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Microwave pre-cooking of French fries reduces cancer chemicals
Microwaving your French fries before you fry
them reduces the levels of a cancer-causing substance, reveals findings published today in the SCI's Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. The discovery of acrylamide - a possible carcinogenic in humans has led to much research being don...
ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- Dec. 13, 2006
... Gene silencing technology yields a better French fry
potato New proteins detected on silicone breas... Gene silencing technology yields a better French fry
potato Journal of Agricultural and Food Technology If Russet Ranger were a kid rather than a potato...
Baby fish 'smell their way home'
...sed egg swept around on the bottom, or new-hatched fry
loose in the stream or brooded in their parents' mouths. "An egg, even a fry, hasn't a fully developed sense of smell, but it may have a way of absorbing the local molecules and then recognizing their signature as "home" when it grows up a bit and ...
'Good vibrations' from deep-sea smokers may keep fish out of hot water
...hose pesky black smokers. Some of those babies can fry
your face off. A detour is highly indicated. The long-held assumption that black smokers are silent is wrong, according to recently published research led by Timothy Crone, a University of Washington doctoral student in oceanography. It's promptin...
Highlights from the July 2007 Journal of the American Dietetic Association
... More than 63 percent of the children chose french fry
portions that were larger than American and Canadian dietary recommendations, with boys more than twice as likely as girls to select bigger portions. Significantly larger portions for meat and chips were selected by about 78 percent the children; for...
American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- July 11, 2007
...nic circuitry and can cause electrical shorts that fry
circuit boards. Just as a tiny blood clot can fell a seemingly hale human, a tin whisker can bring an electronic device to its knees, writes C&EN senior editor Sophie L. Rovner. Electrical shorts caused by growth of these needle-like crystals ha...