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‪ Bytesize‬ ‪Science‬: ‪Inside DayGlo: The World's Most Colorful Factory‬

2013-01-09 :: Bytesize Science
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‪ Bytesize‬ ‪Science‬: ‪The Chemistry of Snowflakes‬

2012-12-19 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 5s

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‪ ChemMatters: The Science Behind Calories and Nutrition Facts Labels‬

2012-12-12 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 5s

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‪ Bytesize Science‬ - ‪A Brief History of Photography: Innovations in Chemistry‬

2012-11-14 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 5s

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‪ Bytesize Science‬ - ‪Super-Small "Microsubmarines" Could Help Clean Up Oil Spills‬

2012-11-07 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 5s

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‪ Bytesize Science‬ - ‪Nanotechnology Today‬: ‪Fuel Cells, Buckyballs and Carbon Nanotubes‬

2012-10-03 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 5s

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ChemMatters Video Episode 10 - ChemMatters - Graphene: The Next Wonder Material?

2012-10-03 :: ChemMatters
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Bytesize Science - Chemiluminescence: How Glow Sticks Work

2012-08-29 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 5s

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Bytesize Science - Chemistry On Mars: The Curiosity Rover's Mission to Uncover Martian Habitability

2012-08-01 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 5s

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Bytesize Science - ‪Inside the 44th International Chemistry Olympiad ‬

2012-08-01 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 5s

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Bytesize Science - How Sunless Tanner Works: Tan-In-A-Can Chemistry

2012-07-12 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 5s

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Bytesize Science - Repelling the Rays: The Chemistry of Sunscreen

2012-06-18 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 5s

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Bytesize Science - Without a scratch: Self-healing materials

2012-06-06 :: Bytesize Science
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Bytesize Science - The Electronic Nose: Sniffing Out the Dangerous Stuff to Keep Our Noses Safe

2012-05-09 :: Bytesize Science
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Bytesize Science - The Periodic Table Table Featuring Theo Gray

2012-02-22 :: ChemMatters
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ChemMatters Video Episode 9 - Digestion: The Incredible Disassembly Line

2012-02-10 :: ChemMatters
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Bytesize Science - Super Bowl Sunday Science: The Chemistry of Cheese

2012-02-01 :: ChemMatters
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Bytesize Science - Phytochemicals: Why You Should Eat A Rainbow of Fruits and Veggies

2012-01-23 :: Bytesize Science
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Bytesize Science - A Bytesize Science Demo: Elephant's Toothpaste

2012-01-09 :: Bytesize Science

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Instyler Rotating Iron

2011-12-12
Length: 1m 7s


The Instyler rotating iron is the greatest advance in hair care products. The Instyler iron offers unparalleled efficiency & diverse hair styling possibilities. Through the Instyler iron an individual is able to perform straightening & curling functions without subjecting their hair to the high temperatures typically dealt out by conventional irons. The ability to complete varied hair care tasks by means of a single curling iron whilst safeguarding the hair from extreme and damaging high temperature is a noteworthy advantage which accompanies the Instyler iron.

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Bytesize Science - Thanksgiving Chemistry: Tryptophan

2011-11-18 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 2s

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ChemMatters Video Episode 8: The Chemistry of Acne

2011-10-07 :: ChemMatters
Length: 3s

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ChemMatters Video Episode 7: The Chemistry of Bad Breath

2011-10-07 :: ChemMatters
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Bytesize Science Episode 12: Why Do Onions Make You Cry?

2011-09-26 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 2s

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Bytesize Science Episode 11: This Bites! What's the Lowdown On Malaria

2011-09-02 :: Bytesize Science
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Bytesize Science Presents: ‪The Chemistry of Ice Cream‬

2011-09-02 :: Bytesize Science
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Bytesize Science Episode 10: ‪This BITES! What's the Deal With Deet?‬

2011-09-02 :: Bytesize Science
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Bytesize Science Presents: How to make cotton candy

2011-09-02 :: Bytesize Science
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ChemMatters Video - Episode 6: Is that “priceless” painting the real deal or a cheap fake?

2011-04-25 :: ChemMatters
Length: 7s

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ChemMatters - Episode 5: How Wastewater Goes From Polluted to Pure

2011-03-07 :: ChemMatters
Length: 7s

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ChemMatters - Episode 4: How Do Microwaves Work?

