China supports the thesis of a “color revolution” in Kazakhstan

China supports the thesis of a color revolution in Kazakhstan

Chinese President Xi Jinping during his Happy New Year speech in Beijing on December 31, 2021. LI XIANG / AP China seems to be perfectly accommodating to the intervention of Russian forces in Kazakhstan, after the request of President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, faced since January 2 with a massive popular protest movement. On Monday January 10, … Read more

Despite cleaner air, pollution disparities for people of color remain across the US

Journal Reference: Jiawen Liu, Lara P. Clark, Matthew J. Bechle, Anjum Hajat, Sun-Young Kim, Allen L. Robinson, Lianne Sheppard, Adam A. Szpiro, Julian D. Marshall. Disparities in Air Pollution Exposure in the United States by Race/Ethnicity and Income, 1990–2010. Environmental Health Perspectives, 2021; 129 (12) DOI: 10.1289/EHP8584 University of Washington researchers investigated disparities in exposure … Read more

Radishes and grapes in the bus shelter, in the meeting room and in your lunch box – Give Color Door should make us eat more fruit and vegetables – Foodlog

Radishes and grapes in the bus shelter in the meeting

The professional jury selected 39 nominees from all applications. Between December 13 and January 16, consumers can choose their favorites via by stemwebsite. What have you been nominated for?Anne Marie Borgdorff: “We have been nominated with the Give Color campaign, an initiative of the National Action Plan for Fruit and Vegetables and the Food Cabinet … Read more

Dinosaur faces and feet may have popped with color

Journal Reference: Sarah N. Davis, Julia A. Clarke. Estimating the distribution of carotenoid coloration in skin and integumentary structures of birds and extinct dinosaurs. Evolution, 2021; DOI: 10.1111/evo.14393 There’s a good chance that extinct dinosaurs rocked pops of color on similar body parts and may have flashed their colors to entice mates, just as birds … Read more

Wild blue surprise: X-ray beam explores food color protein

Journal Reference: Ying Li, Richard Gillilan, Alireza Abbaspourrad. Tuning C-Phycocyanin Photoactivity via pH-Mediated Assembly–Disassembly. Biomacromolecules, 2021; DOI: 10.1021/acs.biomac.1c01095 A fun food colorant with a scientific name — phycocyanin — provides a vivid blue pigment that food companies crave, but it can be unstable when placed in soft drinks and sport beverages, and then lose its … Read more

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