PFAS chemicals, known as "forever chemicals" because they don't break down in nature, can be beheaded with a simple, inexpensive method.
Here is the science behind the coolest chemical reactions that you’ve seen on Reddit, YouTube or elsewhere on the web.
A meteorite found nestled in a horseshoe imprint in England was formed in the early days of the solar system and may contain the building blocks of life.
This Friday (July 9), we will explore the chemistry of milk plastic, (or casein plastic) in our new kids video series: Summer School with Live Science.
Live Science will explore the critical field of engineering in our new kids video series: Summer School with Live Science.
Live Science will explore the eruptive realm of acid-base chemistry in our new kids video series: Summer School with Live Science.
Scientists may finally understand the mysterious transition behind a century-old chemistry experiment involving metals.
A glass tube filled with lightning sparked plenty of attention after it was posted on Reddit this month. Here's the science behind the trick.
Steel wool is absolutely magnificent when lit on fire, as Reddit user ChazDodge showed in a recent video that makes the wiry, burning puff look like the death of the planet Krypton.
Here's how one YouTube user literally dissolved a calculator, creating a surreal and hypnotic video of the cool chemistry.