered Voices Michele Ong, host of STEAM Powered, is proud to present the Best of STEAM Powered Voices, with fascinating and insightful content from our guests and other brilliant speakers in the extended Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics, and Medical community. STEAM Powered
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The Human Body Listen to some of the best podcasts about anatomy and physiology here! Explore podcasts about how the human brain functions, the sensory organs, diseases, and much more. Vurbl Scientific Stories, News and Lessons
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DSS219: Current Status of Combustible Dust Safety in Belgium & Example Case Studies with Michel Vandeweyer – Part 1 Michel Vandeweyer, Explosion Safety Consultant from ISMA, discusses the current status of combustible dust safety in Belgium, providing some example case studies.
DSS220: Current Status of Combustible Dust Safety in Belgium & Example Case Studies with Michel Vandeweyer – Part 2 Using example case studies, Michel Vandeweyer, Explosion Safety Consultant for ISMA, discusses the current regulations regarding combustible dust in Belgium.
Episode 65. Ideology & Science: Lee Jussim Any intellectual endeavor runs the risk of bias. Today we explore ways in which political ideology interferes with scholarship, particularly in the social sciences, with a focus on social psychology. My guest is Lee Jussim, a distinguished professor of social psychology and the leader of the Social Perception Laboratory at Rutgers University. Lee is a prolific author and studies stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination; political radicalization; and other problems that impede science and society. Lee's books include Social Perception and Social Reality, which received the American Association of Publishers award for best book in psychology, as well as the edited volumes The Social Psychology of Morality, The Politics of Social Psychology, and Research Integrity. Lee is also a founding member of the Heterodox Academy, the Academic Freedom Alliance, and the Society for Open Inquiry in the Behavioral Sciences.
Corporate Sustainability – is it actually helping? Feat Dr. Mark Trexler This week, we covered the topic of corporate sustainability management and reporting through the lens of… is this actually going to help combat climate change? From measuring greenhouse gases to carbon offsetting, is current corporate sustainability and policy pointing us in the right direction? Or is there potential for it to do more harm than good? Joining me for this conversation is Dr. Mark Trexler from The Climatographers. Enjoy! Interested in supporting the podcast? Please subscribe and write a review. If it's accessible, we also have a Patreon page. Find us at www.patreon.com/theecowell. Massive thank you to all of our Patreon supporters for helping make this podcast possible!
Sustainability Challenges & Opportunities for the Cosmetics Sector, Roundtable. This episode featured the closing panel for our Sustainable Beauty E-Summit that happened back in January on Sustainability Challenges and Opportunities for the Cosmetics Sector. We came at the  topic of sustainability challenges and opportunities from a wide scope of expertise. Featuring Akemi Ooka, Ph.D., Head of Global Supply Chain and Sustainability Resources at the Independent Beauty Association, Mike Fevola, Ph.D., Vice President of R&D at Inolex, and Mark Trexler, Ph.D., director at The Climatographers. Enjoy! Interested in supporting the podcast? Find us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/theecowell
How do smoke alarms detect smoke? (part 2) Brand New Merch Available Now! -> chemforyourlife.comShirts, sweatshirts, totes, kids apparel, and more!————————————————————#157Part Two: When smoke alarms aren't beeping at us to replace their batteries, they are sitting, watching, waiting for the perfect moment, waiting for smoke to happen so they can alert us that a fire may be happening. But how on earth do they detect the presence of smoke? How do they only react to smoke and nothing else? What is going on inside of our little circular, protective friends? Let's find out.References from this episode
https://www.nfpa.org/Public-Education/Staying-safe/Safety-equipment/Smoke-alarms/Ionization-vs-photoelectric
https://www.nfpa.org/-/media/Files/Public-Education/By-topic/Smoke-alarms/Photoelectric-smoke-alarm-chart.ashx
https://www.epa.gov/radtown/americium-ionization-smoke-detectors
https://dps.mn.gov/divisions/sfm/programs-services/Documents/Sprinkler%20Applications/HowSprinklersWork.pdf
https://www.nist.gov/how-do-you-measure-it/how-do-smoke-detectors-work#:~:text=Smoke%20alarms%20detect%20fires%20by,to%20safety%20and%20call%20911.
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What is silver tarnish? Brand New Merch Available Now! -> chemforyourlife.comShirts, sweatshirts, totes, kids apparel, and more!————————————————————#073 RebroadcastWell if you haven't experienced silver tarnish yourself, then you've almost certainly heard people complain about it. Can anything last? These sparkly treasures we collect and cherish, are they but temporary sparkles, doomed to a fate of tarnish? Or is there a way out? Also what is tarnish? Thankfully in this case, these philosophical questions actually have a chemistry explanation. So let's get into it.References from this episode
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https://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdf/10.1021/ed077p328A#:~:text=In%20air%2C%20a%20silver%20object,(1).
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The Industry of Misinformation with Tim Caulfield This episode featured a conversation with Tim Caulfield, Canadian sci-comm treasure, prof at the University of Alberta, and author of books like Is Gwenyth Paltrow Wrong about everything? A few months ago Tim participated in a “clean” beauty debate – he was anti-clean, against someone else who was pro-clean… In this episode, Tim and I talked about his experience in the debate, his thoughts on why misinformation gains the traction it does, and tips to decipher fact from fiction. Interested in supporting the podcast? Please subscribe and write a review. If it's accessible, we also have a Patreon page. Find us at www.patreon.com/theecowell. Massive thank you to all of our Patreon supporters for helping make this podcast possible!
DSS218: How are North America & Europe Different in Regards to Combustible Dust with Brian Edwards and Dilip Arulappan Brian Edwards, Explosion Protection Consultancy Manager at Fike and Dilip Arulappan, Explosion Safety Consultant for Fike Europe discuss how North America and Europe differ in regards to combustible dust.
The age of the earth Chemistry uses radiometric dating to calculate the age of the materials the earth is made of.
C&EN Uncovered: Lithium iron phosphate comes to North America Lithium iron phosphate (LFP) batteries are cheaper, safer, and longer lasting than batteries made with nickel- and cobalt-based cathodes. In China, the streets are full of electric vehicles using this technology. But LFP never caught on as a chemistry for electric vehicle batteries in North America. In this episode, C&EN reporters Craig Bettenhausen and Matt Blois talk about the promise and risks of bringing lithium iron phosphate to a North American market.C&EN Uncovered, a new project from C&EN’s podcast, Stereo Chemistry, offers another look at subjects from recent cover stories. Read Blois’s Jan. 30, 2023, cover story about lithium iron phosphate at http://bit.ly/3nbMkpK. A transcript of this episode is available at https://bit.ly/3lzGtKy. CreditsExecutive producer: Kerri JansenC&EN Uncovered host: Craig BettenhausenCover story reporter: Matt Blois Audio editor: Mark Feuer DiTusaStory editor: Michael McCoyCopyeditor: Sabrina AshwellShow logo design: William A. LudwigEpisode artwork: David Girai PhotographyMusic: “Hot Chocolate” by Aves Contact Stereo Chemistry: Tweet at us @cenmag or email [email protected].
AMA with cosmetic chemists, featuring Javon Ford Our latest episode featured Javon Ford – fellow cosmetic chemist and beauty scicommer – in an AMA style interview. You guys sent in questions, we tried our best to answer! From bunk marketing claims to how to become a cosmetic chemist, we covered a lot! Hope you enjoy the convo as much as I did.  Interested in supporting the podcast? Please subscribe and write a review. If it's accessible, we also have a Patreon page. Find us at www.patreon.com/theecowell. Massive thank you to all of our Patreon supporters for helping make this podcast possible!
Vivek Polshettiwar – Catalyst for change Professor Polshettiwar is based at the Prestigious Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) (https://www.tifr.res.in). Prof Polshettiwar was educated at a number of institutions across India, before he moved to France, the United States, and Saudi Arabia. In 2013 he joined the TIFR.Prof Vivek is a Leading researcher in a nanotechnology. He runs a nano-catalysis Laboratory in TIFR, integrated into the Division of Chemical Sciences (DCS). He uses principles of nanochemistry to make new materials which have widespread applications.Prof Vivek has published many papers in international journals. His NANOCAT group (https://www.nanocat.co.in/ ) works on CO2 capture and conversion to tackle climate change through the development of novel nanomaterials for catalysis and solar energy harvestingProf. Vivek is a Fellow of the royal society of chemistry, UK. He has been rewarded an “Asian Rising Stars” at 15th Asian Chemical Congress (ACC), Singapore, by Nobel Laureate Professor Ei-ichi Negish . He has been recently awarded the 2022 IUPAC-CHEMRAWN VII Prize for Green Chemistry in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the field of green chemistry. Terms usedIf you’re not familiar with some of the terms used in this discussion – some key ones are described here for your reference:Artificial photosynthesis – A human-designed process that creates energy from Co2, water and sunlight, mimicking the same process which occurs naturally in plants.Catalysis – Increasing the rate of a chemical reaction by adding a catalyst.CO2 – Carbon Dioxide, one of the major greenhouse gases, and one of the molecules used by plants to create energy from photosynthesis.Nano chemistry – Chemical process that rely on one or more component in a particle between 1 to 100 nm in diameter.Solar photons – Particles of light emitted from the Sun.Green Hydrogen – Hydrogen (H2) gener by renewable energy sources, or using low-carbon power.Electrochemical water splitting – Splitting water molecules into component Hydrogen (H2) and Oxygen (O2) molecules by passing an electric current through the water.Silica support – A (largely) non-reactive physical support medium for less robust chemically active compounds.Urea – A chemical compound with the formula CO(NH2)2. Although useful in a wide range of industrial processes, 90% of global urea production goes into fertilizers. Our theme music is "Wholesome" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)Music from https://filmmusic.ioLicense: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Connect with me (Paul) at https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulorange/H.E.L. group can be found at www.helgroup.com online,on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/hel-group/ on Twitter, we're @hel_group, https://twitter.com/hel_groupor search for us on Facebook
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99: The State of MSE: The CHIPS and Science Act (ft. Dr. Ming Zhang) Watch the full video here:
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?Are you an MSE interested in landing a semiconductor-based job? Do you want to hear how the field may develop over the next five years? Are you curious about the steps that the United States is taking to increase domestic semiconductor manufacturing capabilities? 
 
