Author: Chiungwei Huang

Chemists shine a new light on safer pigments, by accident

Chemists shine a new light on safer pigments, by accident

A new non-toxic blue pigment in two centuries has just been discovered. Now the team of chemists set out to find a safer red pigment.

Science communication drives away my graduate anxiety

Science communication drives away my graduate anxiety

I did not know graduate depression was a thing almost a decade ago when I studied for my Master’s degree. I experienced a period of depression symptoms but I did not confide in or consult with anyone. I felt ashamed to talk about my problems.…

Like It or Not, Your Internet Trail is Inevitable

Like It or Not, Your Internet Trail is Inevitable

I love online shopping. On the Internet I can ponder over one pair of shoes a thousand times without any store clerk getting impatient. For that my mom isn’t quite comfortable with. She warns me about hackers stealing my identity from giving out my name, phone…

Nanotechnology in Your Sunscreen: Doing More Harm than Good?

Nanotechnology in Your Sunscreen: Doing More Harm than Good?

While soaking in the sunshine may feel good, and you may have heard about solar ultraviolet (UV) radiation harm, you may not be aware of what’s in your sunscreen. Lee Hong explored the benefits of sunscreen in his post on The Pipettepen, and today, we…