Media Mentions

During a recent shower, I grabbed my bottle of body wash—which smells like lavender and has “relaxing” properties—and squeezed. It was dead empty. This left me with the backup plan many girlfriends know well: using your boo’s “manly” body wash. You’ve seen it—dark gray bottle, sometimes...

Every November, millions of Americans tuck into a tasty Thanksgiving dinner, most often a traditional roast turkey with all the trimmings. Come December, they feast all over again. Few of the holiday diners realize, however, that their bodies will continue tasting that meal long after...

After discovering in 2016 that movie audiences emit more volatile organic compounds (VOCs) during stressful scenes, researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry in Germany have expanded on their work by developing a method that they claim can scientifically determine the appropriate age rating...

Two groups of scientists, for similar reasons, are exploring opposite ways of changing how meat is made. One approach grows just the edible parts of the animal; the other tries to simulate meat with plant. Click here to read the full article...