Chemistry

Cambridge University is seeking a real life Willy Wonka

Cambridge University seeks real life Willy Wonka

By Laurence Gibbons

Cambridge University is searching for a real life Willy Wonka to study the fundamentals of heat-stable chocolate, including how it to prevent it from melting in hot countries.

Theodosis will lead Exova's food chemistry business

Exova appoints new head of chemistry

By Laurence Gibbons

Testing, calibration and advisory services firm Exova has appointed Dionisis Theodosis as head of chemistry for its UK food testing business.

Antioxidants in cherry juice could also help arthritis sufferers

Cherry linked to exercise recovery

By Gary Scattergood

Sports scientists at Northumbria University are a step closer to a breakthrough in their bid to discover if antioxidants found in Montmorency tart cherry juice can aid post-exercise recovery and ease inflammatory conditions such as arthritis.

Two must become one

Two must become one

By Professor Jeya Henry

At 12 minutes past eight on the morning of February 3 1783, Antoine Lavoisier placed a guinea pig in an ice machine.


Lab is no longer out on a LIM

Lab is no longer out on a LIM

The Food and Environment Research Agency (Fera), a UK-based government organisation, has implemented the Thermo Scientific Nautilus laboratory...

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