?This new episode type, with the title “The State of MSE,” is centered around topical, present-day events that have large implications for materials science & engineering. 
 
?In this episode, we welcome Dr. Ming Zhang, an expert electrical engineer with nearly 20 years of experience in the semiconductor industry. Ming has worked as an engineer at Synopsys, Intel and Samsung Foundry. 
 
?Together, we explore the definition, expectations, and possible effectiveness of the CHIPS and Science Act. Specifically, we discuss: 
 
?️What the CHIPS act entails for semiconductors made in the United States.
?The new actions the CHIPS act prompts large companies and start-ups to take. 
?️ How current semiconductor-based research will be affected by the CHIPS act. 
?Advice for current MSE students about how to score a semiconductor-based job. 
?And much more! 



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Bonus: Why do cucumbers upset people's stomachs? (and other questions) Bonus Episode: Question and Response 41In this month's bonus episode, Melissa and Jam respond to comments and questions about glass cookware, freezing point depression, digesting cucumbers, pasta staining Tupperware, hotdogs being sandwiches, and more!References from this episode:https://www.acs.org/molecule-of-the-week/archive/c/cucurbitacins.html#:~:text=Cucurbitacins%20are%20tetracyclic%20terpenes%20with%2Cemetics%2C%20narcotics%2C%20and%20antimalarialsThanks to our monthly supporters

