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Not so Flushable Wipes

Today, we live in a world of convenience where we have manufactured products to make everyday tasks easier. I save a lot of time...

The Last Sandcastle

Famous astronomer and science communicator Carl Sagan said “The total number of stars in the universe is greater than all the grains of sand...

Major Red Tide Hits Florida Beaches

Red Tide: Swimming not recommended. Shellfish harvest closed. Signs, such as in the associated picture, can be seen at many of Florida's Gulf Coast Beaches due...

Science in your Laundry Detergent

When I was a kid, if I got a grass stain or a blood stain on my clothes it was probably not coming out no matter how much presoaking and hand scrubbing was involved. Nowadays, if I get food on my clothes, I admonish myself for being clumsy then throw it in the wash with some liquid detergent and hope that it magically comes out looking new. It still amazes me that it usually does. How have laundry detergents improved their cleaning efficacy so much in just the last few decades?

Plastic Waters

Living in the modern world, we are completely surrounded by plastics. I have a plastic water filter, a plastic travel mug, a plastic phone, a plastic water bottle, I am currently typing on a plastic keyboard, and there is even plastic in the material my sweater is made out of.