The owner of the house decided to make his two children some french fries. He fell asleep on the sofa watching TV while the oil was heating up. Eventually the oil caught fire. It burned down his house. The fire department came to investigate. After listening to his story, they put the pan outside, where it sat for three days.
by Louisa Dalton | September 19, 2017
In a cell, “if you denature a protein and if a lot of proteins are nearby, the unfolded parts can glom on to their neighbors and suddenly you end up with a fried egg”—a tangled mess of protein that can’t be refolded properly, Pielak continues. Researchers began to realize that in these jam-packed environments, an unfolded protein might not have a lot of wiggle room to refold on its own without exposing its hydrophobic regions and risking the formation of tangled aggregates.
by Sarah Everts | July 31, 2017
“Her materials include everything from aquarium gravel to Girl Scout cookies, and for various installations she has fermented kombucha into leather, tempura-fried flowers and injected live snails with oxytocin.” In 2016, her installation “Search Image” featured a taxidermy coyote and hardware. The current exhibit, which honors Yi’s receipt of the revered Hugo Boss Prize, also features a self-contained biosphere composed of bacteria.
by Sarah Everts | May 15, 2017
Fries (von Salm) of CoreRx Pharmaceuticals is revealed as the first author on the most-read ACS journal paper of 2016. A kid chemist shows off his creativity during the Presidential Outreach Event at the Exploratorium. Campbell (right) and her partner, Julie Elmenhurst, attend the ACS National Awards Banquet.
by Linda Wang | April 24, 2017
Farr and her colleagues have found that liraglutide decreases activity in parts of the brain that react to french fries, cake, or other enticing treats. Further improving obesity treatment will likely involve targeting more than just one hormone, researchers say, because of the diversity of signals that control appetite and eating behaviors.
by Jyoti Madhusoodanan, Special to C&EN | March 21, 2017
They hang in refrigerator cases displaying shredded cheeses and cold cuts and are stacked in freezers filled with chicken, fish sticks, and french fries. Even tuna is starting to come in easy-to-open metallized pouches instead of the familiar stout can. Vacuum-packed steak, ribs, and chicken are a growing presence in meat department cases.
by Alexander H. Tullo | October 17, 2016
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by Britt E. Erickson | January 07, 2016
Whether because of innate talent or observation skills honed in the lab, she succeeded, creating both a beef Wellington and an Indian-spiced fried chicken that “MasterChef” judges deemed delicious. But it was in a challenge to make something using peanut butter and jelly that Vasavada’s skills really shone.
by Jyllian Kemsley | September 14, 2015
Charles Stuart Friedman Trotwood, Ohio William Fries Southampton, Pa. Wesley Oliver Fritz Jr. Wheaton, Ill. Larry Ryan Froebe Irvine, Calif. George Fujimoto San Diego Michael F. Furney Thousand Oaks, Calif. Stanley Donald Furrow Wyomissing, Pa. James Carol Gaal Hinton, W.Va. Henry L. Gabelnick Bethesda, Md.
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