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Episode 64. Environmental Diplomacy: Mark Lytle The world's environmental problems demand solutions for the common good, which in turn necessitate environmental diplomacy. With us to untangle the messy history of environmental diplomacy is Mark Lytle. In addition to his long tenure as a professor at Bard College, Mark has taught at Yale, Vassar, and University College Dublin. Mark's books include The Origins of the Iranian-American Alliance, 1941-1953, America’s Uncivil Wars: The Sixties Era from Elvis to the Fall of Richard Nixon, The Gentle Subversive: Rachel Carson, Silent Spring, and the Rise of the Environmental Movement, and The All-Consuming Nation: Pursuing the American Dream Since World War II.
Chemistry, Computers, and Humans Visit https://www.thermofisher.com/chemistry-podcast/ to access the extended video version of this episode and the guest content sheet, which contains links to recent publications and additional content recommendations for our guest. You can also access the extended video version of this episode via our YouTube channel to hear, and see, more of the conversation!Visit https://thermofisher.com/bctl  and use the code Chem2Life to register for your free Bringing Chemistry to Life T-shirt during March 2023. This started with a TV in the background showing Brazil playing Croatia in the World Cup quarter-finals, and ended with Brazil’s surprising defeat, to the dismay of our guest, Brazil-born Gabe Gomes. In the middle, the most approachable conversation you’ll ever hear about computational chemistry.Gabe tries to solve real world problems using computers and it’s almost a paradox that such an extroverted, fun guy, in love with music and speaking so much about people, ends up investing his life in machine learning algorithms. Yet it takes courage, creativity, and daring to go in new directions and seek the next big problem at the interface of scientific disciplines.Chemistry is a complex multivariate problem and resolving this complexity is the key to the fundamental understanding we need to advance the discipline. Gabe is a wonderful chaperone in our journey to discover how automation and optimization can be used not to replace chemists, but to free them to apply their skills where in matters most. Gabe is the living demonstration that computers and humans can be part of the same discourse.
A USA Regulation 101 with Karen Yarussi-King For this week's episode, we take a deep dive into regulations that impact the cosmetics industry, with a focus on the USA market and the many misconceptions people have about it. Are products sold in the EU actually safer than those in the USA? Spoiler alert, the answer is no, and in this conversation, we dive into the why that’s the case.  IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER – THIS PODCAST WAS RECORDED BEFORE MOCRA. THE FDA NOW HAS RECALL AUTHORITY.   Interested in supporting the podcast? Find us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/theecowell
Chemistry of earth and life This season is about about the chemistry that lead to the formation of our planet and the origin of life and the elements.
DSS217: Understanding Audit Processes for Combustible Dust With Bill Laturnus Bill Laturnus, Manufacturing Senior Safety Advisor with BC Forest Safety Council, explains the audit processes for combustible dust.
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98: Revolutionizing Semiconductor Manufacturing with “Bottom-Up” AM (ft. Dr. Ahmed Busnaina) Watch the full video here:
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Fast-hitting chip shortages have a plethora of causes, many of which could be alleviated by drastically reducing semiconductor manufacturing prices. Current manufacturing techniques entail a repeating cycle of material deposition and the etching away of excess material, which can quickly rack up cost and energy requirements. Today’s guest is looking to flip current semiconductor manufacturing processes on its head. 
 
In today’s episode, we welcome Dr. Ahmed Busnaina, an expert in all things semiconductor. He is a long-serving professor who founded Nano OPS, Inc., a new company focusing on printed micro-and nano-electronic devices. With him, we discuss: 
 
?️How he tailored his career path from academia to industry to founding Nano OPS. 
?How he is working to improve upon current semiconductor manufacturing processes with his “bottom-up” approach.
?️How much smaller current semiconductors can physically get. 
?Advice for students that are interested in a career in semiconductors or electronics, such as classes to take, habits to build, or technologies to research. 
?And much more! 
 
Learn more about our MSE Career Development Online Course, which includes more industry-specific information and advice.
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Join our Discord community! You can meet other passionate materials scientists and engineers from around the world, discuss the latest breakthroughs in MSE, share materials-related memes, and get career advice from experts in the field. 
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Check out our MSE-themed merchandise if you want to support us or simply show off your love of materials science!
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For shorter segments and full video podcasts, subscribe to our channel on YouTube. For bloopers, audiograms, and interesting materials science articles, follow us on Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Feel free to message us on our social media platforms if you have any feedback or recommendations for future episodes, or email us directly at [email protected]. Finally, reach out to David Yeh and Punith Upadhya on LinkedIn if you'd like to chat about the latest breakthroughs in MSE!
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5 in 30 (Mushrooms, chemical warfare, and machine learning) We look at 5 recent publications in the field of toxicology.Palm, E. et al.  Machine learning for absolute quantification of unidentified compounds in non-targeted LC/HRMS. (2022) Molecules, https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules27031013.Bishop-Freeman, S. et al.  Melatonin supplementation in undetermined pediatric deaths. (2022) Journal of Analytical Toxicology,  https://doi.org/10.1093/jat/bkac033.Flament, E. et al. Determination of orellanine in human biological matrices using liquid chromatograph with high-resolution mass spectrometry detection: A validated method applied to suspected poisoning cases. (2023) Journal of Analytical Toxicology,  https://doi.org/10.1093/jat/bkac018Wang, Y. et al.  Operation of the anti-doping laboratory for the Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. (2022) Drug Testing and Analysis, DOI: 10.1002/dta.3384. Otsuka, M. et al.  Analysis of degradation products of Novichok agents in human urine by hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. (2022) Forensic Toxicology,  https://doi.org/10.1007/s11419-022-00656-4.Contact us at [email protected] out more about TIAFT at www.tiaft.orgThe Toxpod is a production of The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists. The opinions expressed by the hosts are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of TIAFT.
97: #1067 Apple Cider Vinegar Rinse Molly and Megan talk about Colonial's very own Apple Cider Vinegar Rinse formulation that cleanses and conditions without stripping away natural oils. Megan talks about her own very personal experience with this product and Molly does a deep dive into how it all comes together. *Spoiler* Listen to the end to hear about what kind of apples are used in this hair rinse!
How do smoke alarms detect smoke? (part 1) #156When smoke alarms aren't beeping at us to replace their batteries, they are sitting, watching, waiting for the perfect moment, waiting for smoke to happen so they can alert us that a fire may be happening. But how on earth do they detect the presence of smoke? How do they only react to smoke and nothing else? What is going on inside of our little circular, protective friends? Let's find out.References from this episode
https://www.nist.gov/how-do-you-measure-it/how-do-smoke-detectors-work#:~:text=Smoke%20alarms%20detect%20fires%20by,to%20safety%20and%20call%20911.
https://www.compoundchem.com/2019/11/20/iypt095-americium/
https://cen.acs.org/materials/Chemistry-Pictures-Americium-beautiful/99/web/2021/07
https://www.epa.gov/radtown/americium-ionization-smoke-detectors
https://www.nfpa.org/Public-Education/Staying-safe/Safety-equipment/Smoke-alarms/Ionization-vs-photoelectric
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LIVE Beauty Sci-Commer Panel, Brought to you by the IBA This was a live panel discussion in LA, hosted by the Independent Beauty Association and moderated by yours truly, about science communication in the cosmetics space. In conversation with Esther Olu (@themelaninchemist), Gloria Lu and Victoria Fu (@chemist.confessions), and Valerie George (Co-host of The Beauty Brains Podcast, @cosmetic_chemist). Extra shout out to the Gold sponsor for this event, Federal Package, Silver sponsors, Prestige Testing, CIS (insurance), NYSCC Suppliers Day, and other event sponsors, Gordon Labs, Coptis, Croda, and Beauty Matter.  Interested in supporting The Eco Well Podcast? Find us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/theecowell
DSS216: Looking Out For Fake ATEX Products & Certificates with Terry McDonald Terry McDonald, Sales & Business Development Manager with Thorne and Derrick, warns companies how they can look out for fake ATEX products and certificates.
 
