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A fun way to learn how science applies to kitchen activities

24 October 2012

PUNE: Why do a few drops of iodine turn raw bananas black, but have no effect on ripe bananas? How do you determine the content of vitamin C in colas? How do you measure acidic level of food using red cabbage juice? These and many such intriguing questions about application of science in day-to-day kitchen activities will be answered by scientist Magesh Nandagopal at the ‘exciting science programme’ to be held at the National Chemical Laboratory (NCL) on Pashan Road at 9.30 am on October 28. Entry is free for all students……

Read more: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/pune/A-fun-way-to-learn-how-science-applies-to-kitchen-activities/articleshow/16933638.cms

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Written by csirindia

October 25, 2012 at 5:44 am

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