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Fourth of July science—what makes grilled food delicious and sparklers sparkle

By April Gocha / July 1, 2016

Another holiday weekend is upon us—which means that many of you will be celebrating America’s independence with food, fun, and fireworks. But what is it that makes grilled food taste so good?

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The science behind your grill game—serve up a side of knowledge with those burgers

By Stephanie Liverani / July 1, 2015

Know what goes great with that burger? Science! Because perfect grill marks aren’t just the measure of a true grill master—there’s chemistry involved. If you want a crash course in all-things meat chemistry, the latest video from American Chemical Society’s Reaction series has you covered.

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A ceramic and glass holiday gift guide for everyone on your Black Friday shopping list

By April Gocha / November 27, 2014

The day after Thanksgiving, Black Friday, is a consumer spending extravaganza—and if you’re going to buy a gift, why not get one fashioned out of your favorite materials? Here are some ceramics and glass gift ideas to help you find the perfect present.

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Want to watch your food while it grills? Schott wants you to, too

By Jessica McMathis / September 1, 2014

The same company that’s putting its fire-rated glass ceramics to the ultimate safety test is working just as diligently to make your grilling experience that much sleeker and see-through.

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Hooray, beer! Beer marinade can reduce dangerous compounds in grilled meat

By April Gocha / April 4, 2014

New research shows that marinating meat in beer before grilling can reduce the amount of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, potentially dangerous compounds that have been linked to cancer, that form in the meat during cooking.

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