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97: From The Mandalorian’s Beskar to Thor’s Hammer: MSE in Pop Culture (ft. Dr Suveen Mathaudhu) In today’s episode, we welcome Dr Suveen Mathaudhu,  an expert metallurgist with nearly 20 years of metals processing experience. With him, we discuss: 
 
?️An important material in the show is beskar, which is described as a super-strong and lightweight metal for armor or weapons. Describe the other ties that beskar has to historic real-life materials (cultural, scientific, etc.)?  
?️Break down how these three aspects:(1) difficulty in processing such a strong material, (2) the idea that  a pure metal is stronger than an alloy, and (3) its resistance to lightsabers & blaster bolts, could be explained using materials science.
?What sort of impact The Armorer character will have in both media and STEM itself?
?Advice for students that want to improve their ability to use pop culture to disseminate / teach materials science to diverse crowds.
?And much more! 



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Baking soda and baking powder: What's the difference? #009 RebroadcastBaking powder? Baking soda? I mean they're both white powders with the word "baking" in it. How different could they be? Well, one can cause miniature kitchen volcanos and the other does what? Listen this week as Melissa and Jam talk about acids, bases, baking soda, baking powder, and how they can make all the difference in your busy life as a single parent of three.Thanks to our monthly supporters

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INCI: What it all means, with Mindy Goldstein Ph.D. This week, we dive into the nitty gritty of INCI. Perhaps one of those topics that don’t seem like there’s anything to it, but scratch the surface just a little? There absolutely is. From how the INCI standard got started, the process of getting an INCI name to common misconceptions. How much can an ingredient list really tell you? Does getting an INCI designation mean that an ingredient has been approved as safe? Joining me to unpack the topic is Dr. Mindy Goldstein, previous president of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists, recent recipient of the Florence Wall Women in Cosmetic Chemistry Award & member of the INCI nomenclature committee – the group responsible for giving ingredients INCI’s. Enjoy! Interested in supporting the podcast? Please subscribe and write a review. If it's accessible, we also have a Patreon page. Find us at www.patreon.com/theecowell. Massive thank you to all of our Patreon supporters for helping make this podcast possible!
DSS215: Incident Update – 2021 Coal Dust Explosion in Baltimore, Maryland (Revisited) This episode revisits the December 30, 2021 coal dust explosion in Baltimore, Maryland, using information submitted by a newsletter subscriber.
96: Day in the Life of an MSE in Industry It’s been really fun getting the chance to interact with MSEs from around the world, so we just wanted to thank you all for listening to this podcast and joining us as we uncover the unique ways materials science makes an impact all around us. In our fifth edition of Q&A, we will answer questions like:
 
?️What continues to be exciting in both of your jobs? What do you most look forward to during the average work day?
?️How much of what you learned while obtaining your MSE degree do you apply on a daily basis at work? How much of your job uses skills you gained outside of school?
?What have you observed about MSE’s in more senior roles? Does higher seniority come with more science-focused work or less? 
? And much more! 
 
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How does baking soda eliminate odors? #155So baking soda, do you bake it? Can you drink it? What's the deal? And specifically for the purposes of this episode, how does it eliminate odors? You may have heard of the idea of placing baking soda in your fridge to eliminate lingering odors, does that work? If so how? Let's bake this soda.References from this episode
https://axial.acs.org/2018/08/03/the-science-of-baking-soda/
https://youtu.be/85diRmuk-ow
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An Intimate Hygiene 101 w/ Dr Tanaya, AKA Dr. Cuterus Kicking off our first episode back for 2023 with a deep dive into intimate care and hygiene – a space gaining a lot of traction in the beauty industry. There are so many products launching of late to purportedly address all of your sexual wellness needs – from vulvar washes to enlargening breast creams. To give us a lay of the land, I was joined by Dr. Tanaya, aka Dr. Cuterus. Enjoy! Interested in supporting the podcast? Please subscribe and write a review. If it's accessible, we also have a Patreon page. Find us at www.patreon.com/theecowell. Massive thank you to all of our Patreon supporters for helping make this podcast possible!
The Father of Green Chemistry Visit https://www.thermofisher.com/chemistry-podcast/ to access the extended video version of this episode and the episode summary sheet, which contains links to recent publications and additional content recommendations for our guest. You can also access the extended video version of this episode via our YouTube channel to hear, and see, more of the conversation!Visit https://thermofisher.com/bctl to register for your free Bringing Chemistry to Life T-shirt. This is a big one. When one of the most influential chemists of a generation gives you a full hour of his time, you can say your chemistry podcast has made it!This conversation with Paul Anastas (Yale University), the father of Green Chemistry, is an inspiration to think differently. He favors disrupting common rules and to stop accepting the status quo, given that the status quo is not sustainable.The “green shift” towards sustainable processes in chemistry and engineering is the revolution than we can’t afford to miss. We do not need any more evidence. The silliness in the way we do things is in front of our eyes, we just need to be willing to look and see it. When we make 1000 kilograms of waste per kilograms or product, there is no future. When we keep producing, using, and discharging in a linear way, there is no future. When governments and private companies don’t embrace environmental responsibility as part of their performance metrics, there is no future.Paul and his co-author Urvashi Bhatnagar have written The Sustainability Scorecard – How to Implement and Profit from Unexpected Solutions to outline the green chemistry principles that show the way to a sustainable future in chemistry. The pursuit of sustainability offers what they call “unexpected solutions;” leaps forwards that make new processes not only more sustainable, but also more efficient, cheaper, and more profitable. There are many great examples, with many more to come. Disrupt or be disrupted.
Microplastics pollute our drinking water: What are the risks? Researchers reported finding microplastics in drinking water nearly 5 years ago, prompting California lawmakers to require monitoring of the state’s drinking water for the tiny particles. But in 2018, there were no standard methods for analyzing microplastics. So California regulators reached out to chemists and toxicologists from all sectors to develop those methods. They also sought assistance in developing a health-based limit to help consumers understand what the monitoring results mean for their health. In this episode of Stereo Chemistry, we will hear from some of the scientists leading those groundbreaking efforts.   A transcript of this episode is available at https://bit.ly/41g6uPa.   Credits Executive producer/host: Kerri Jansen Writer: Britt Erickson Audio editor: Mark Feuer DiTusa Story editors: Jyllian Kemsley, Michael McCoy, Ariana Remmel Audience editor: Dorea I. Reeser Copyeditor: Sabrina Ashwell, Heather Holt Logo design: William A. Ludwig Episode artwork: Shutterstock Music (in order of appearance): “The Process” by Kevin Graham, “Goodness Gracious” by Louis Adrien   Contact Stereo Chemistry: Tweet at us @cenmag or email [email protected].
https://youtu.be/9CZU3RKsSmw
 
