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Food left out for more than two hours at room temperature can spoil. Keep lunches safe and delicious. Learn the chemistry behind how insulated lunch boxes work.
From veggie casseroles to pie, chemistry is enabling tasty feasts...
It Depends on Dose & Duration of Exposure
Chemistry can help young athletes hit the ground running in more ways than you might think.
Vaccines save an estimated 2.5 million lives every year from infectious diseases. Let's take a closer look!
You don’t have to be a scientist to understand the many ways plastics are useful.
Why are ingredient labels so complex?
Learn about the science behind how chemicals interact with the body’s endocrine system.
We rely upon plastic to help store leftovers and keep foods fresh. Did you know that some plastics are specifically designed to withstand use in the microwave?
Learn more about the primary federal regulation overseeing the safety of chemical products—the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) and bipartisan efforts to update the law.
What’s the difference between styrene and polystyrene? Although the names sound familiar, styrene and polystyrene are different and have completely different properties.
Even Mother Nature knows that chemicals are naturally in everything, including the healthiest, most delicious foods.
Learn the truth about chemicals in commerce here.
Three infographics help put chemical exposures in perspective.