2011-02-16 :: ChemMatters
Length: 7s

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ChemMatters - Episode 3: Demystifying Magic Tricks

2010-10-18 :: ChemMatters
Length: 7s

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Episode 1: Chemistry and Special FX

2010-10-18

It’s National Chemistry Week, and we at Bytesize Science are celebrating it by rolling out the red carpet and going Hollywood; All week, we’ll be exploring how chemistry helps create some of the amazing special effects found in blockbuster films

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by DoKashiteru (via ccMixter.org); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by Justine Angus, thanvannispen, cognito, dobroide, Erdie, theta4, belloq, Connum, mikejedw and batchku. …

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Episode 2: Fake Snow

2010-10-18

Take fake snow for an example.  One of the paradoxes of fake snow is that it is better than the real thing. According to Richard Rickitt, author of Special Effects: The History and Technique, once snow is trampled, it can’t be restored, so snow shots can be repeated just once or twice, after which a movie crew needs to move to a new location.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by DoKashiteru (via ccMixter.org); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by Justine Angus, thanvannispen, cognito, dobroide, Erdie, theta4, belloq, Connum, mikejedw and batchku. …

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Episode 3: Artificial Skin

2010-10-18

Making artificial skin is a big challenge, especially since we as humans are very familiar with how real skin wrinkles and moves, as well as how it looks with its slight translucency and flaws. Anything that is not quite right about artificial skin—such as a visible blend line at its edge—immediately tips us off and destroys the illusion.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by DoKashiteru (via ccMixter.org); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by Justine Angus, thanvannispen, cognito, dobroide, Erdie, theta4, belloq, Connum, mikejedw and batchku. …

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Episode 4: Explosions!

2010-10-18

When it comes to explosions, flames, or other similar effects—also called pyrotechnic special effects—the problem is to create an illusion of towering fires and shattering explosions by the safest possible means. Special effects expert Joe Viskocil, who has spent nearly 40 years blowing up miniatures.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by DoKashiteru (via ccMixter.org); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by Justine Angus, thanvannispen, cognito, dobroide, Erdie, theta4, belloq, Connum, mikejedw and batchku. …

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The Chemistry of Sourdough

2010-09-27 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 7s

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The Chemistry of Fireworks

2010-06-28 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 7s

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The Chemistry of Barbecue

2010-06-24 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 7s

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ChemMatters: Episode 2 - Plastics Go Green

2010-04-26 :: ChemMatters
Length: 7s

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Earth Day Episode 6: Plants — The Hardcore Cleaning Machines!

2010-04-26

Don’t let the Pennycress plant’s wimpy name fool you — this flowery little plant is known as a “hyperaccumulator,” which can suck up toxic amounts of heavy metals and help clean up polluted land.

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Earth Day Episode 5: Plants – the Green Machines

2010-04-26

Learn all about the plant “machinery” behind photosynthesis, the process of how plants make their own food.

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Earth Day Episode 4: Phytoremediation

2010-04-26

Plants are amazing cleaning machines, and scientists are using them to pull pollutants right out of the ground using a technique called phytoremediation.

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Earth Day Episode 3: Defensive Plants Make Medicine

2010-04-26

A huge amount of plant material is produced every year when plants die or are harvested. In this podcast, we find out how scientists are using all of this plant matter to make useful biofuel.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by DoKashiteru (via ccMixter.org); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by Justine Angus, thanvannispen, cognito, dobroide, Erdie, theta4, belloq, Connum, mikejedw and batchku. …

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Earth Day Episode 2: Defensive Plants Make Medicines

2010-04-26

A huge amount of plant material is produced every year when plants die or are harvested. In this podcast, we find out how scientists are using all of this plant matter to make useful biofuel.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by Yacht; Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by morganTJ, levinj, mikejedw, Halleck, Erdle, sukaton, lonemonk and Heigh-hoo. …

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Earth Day Episode 1: Plants—The Energy-Capturing Machines

2010-04-26

A huge amount of plant material is produced every year when plants die or are harvested. In this podcast, we find out how scientists are using all of this plant matter to make useful biofuel.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by Yacht; Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by morganTJ, levinj, mikejedw, Halleck, Erdle, sukaton, lonemonk and Heigh-hoo. …

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Bytesize Video Episode 9: How a worm's natural glue could help mend broken bones

2010-03-04 :: Bytesize Science
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Bytesize Video Episode 8: Taking sharper aim at pesky stomach ulcer bacteria

2010-01-06 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 2s

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Thanksgiving and Chemistry: What's the connection?