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95: Liquid Nitrogen in the Sky: Enabling Superconducting Transmission Lines (ft. Max Luke) Watch the full video here:
https://youtu.be/9CZU3RKsSmw
 
VEIR’s passive evaporative cryogenic cooling delivers 20 times the cooling power per kilogram of nitrogen flow compared to mechanical subcooling. VEIR’s innovations enable reliable, cost–effective HTS transmission over very long distances through narrow rights–of–way, connecting lowest cost renewable resources to where they’re needed, when they’re needed.
 
In today’s episode, we welcome Max Luke, the Director of Policy and Regulatory Affairs at VEIR, a company focused on developing superconducting transmission power lines.  Max’s expertise is in advocacy for innovative technologies in the electric power and energy industries. With him, we discuss: 
 
?️How VEIR’s technology is different than current and traditional transmission lines? 
?️How specifically does technology help address this front versus legacy transmission line technology?
?VEIR transmission lines use liquid nitrogen to cool the transmission line below a certain temperature. Are there any safety implications related to the use of liquid nitrogen? 
? And much more! 



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DSS214: Introducing the Fike Explosion Protection Partner Checklist with Jeff Davis Jeff Davis, Senior Explosion Safety Consultant with Fike Corporation, introduces and explains the Fike Explosion Protection Partner Checklist.
Bonus: Are candles toxic? (and other questions) Bonus Episode: Question and Response 40In this month's bonus episode, Melissa and Jam respond to comments and questions about smells, candles, vinegar, milk, macromolecules, and more!Want to start your own podcast? Use Transistor and you'll have the best podcast platform available. We use it and we are totally in love with it.Thanks to our monthly supporters

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DSS213:WPAC Audit Tool for Managing Wood Dust Mitigation & Control In today’s episode of the Dust Safety Science podcast, we discuss the WPAC audit tool for managing wood dust mitigation and control.
94: Improving Your Technical Communication and Public Speaking Skills (ft. Neil Thompson) According to research, what you say to an audience isn’t nearly as important as how you say it. Studies suggest that effective presentations are 38% your voice, 55% non-verbal communication, and only 7% your content. That means that you should spend even more time preparing your delivery than you do developing awesome content.
 
In today’s episode, we welcome Neil Thompson. Since earning his Master’s in Bioengineering and his Master’s in Biomedical Engineering from Clemson University and Columbia University, Neil has held various roles in biomedical engineering, technical communication, and with patent law. He is the founder of Teach the Geek, an educational network centered around enhancing the technical communication skills of STEM professionals. With him, we discuss: 
 
?️ What audience does Neil primarily work with (i.e., students, 1-on-1 coaching, corporate seminars, etc.)? 
?️Ideas on coaching strategy for this particular audience and these particular skills.
?Tips or common issues for students and early-career professionals to look out for while trying to improve their technical communication. 
? And much more! 



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Natural Prodcast Ep 19 – Bill Fenical Natural Prodcast talks to Prof William Fenical of Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego about the beginnings of marine natural products, his experiences in drug discovery, and exploring marine bacteria.
Episode 63. Paleoanthropology: Evan Hadingham Certain fields of science attract broad interest because of what they tell us about humanity, and no field does this more directly than paleoanthropology. Today we explore the history of paleoanthropology with a focus on Louis and Mary Leakey, who made key discoveries at an inflection point of our understanding of human evolution. With us to discuss this history is Evan Hadingham. Evanis the Senior Science Editor of the award-winning PBS series NOVA. Today we discuss his new book, Discovering Us, Fifty Great Discoveries in Human Origins, published in partnership with the Leakey Foundation in 2021.
Is freezing point *actually* real? #154When you're young in science class, you probably learned the phrase "freezing point," but is that even a thing? Is there a specific temperature at which things go from liquid to solid? Spoiler alert: Melissa thinks that's actually a huge misunderstanding about states of matter and how substances go from liquid to solid. So what's really going on? Let's get into it.References from this episode
https://cen.acs.org/articles/92/i25/Exploring-Supercooled-Water-Structures.html
https://cen.acs.org/articles/96/i3/Waters-hypercooling-point-reach.html
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DSS212: Safety Share – Explosion at Wood Pellet Receiving Port This episode is a Safety Share summary of an explosion at an overseas wood pellet receiving port. It includes investigation details and lessons learned.
93: Accelerating Life Sciences R&D with Data Cloud Technology (ft. Dr. Mike Tarselli) We are living in the age of knowledge-driven economics. Information is an asset, and how we share it defines the extent of our success. We have made major developments in the way we share and exchange information, however, the real game changer throughout this shift has been the emergence of cloud technology solutions.
 
In today’s episode we welcome Dr. Mike Tarselli, Chief Scientific Officer of TetraScience, a Boston-based company that operates a research and development data cloud for life sciences. With him, we discuss: 
 
?️What exactly a scientific data cloud is and why it is a valuable tool for industry researchers?
?️What has stood in the way of implementing data cloud tools in scientific research and why haven’t they been widely accepted sooner?
?Why should our listeners want to work at a company like TetraScience?
?Tips for how science enthusiasts can put themselves in a strong position career-wise and make the most of their love for research and discovery.
? And much more!
 
