Welcome to the ChemicalSafetyFacts.org Media Resources page, your source for science-based information about chemicals in the products people use every day. Whether you are a journalist, a blogger, or science writer, the infographics, guides and tip sheets highlighted below will provide content for stories on a range of chemistry and scientific topics.
If you are a media professional, we can also help arrange interviews with knowledgeable experts who can provide perspective on the latest scientific research and answer questions about chemicals. Contact Jenny Heumann.
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Safety Information About Food Coloring and Dyes
Enjoying foaming, green beer this month? While Mother Nature makes an impressive array of colors, those that would work as food dyes are limited.
Spring Cleaning? Elbow Grease and Good Chemistry
Cleaning products help prevent the spread of infectious diseases, control indoor allergens, and remove soils, germs, and other contaminants. But are they safe?
How Chlorine Keeps Pools Safe for Summertime Fun
Learn the facts about the chemicals that protect us from harmful bacteria during summer dips in the pool.
Six Ways Chemistry Helps Kids Get Back to School
Get schooled on how chemical compounds help create durable and reliable school supplies, sports equipment and classroom learning aids.
Chemistry’s Role in Your Holiday Celebrations
Connect chemistry to your holiday traditions, from the science of cooking the turkey to filling the breadbasket.
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If you are a media professional, we can also help arrange interviews with knowledgeable experts who can provide perspective on the latest scientific research and answer questions about chemicals.
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