2009-11-23 :: ChemMatters
Length: 23s

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ChemMatters: Episode 1 - Nanotechnology's Big Impact

2009-10-26 :: ChemMatters
Length: 7s

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Episode 49 – Ninth grade CEO Anshul Samar, the Elementeo Kid

2009-10-22

While many kids his age mow lawns or babysit to earn spending money, Anshul Samar tried something different. He invented a game. And not just any game. It’s called Elementeo and it’s all about the chemical elements.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by Yacht; Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by morganTJ, levinj, mikejedw, Halleck, Erdle, sukaton, lonemonk and Heigh-hoo. …

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Episode 48 – Sunshine Science: Green Chemistry and Solar Energy

2009-10-21

Did you know that Earth’s greenest and largest source of energy is 93 million miles away? You guessed it. We’re talking about the sun.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by DoKashiteru (via ccMixter.org); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by Halleck, han1, samplecat and Jamius. …

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Episode 47 – Titanium on the Cranium

2009-10-20

Titanium doesn’t just have a cool name – its one of the most useful elements out there! It’s what makes your bikefeel so lightweight. It’s in the sunscreen that helps prevent sunburn. It’s even in fireworks – titanium makes them go boom! Find out more about this amazing element in the second podcast in our four-part series celebrating National Chemistry Week.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by DoKashiteru (via ccMixter.org); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by Justine Angus, thanvannispen, cognito, dobroide, Erdie, theta4, belloq, Connum, mikejedw and batchku. …

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Episode 46 – It’s elemental! Everything is in the Atoms Family

2009-10-19

To celebrate National Chemistry Week, we’ll be learning about some of the most fascinating elements out there. But first, let’s start with atoms, the tiny building blocks that make up everything in the universe.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by Kevin Macleod; Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by acclivity, theta4, Stuart Duffield, Rhumphries, digifishmusic and batchku. …

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Bytesize Video Episode 7: A new weapon in the chemical arsenal of Amazonian poison frogs

2009-09-02 :: Bytesize Science
Length: 3s

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Episode 45 – New memory that can hold music and photos for a BILLION years

2009-08-12

Scientists have created memory that can hold music, videos and photos for more than one billion years!

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by DoKashiteru (via ccMixter.org); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by Heigh-hoo, reinsamba, Halleck and suonho. …

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Bytesize Video Episode 6: Super Buoyant - New material could make a horse float!

2009-08-05 :: Bytesize Science
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Episode 44 – Tales of the Trojan horse drug and the miracle dogs

2009-07-29

Dogs are man’s — and woman’s — best friend. And in many ways, humans are also dog’s best friend. When it comes to fighting cancer, however, humans and dogs turn out be an unbeatable team.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by m12 (via ccMixter.org); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by ronfont, acclivity, NoiseCollector and oyez. …

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Episode 43 – Presto! Fast color-changing material may lead to better sunglasses

2009-07-15

Find out how color-changing sunglasses work, and how a team of scientists in Japan have figured out a way to make sunglasses work even better.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by DoKashiteru (via ccMixter.org); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by zerolagtime, thanvannispen and man. …

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Episode 42 – A Colorful New Weapon in the Battle of the Bugs

2009-06-17

New weapons in the Battle of the Bugs can be really important for soldiers fighting in areas of the world infested with the most dangerous kinds of bugs. One potential new weapon involves fluorescent feces.

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Episode 41 – Painting superbugs into a corner

2009-06-10

Scientists have come up with a unique new paint that literally paints germs into a corner, a corner where they can’t escape.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by Kevin Macleod (via incompetech.com); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by Percy Duke, thanvannispen and acclivity. …

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Bytesize Video Episode 5: Super paper stronger than cast iron

2009-06-03 :: Bytesize Science
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Bytesize Video Episode 4: New technology brings tiny spaceships closer to lift off

2009-05-06 :: Bytesize Science
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Episode 40 – New nanogenerator may charge iPods and cell phones with a wave of the hand

2009-04-29

A team of scientists have developed technology that produces energy from simple movements. Imagine if all you had to do to charge your iPod or cell phone was to wave your hand stretch your arm or take a walk?