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92: Training Brain Cells to Play Pong (ft. Hon Weng Chong) We know an organic mind is a better learner than any digital model. It can switch tasks easily, and bring learnings from one task to another. But more important is what we don’t know. What are the limits of a mind connected to infinity? What can it do with data it literally lives in?
 
In today’s episode we welcome Hon Weng Chong, the CEO and Founder of Cortical Labs. He has founded several startups that focused on creating smartphone-based apps for personalized healthcare. At Cortical Labs, he currently focuses on bridging the gap between artificial intelligence and biological intelligence.
 
?️ The overarching goal of Cortical Labs and how this all started.
?️ How Cortical Labs trained neurons to play the video game Pong!
? The vision for Cortical Labs and how its technology will make an impact in the future
? Are there any materials science innovations that would boost one’s capabilities to train neurons? 
? And much more! 
 
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#materialsscience #corticallabs #artificialintelligence #biologicalintelligence #computerchip
96: #1066 Curl Repair Mask Molly and Megan talk curls! And how to hydrate and strengthen curls without weighing them down by using this new palm-free, deep-conditioning hair mask. Molly goes deep to discuss how Colonial's products smooth and detangle, improve the feel and gloss, and reduce breakage. Megan (and other users) testifies it works for her!
How do thermoses keep coffee hot? #033 Rebroadcast That's right, we are sort of talking about coffee this week. Or rather, how to keep it hot. Nowadays we all have some version of a thermos for our coffee, tea, water, or what-have-you. Today Melissa and Jam try to get to the bottom of how those work. How do they keep things hot and cold? What's between the two layers (or whatever) and how is it so good at insulating? Is it a vacuum? Can someone please tell me what the heck is going on?References from this episode
Chemistry, Edition 2 – Flowers, Theopold, Langley, Robinson
Physical Chemistry, Edition 3 – Thomas Engel 

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C&EN Uncovered: What exascale computing could mean for chemistry At Oak Ridge National Laboratory, a supercomputer named Frontier has broken the exascale computing barrier, meaning it can calculate more than a million trillion floating-point operations per second. In this episode, C&EN reporters Craig Bettenhausen and Ariana Remmel discuss how Frontier works and what that kind of power could mean for computational chemistry.C&EN Uncovered, a new project from C&EN’s podcast, Stereo Chemistry, offers a deeper look at subjects from recent cover stories. Read Remmel’s Sept. 5, 2022, cover story about exascale computing at https://bit.ly/3RkPjr6.   A transcript of this episode is available at https://bit.ly/3HNK1S0. Credits Stereo Chemistry executive producer: Kerri Jansen C&EN Uncovered host: Craig Bettenhausen Audio editor: Mark Feuer DiTusa Copyeditor: Sabrina J. Ashwell Additional review: Dorea Reeser, Manny I. Fox Morone, Michael Torrice Episode artwork: Matt Chinworth Music: "Hot Chocolate" by Aves Contact Stereo Chemistry: Tweet at us at @cenmag or email [email protected].
DSS211: Incident Update – 2022 Aluminum Dust Explosion in Fuxing, Taiwan This episode is an incident update for a November 17th, 2022 explosion at a bicycle parts manufacturer in Fuxing, Taiwan.
The Chemists' Charisma Visit https://www.thermofisher.com/chemistry-podcast/ to access the extended video version of this episode and guest content and resources, which includes links to recent publications and additional content recommendations for our guest. You can also access the extended video version of this episode via our YouTube channel to hear, and see, more of the conversation!Visit https://thermofisher.com/bctl to register for your free Bringing Chemistry to Life T-shirt. We open Season 4 with a unique double interview with Dr. Steven Townsend (Vanderbilt University) and Dr. Frank Leibfarth (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). These are our original two guests from Season 1 of this series! Steve Townsend and Frank Leibfarth are two of the best chemists of the current generation as well as being incredibly charismatic and fun humans. With that said, this episode is a bit different in that it was a fun moment of connection and entertainment where we discuss things on the fringe of chemistry, tongue in cheek. As it happens, it became much more than that, a journey into personal history, motivation and drive, stories and reflections on great chemists of the past and present, and much more. The human element behind the science takes center stage in this episode for certain. One not to miss.
Is "dry cleaning" actually dry? #153Whether you're a frequent customer of the dry cleaner or not, you've probably wondered, "why is it called dry cleaning? How could it be dry?" So let's get into it. What is dry cleaning? Why is it called dry? What are they using to clean our clothes? Does it actually work? Let's find out!References from this episode
https://www.acs.org/pressroom/newsreleases/2019/april/is-it-really-dry-clean-only-video.html
https://cen.acs.org/articles/95/i45/Periodic-graphics-chemistry-dry-cleaning.html
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Natural Prodcast Ep 18 – A CSP Primer It's a crossover episode! Menaka Wilhelm, from JGI's Genome Insider, and I talk about how to work with the JGI, specifically in the form of the Community Science Program, or CSP. We talked to Deputy of User Programs, Tanja Woyke and Project Manager Miranda Harmon-Smith about all the details of what makes a good CSP, how to apply for one, and what happens once it starts.
DSS210 : Incident Update – 2021 Coal Dust Explosion in Baltimore, Maryland This episode is an incident update for a December 30, 2021 coal dust explosion in Baltimore, Maryland.
https://youtu.be/IiDCNuet0cA
 
Every determined student must eventually ask themselves the age-old question: industry or academia? Professor, scientist, engineer, or manager? 
 
In today’s episode we welcome Dr. Shan Jiang, Associate Professor at Iowa State University. He ” id=”1Hdv4YdMXHo” vid=”1Hdv4YdMXHo” id-for-player=”1Hdv4YdMXHo” link=”/listen/91-janus-particles-linking-the-gap-between-industry-and-academia-ft-dr-shan-jiang-1Hdv4YdMXHo/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
91: Janus Particles: Linking the Gap Between Industry and Academia (ft. Dr. Shan Jiang) Watch the full video here:
https://youtu.be/IiDCNuet0cA
 
Every determined student must eventually ask themselves the age-old question: industry or academia? Professor, scientist, engineer, or manager? 
 
