Beating the teapot effect Authors: C. Duez, C. Ybert, C. Clanet, L. Bocquet (Submitted on 17 Oct 2009) Cyrill Duez’s team show that superhydrophobic surfaces stop the tea from wetting the inner surface of the spout and pretty much stop the dripping. Richard Alleyne, science correspondent for the UK Telegraph newspaper, says this backs up [...]
Oregon’s Agricultural Progress articles… Articles about our wheat and barley breeding activities. Kernel Chemistry – wheat Barley world
A new experience for me that’ll hopefully enhance the blog – a photo journalism workshop with National Geographic photographer Flip Nicklin Telling stories with photographs – stay tuned for more.
Link sent by a former student – really amazing culinary art – and beautiful photography http://luxirare.com/parfait/
Starting a class today – Food Polymer Science for graduate students. Getting students engaged is a challenge – even at this level (MS & PhD candidates) – some of them are only doing the course for required credits. So what can we do? Mano Singham in Liberal Education** rails against the traditional “rule-infested, punitive, controlling [...]