IN THIS ISSUE
Science is fascinating. It's everywhere around us and touches every part of our lives. But it's not all dry and dusty. We've gathered a trove of articles and features, some interesting, some challenging, some surprising but hopefully all fun and involving to keep you entertained. There's science in the Garden, science in Food and science in Things To Do. There's even science in Travel. So here's to our celebration of science. We hope you enjoy the experiment.
Current rates of plastic emissions globally may trigger effects that we will not be able to reverse, argues a new study by researchers from Sweden, Norway and Germany published on July 2nd in Science. Read all about it HERE.
Cooking is art and science.
While the technical part of cooking is based on the sciences of chemistry, mathematics and physics, there is no way to remove the creativity from it. Read more HERE.
Teabags, vinegar and baking soda. In the garden?
We've got information on some wonderful garden hacks HERE.
4 Ways to Yummy
Sadly, we bid farewell to Heide Horeth in this issue. We'll miss her gentle wisdom and deft touch with words and wish her all the best for the future. Read here final column HERE.
In Your Corner
Lonnie McKelvey confesses his weakness HERE.
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