In today’s episode we welcome Dr. Shan Jiang, Associate Professor at Iowa State University. He defies this traditional mindset with his rich experience in both industry and academia. He specifically leverages these experiences with Janus particles, a type of nanoparticle that enables two bonded sides with distinctly different chemistries.
 
?️ What a Janus particle is and how it’s different from normal chemistries
? Which field(s) will be most impacted by continued research into Janus particles?
? What the challenges are in applying these particles in real-life applications?
? And much more! 
 
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#materialsscience #novelis #aluminum #steel #recycle
Why nitrous oxide called laughing gas? In this episode, the topic is about nitrous oxide and their uses. References: https://www.britannica.com/science/nitrous-oxide
Bonus: How do semi-permanent tattoos work? Bonus Episode: Question and Response 39In this month's bonus episode, Melissa and Jam respond to comments and questions about fero fluids, semi permanent tattoos, ketchup, least favorite pastas, and more!Want to start your own podcast? Use Transistor and you'll have the best podcast platform available. We use it and we are totally in love with it.Check out our website at chemforyourlife.comFind us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @ChemForYourLife.We love using Transistor to host our podcast -> Check it out to be sure your podcast makes a bang.
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In today’s episode we welcome Vanessa Li, current Program Manager for Advanc” id=”3dkyCF9lvfJ” vid=”3dkyCF9lvfJ” id-for-player=”3dkyCF9lvfJ” link=”/listen/90-modern-aluminum-uses-from-car-bodies-to-the-food-industry-ft-vanessa-li-3dkyCF9lvfJ/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
90: Modern Aluminum Uses: From Car Bodies to the Food Industry (ft. Vanessa Li) As a global leader in innovative products and services and the world's largest recycler of aluminum, championing the vision of closed loop recycling, Novelis is driven by its purpose to shape a sustainable world together.
 
In today’s episode we welcome Vanessa Li, current Program Manager for Advanced Technologies at Novelis. With her, we discussed: 
 
?️ What is Novelis all about and as a whole.
? The process of providing individualized solutions for different customers.
?  From a sustainability and net carbon production perspective, what are Novelis’ goals for the future?
?  What career options are available for students looking for a career in steel & aluminum manufacturing?
? And much more! 
 
Learn more about our MSE Career Development Online Course, which includes more industry-specific information and advice.
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Join our Discord community! You can meet other passionate materials scientists and engineers from around the world, discuss the latest breakthroughs in MSE, share materials-related memes, and get career advice from experts in the field. 
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#materialsscience #novelis #aluminum #steel #recycle
DSS 209: Covering Westray in the Media with Jennifer Hatt Jennifer Hatt, writer, publisher and communications consultant, talks about how the Westray coal mine disaster has been covered in the media.
Why nitrous oxide called laughing gas? In this episode, the topic is about nitrous oxide,why they're called as laughing gas and their uses. References:. https://www.britannica.com/science/air
What do pine trees and jet fuel have in common? #152Well we've just finished that time of the year, the time when some of us bring pine trees into our homes to hang out with us for a few weeks. Sounds fine right? Nothing risky, it's just a tree right? Unless maybe that tree secretly has a notable similarity to jet fuel. Then maybe it could have a chance of being a problem.References from this episode Check out our website at chemforyourlife.comFind us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @ChemForYourLife.We love using Transistor to host our podcast -> Check it out to be sure your podcast makes a bang.
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Episode 62. Conservation Easement or Easy Pollution? Jaimi Dowdell and Andrea Januta How could a conservation easement be anything other than a great thing? With us to answer this question are Jaimi Dowdell and Andrea Januta, both of whom are investigative reporters and data journalists with Reuters. Jaimi and Andrea were part of the Reuters team that won the 2021 Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Reporting. Today we discuss their Reuters special report entitled "How Boeing created a nature preserve that may also preserve pollution", published on July 20, 2022.
DSS208: How To Become A Certified Safety Professional® with Leslie Stockel Leslie Stockel, who has been a  Certified Safety Professional for over 30 years, talks about how to achieve that designation.
The Chemistry of Snowflakes, Explained – Charlotte Hsu
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How do snowflakes form and look so cool? #023 RebroadcastThis week, Melissa and Jam explore the wintery chemistry of snowflakes. How do they form? How are they all unique? How do they look so gosh darn cool? Why don’t we see them here in Texas very much?References from this episode
The Chemistry of Snowflakes, Explained – Charlotte Hsu
How Do Snowflakes Form?
Crystal Growing Competition
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That's Not Popeye's Spinach! Welcome to episode 23 of Dose Makes the Poison: The Toxcast! Today, let's talk about when eating spinach goes wrong, aka hallucinogenic spinach! That's definitely not Popeye's spinach!

Intro and outro music is Psychedelic Mushrooms by T Morri.

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DSS207: Certification of Portable Vacuum Systems for Use with Combustible Dust with Roger Guerra Roger Guerra, Business Development Manager for Nilfisk, goes over the certification of portable vacuum systems for use with combustible dust.
https://pubs.acs.org” id=”3pDqOpsPmsh” vid=”3pDqOpsPmsh” id-for-player=”3pDqOpsPmsh” link=”/listen/what-happens-to-coffee-when-it-cools-down-3pDqOpsPmsh/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
What happens to coffee when it cools down? #151If you drink coffee, then you know that it starts to taste super different as it goes from hot to cold. Is it just the change in temperature that makes it seem like it tastes different? Or is there a little more chemistry going on? Let's find out.References from this episode
https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.jafc.0c01373
https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/jf048701t
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-017-18247-4
https://sca.coffee/sca-news/podcast/86/elucidating-the-bitter-taste-of-coffee-expo-lectures-2019
https://pages.uoregon.edu/chendon/coffee_literature/2012%20Coffee%20Emerging%20Health%20Effects%20and%20Disease%20Prevention,%20Coffee%20Constituents,%20Chapter%202.pdf
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26712785/
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-34392-w
https://www.acs.org/pressroom/newsreleases/2020/april/using-chemistry-to-unlock-the-difference-between-cold–and-hot-brew-coffee-video.html
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-73341-4
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36010440/
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0963996918306203
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0963996914001409
https://www.compoundchem.com/tag/coffee/
https://www.science.org/content/article/coffees-bitter-mystery
https://www.compoundchem.com/2014/01/30/why-is-coffee-bitter-the-chemistry-of-coffee/
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TIAFT Bulletin preview – Issue 52(4) We'll be previewing issues of the TIAFT Bulletin as they are released each quarter.Special thanks to Jennifer Schumann and Rebecca Hartman, editors of the TIAFT Bulletin. For more information on the Bulletin, including how to submit content, click here.Contact us at [email protected] out more about TIAFT at www.tiaft.orgThe Toxpod is a production of The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists. The opinions expressed by the hosts are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of TIAFT.
Bonus: Why does tupperware stain from pasta? (and other questions) Bonus Episode: Question and Response 38In this month's bonus episode, Melissa and Jam respond to comments and questions about amino acids, chemistry puns, salt preservation, and more!Want to start your own podcast? Use Transistor and you'll have the best podcast platform available. We use it and we are totally in love with it.Check out our website at chemforyourlife.comFind us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @ChemForYourLife.We love using Transistor to host our podcast -> Check it out to be sure your podcast makes a bang.
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https://youtu.be/OoAqj4Sr68s
 