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by Kevin Macleod (via incompetech.com); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by kjackson, Halleck, crk365, man, rutgermuller, pushtobreak and trip2000. …

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Episode 38 – Clothing to crow about: Jeans of wheat and feather dresses

2009-04-08

Imagine waking up tomorrow and throwing on some clothes made from chicken feathers. It might sound like a strange dream. But in reality, clothing made from feathers, wheat, and other renewable materials could be on store shelves in the future.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by Kevin Macleod (via incompetech.com); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by fogma, kjackson, mich3d and UncleSigmund. …

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Bytesize Video Episode 3: The secret jungles of ancient France

2009-04-01 :: Bytesize Science
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Bytesize Video Episode 2: The e-Nose: Scientists try to create an electronic sniffer

2009-03-04 :: Bytesize Science
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Episode 37 – Catching some rays with the butterfly’s solar panels

2009-02-25

Find out what insect has it's own solar panels!

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Episode 36 – Hold that tissue: Allergy help may be on the way

2009-02-18

German chemists have developed a way to tell people with allergies exactly what kind of pollen is in the air, instantly, and how much there is flying around. The test could help people avoid high levels of pollen that trigger allergies.

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Bytesize Video Episode 1: A recipe for the pitcher plant's chemical concoction

2009-02-04 :: Bytesize Science
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Episode 35 – Chemical Magic in the Mouth

2009-01-28

It’s not a pleasant thought, but you’ve got billions of tiny critters living in your mouth. An entire ecosystem of bacteria live in there, and many of them have important roles in chewing and digestion. Now, scientists have found that bacteria in the mouth play a role in creating the distinctive flavors of certain foods.

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Episode 34 – A “smart yarn”: clothing with a brain

2009-01-07

Sweatpants, blue jeans and T-shirts with a brain? It sounds difficult to imagine, but scientists are now working to make these unusual kinds of clothing a reality.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by M12 (via ccmixter.org); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu includes sound by xythe, halleck, ERH, thecheeseman, simon.rue and jobro. …

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A special announcement from the Bytesize Science crew

2009-01-05 :: Bytesize Science
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Episode 33 – Healthy make-over: Food coloring goes natural

2008-12-17

Santa might soon leave candy canes and holiday cookies that are a little duller, but better for your health as food color manufacturers go natural. That’s because food manufacturers worldwide are increasingly turning to more natural colors in an effort to replace brightly-colored yet potentially harmful artificial colorings now used in some foods and beverages.

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Episode 32 – Tiny, paper-thin speakers pack big punch

2008-12-08

Good quality stereo speakers are usually big, bulky and heavy, but people put up with their size to get sound with a BOOM. But now, scientists may have come up with a way to shrink speakers without sacrificing that sonic kick.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu ljudman, jppi, daveincamas and pitx. …

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Episode 31 – Speedy Swimsuits

2008-10-23

Find out how chemists are speeding up swimmers with high-tech new swimwear. The final episode in our four part celebration of National Chemistry Week.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu and SoundSnap.com include sounds by SFX Bible, Fred Weinberg, Shriek Productions, man, FranciscoPadilla and Radio Mall. …

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Episode 30 – Don't Sweat It

2008-10-22

Have you ever wondered what happens when we sweat? Or why we even sweat at all? Listen to this episode to find out! Part three of four episodes celebrating National Chemistry Week.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu and SoundSnap.com include sounds by SFXsource, luffy and sagetyrtle. …

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Episode 29 – Go for the Gear!

2008-10-21

Chemistry has helped improve sports gear dramatically over the years, making your favorite games faster, more exciting and much safer. Part two of four episodes celebrating National Chemistry Week.

Intro theme and various sound effects by Adam Dylewski; music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com); Creative Commons licensed audio from freesound.iua.upf.edu and SoundSnap.com include sounds by Totya, SFX bible, Stuart Duffield, thanvannispen, Justine Angus, UncleSigmund, Shriek Productions, Blastwave FX and SFXsource. …

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Episode 28 – Turf Talk

2008-10-20

Find out how chemists have improved the stuff below every athlete’s shoes — artificial turf. Part one of four episodes celebrating National Chemistry Week.

