A Boeing research team is lifting the veil on its new, lightweight metal. The microlattice design and ultrathin walls make for a flexible, durable material that could someday be used in airplanes or cars.
Technically Incorrect: A UK bar is reportedly fined about 100,000 pounds ($155,000) for serving a woman a very unsafe science-based drink in 2012.
Cheesecake with blackcurrant pearls? Rum with coke pearls? Chicken with Tabasco pearls? This super-fun kitchen device will make your modernist cuisine dreams possible.
Spherification is a fun way to produce edible containers for water or other liquids. It isn't difficult to do. Appliance Science shows you how to spherify water and other liquids.
Could a modernist food technique create a new, less wasteful way to package water? Appliance Science looks at the curious chemistry of spherification.
There is, as it turns out, more than one way to unboil an egg -- and the new way carries great potential for the development of pharmaceuticals.
A 3D printer uses 3D printing combined with molecular gastronomy to create 3D "fruits" in a matter of minutes.
Molecule-R makes molecular gastronomy kits for everyday people. Their newest gadget makes scents where no scents have gone before.
The science of cooking gets a new meaning with these prototype appliances inspired by CERN equipment.
The Teatube Test Tube Tea Infuser is a handy way to steep a cup of tea.