So as 2022 comes to a close, we wanted to wish you all happy holidays from the Its Material World team, and we wanted to thank you for choosing to listen to us and for supporting us in our journey to show the world how material science makes ” id=”7vIsDVykdxM” vid=”7vIsDVykdxM” id-for-player=”7vIsDVykdxM” link=”/listen/89-secrets-to-success-from-25-expert-mses-7vIsDVykdxM/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
89: Secrets to Success from 25 Expert MSEs Watch the full video here:
https://youtu.be/OoAqj4Sr68s
 
So as 2022 comes to a close, we wanted to wish you all happy holidays from the Its Material World team, and we wanted to thank you for choosing to listen to us and for supporting us in our journey to show the world how material science makes an impact all around us. 
 
And so that's why for this episode, we're compiling the advice of our past guests. So that you can take the bits and pieces that resonate with you the most and that can be applied to your situations right now and going into 2023. We're excited for what's to come next year as we continue to uncover why material science will change the world.
 
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What do peppermints and cigarettes have in common? #150Peppermints. They seem innocent enough right? But if that's the case, then what common thread do they share with cigarettes? Don't worry, it's not an inherently bad connection. The common ingredient is one simple thing, menthol. Let's talk about it.References from this episode
https://www.compoundchem.com/2017advent/2017advent4/
https://www.fightcancer.org/releases/acs-can-joins-naacp-and-others-calling-immediate-action-menthol
https://www.mdanderson.org/cancerwise/menthol-cigarettes–the-food-and-drug-administration-fda-ban-and-why-they-are-more-harmful.h00-159460056.html
https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/fda-commits-evidence-based-actions-aimed-saving-lives-and-preventing-future-generations-smokers
https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/pressroom/presspacs/2015/acs-presspac-july-8-2015/peppermint-oil-and-cinnamon-could-help-treat-and-heal-chronic-wounds.html
https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/peppermint-oil
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29372567/
https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/basic_information/menthol/related-health-disparities.html
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Episode 61. Foresight: Thomas Suddendorf For thousands of years, scholars have struggled with what it means to be human. One critical dimension of humanity is foresight, and with us to decipher the evolution of foresight is Thomas Suddendorf. Thomas is a professor at the University of Queensland, where he investigates mental capacities in young children and in animals to answer fundamental questions about the nature and evolution of the human mind. Thomas is the author of over 140 research articles and two books: The Gap: The science of what separates us from other animals, published in 2013 by Basic Books, and The invention of tomorrow: a natural history of foresight (with co-authors Jonathan Redshaw and Adam Bulley), published in 2022, also by Basic Books.  Today we discuss archaeological finds related to stone tools, fire, hunting, ornaments, containers, burial, watercraft, maps, music, and storytelling – and what they tell us about the evolution of foresight.
DSS206: Announcing the NFPA 660 Public Comment Workshop Learn more about the NFPA 660 public comment workshop being run inside the Dust Safety Academy during the first week of December 2022.
88: Flexible Electronics for Better Health (ft. Stan Farnsworth) What defines a flexible electronic? Is it just a squishy computer? Plastic with a leaf printed on it? What about artificial tissue? Well, it could be all of these! But what materials science goes into the production of flexible electronics? Today’s guest is an expert on flexible electronic trickery, and he has a rich background in marketing, science, and engineering. 
 
In today’s episode we welcome Stan Farnsworth, current Chief Marketing Officer at PulseForge. With him, we discussed: 
 
?️ What is a flexible electronic, and how does it differ from traditional electronics. 
? What processing techniques are required for flexible electronics that differ from regular electronics. 
? What types of products and innovations with flexible electronics will be made in the next 5-10 years.  
? Recommendation to MSE students that are interested in contributing to this field.
?And much more! 



Learn more about our MSE Career Development Online Course, which includes more industry-specific information and advice.
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Join our Discord community! You can meet other passionate materials scientists and engineers from around the world, discuss the latest breakthroughs in MSE, share materials-related memes, and get career advice from experts in the field. 
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For shorter segments and full video podcasts, subscribe to our channel on YouTube. For bloopers, audiograms, and interesting materials science articles, follow us on Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Feel free to message us on our social media platforms if you have any feedback or recommendations for future episodes, or email us directly at [email protected]. Finally, reach out to David Yeh and Punith Upadhya on LinkedIn if you'd like to chat about the latest breakthroughs in MSE!
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Why do foods turn brown when we cook them? #017 RebroadcastThis week Melissa and Jam explore some of the chemistry behind cooking. What happens when you sear a steak? What's going on when you toast toast? Why do so many foods turn golden-brown when cooking? Let's dig in.References from this episode
Control of Maillard Reactions in Foods: Strategies and Chemical Mechanisms – Marianne N. Lund, and Colin A. Ray
https://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2012/10/10/162636059/100-years-ago-maillard-taught-us-why-our-food-tastes-better-cooked

https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/agricultural-and-biological-sciences/maillard-reaction 
R.V. Hedegaard, L.H. Skibsted, in Handbook of Food Powders, 2013Baking, Ageing, Diabetes: A Short History of the Maillard Reaction, Michael Hellwig and Thomas Henle
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