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Episode 27 – A new cheese to yak about

2008-07-14

In a finding that’s sure to get cheese lovers yakking, researchers in Nepal and Canada report that cheese from the milk of yaks, a big, hairy cow-like animal, may be better for you.

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Episode 26 – Fighting global warming — at the dinner table

2008-07-07

Scientists say that eating chicken, fish or vegetables once per week in place of red meat can help the environment.

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Episode 25 – Munch-o-matic: Scientists develop the artificial mouth

2008-06-09

For years, scientists have tried to build an electronic tongue, a robot that could taste and smell food like we do. But before machines learn to taste their food, they first need to learn how to chew it. Scientists recently designed an artificial mouth that mimics the first vital steps of human digestion -- chewing, saliva release and the initial breakdown of food.

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Episode 24 – Bacteria Vs Man! Winning the war within YOU

2008-06-02

For almost 70 years, doctors have given people antibiotic medicines to help people defeat invading germs, or microbes. But there is a constant tug-of-war between these microscopic monsters and people.

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Episode 23 – Digging beneath the Martian surface

2008-05-12

Earthlings are about to visit Mars again to search for traces of life. But since we can’t go in person, we are sending another robot spacecraft. Named Phoenix, the vehicle is scheduled to land on Mars on May 25 after a 420 million mile, 9-month voyage from Earth. An article on the Phoenix by Elizabeth K. Wilson appears in the May 25 issue of Chemical & Engineering News, the American Chemical Society's weekly newsmagazine.

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Episode 22 – Alligator blood puts the bite on germs

2008-04-28

Scientists are working on ways of using gator blood to put the bite on germs that make cuts get infected and turn red and puffy with pus and pain.

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Episode 21 – Electric shocks can help plants boost production of useful chemicals

2008-03-31

Now for some shocking news about plants: Scientists in Arizona report that exposing plants to low doses of electricity can boost levels of useful plant chemicals. Their finding could lead to cheaper and faster ways to produce useful plant-based materials such as medicines and pesticides.

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Episode 20 – The e-Nose: Scientists try to develop an electronic sniffer

2008-03-17

For almost 25 years, chemists and other scientists have tried to build an electronic nose that can take a whiff of the air, food or other objects and say whether the odor is nasty or nice.

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Episode 19 – An egg-straordinary discovery to help kids with egg allergy

2008-03-04

Have you ever heard someone say they have an allergy to eggs? Thousands of children and adults cannot eat that egg-straordinary food. Thankfully, chemists in Germany and Switzerland now are reporting some good news for the egg-allergic.

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Episode 18 – A Recipe for the Pitcher Plant’s Chemical Concoction

2008-02-25

For more than 100 years, scientists have tried to discover the full chemical recipe for the pitcher plant’s digestive juices. Now two Japanese scientists have finally figured out this complex cocktail of digestive juices.

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Episode 17 – Rice that 'Snaps, Crackles and Pops' with Protein

2008-02-19

Researchers have created a new blend, or hybrid, of rice by mixing a common species with a wild one. The result is high in protein and might help feed millions of poor and malnourished people around the world.

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Episode 16 – New ingredients may keep us screaming for ice cream

2008-02-11

Scientists in Wisconsin have discovered an ingredient that prevents the formation of ice crystals that can spoil the smooth, silky texture of ice cream and other frozen foods. The substance, which acts like an antifreeze, is non-toxic and doesn’t change the taste of foods, the researchers say.

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Episode 15 – Celebrating African-American Chemists

2008-02-04

Black History Month is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the contributions of African American scientists. So this week, we turn our focus on how their amazing work has improved peoples’ lives throughout history.

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Episode 14 – The mystery of shining fish solved at last!

2008-01-28

The bright, reflective shine of fish skin is a source of endless fascination for fishermen and aquarium owners. But what gives these swimmers their striking appearance?

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Episode 13 – The secret jungles of ancient France

2008-01-14

It seems unlikely, but scientists have discovered evidence that France may have been a hot, wet tropical rainforest 55 million years ago!

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Episode 12 – Germ chat: Learning the language of bacteria

2007-12-17

Scientists are beginning to decode the secret chemical language that bacteria use to chat. This discovery could lead to new treatments for bacteria that shrug off existing medicine. Every year, these so-called 'superbugs' make more than 90,000 people in the United States very, very sick.

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Episode 11 – The water strider's amazing belly flop

2007-12-11

Scientists in Korea have solved a big mystery about the water strider: How on Earth does this bug manage to leap onto the water without sinking?

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Episode 10 – Good news about bad breath

2007-12-05

Scientists have discovered a new weapon in the battle against bad breath: chewing gum or mints made with from material found in the bark of the sweet magnolia tree.

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Episode 9 – "Bald" Peanuts

2007-11-28

Boiled peanuts: the science of South Carolina’s official snack food.

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Episode 8 – Dragon's Blood

2007-11-19

Dragon's blood may sound like part of a magic potion that is used to fend off enemies in an epic battle. It actually is a bright red plant sap that has been used for thousands of years in traditional Chinese medicine.

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Episode 7 – Underwater camouflage secrets

2007-11-14

Scientists in Massachusetts learn the sneaky secrets of cephalopods, nature's ultimate camouflage artists.

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Episode 6 - Chocoholic science

2007-11-07

Some stomachs simply cannot get enough of one sweet treat; chocolate. Find out why!

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Episode 5 - Carbon dioxide vacuum slurps up air pollution

2007-10-17

Thanks to a new gadget that gulps pollution right out of the air, scientists may be able to reduce the environmental damage caused by the hundreds of millions of cars worldwide.

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Episode 4 - A hair-raising discovery about hairy roots

2007-10-17

Sci-fi movies and comic books are not the only place you can find “hair-raising” mutants with super-powers. With the help of some special bacteria, scientists are giving plants mutant roots with abilities that may one day make super-heros turn green with envy. These roots may become biofactories — natural factories that churn out fuels, food flavorings, and even medicine.

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Episode 3 - A new spin on used CDs and DVDs

2007-10-17

The next time you rip a CD onto that shiny new iPod or cozy up with a DVD movie, give this some thought: Scientists have found a surprising new job for compact discs and players. Those silvery wafers of plastic may be taking a spin in a laboratory near you!

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Episode 2 - Three nutritional cheers for a healthier cassava

2007-10-17

Scientists find a way to make a tasty African veggie called cassava more healthy.

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Episode 1 - Water pollution threatens Shamu's wild brothers and sisters

2007-10-17

Shows at family adventure parks featuring Shamu — an orca or killer whale — have made these gigantic mammals one of the most famous marine animals. Shamu’s wild brothers and sisters, however, face many threats to their survival in the open ocean.

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ChemMatters Video Episode 8: Flavor chemistry - The science behind the taste and smell of food

1969-12-31 :: ChemMatters
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Bytesize Science Presents: Candy Corn Chemistry!

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Episode 39 – The buzz on career changes in bees

1969-12-31

You’ve probably heard that the U.S. economy isn’t doing so hot. We’re in a recession — a pretty big one at that — and there are many adults out there that have lost their jobs and are facing a big career change. It turns out that these folks might learn a helpful lesson from honey bees.

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Bytesize Science - Healing the voice: Synthetic vocal cords

1969-12-31 :: Bytesize Science
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Bytesize Science - Beyond the blue bins: The journey of recyclable materials

1969-12-31 :: Bytesize Science
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Bytesize Science - Getting More Out of the Sun's Rays: Artificial Photosynthesis

1969-12-31 :: Bytesize Science
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Bytesize Science - A toast to the chemistry of Champagne

1969-12-31 :: Bytesize Science
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Bytesize Science Presents A Bytesize Demo: The Briggs-Rauscher Reaction

1969-12-31 :: Bytesize Science
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Bytesize Science Presents - A Bytesize Demo: Chemiluminescence! A totally awesome glowing chemistry demo

1969-12-31 :: ChemMatters
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Episode 30 – Don't Sweat It

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Have you ever wondered what happens when we sweat? Or why we even sweat at all? Listen to this episode to find out! Part three of four episodes celebrating National Chemistry Week.

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