Materialism: A Materials Science Podcast
An exploration of the past, present, and future of materials science and engineering.
7 months ago

Episode 34: μ: Cookware

Ramsey and Andrew take a look into the surprising science that helps make cooking as easy as can be. They explain the dangers that cooking with some of these materials can create and how to avoid it.

Articles Discussed:

  • 1993 Nese O. AK, Cutting Boards of Plastic and Wood Contaminated Experimentality with Bacteria
  • 2005 Annett Milling, Survival of bacteria on wood and plastic particles: Dependence on wood species and environmental conditions

This episode is sponsored by Matmatch. Check out how they can help you find the perfect material for your next engineering project! This episode is also sponsored by Materials Today, an Elsevier community dedicated to the creation and sharing of materials science knowledge and experience through their peer-reviewed journals, academic conferences, educational webinars, and more.

Thanks to Kolobyte and Alphabot for letting us use their music in the show!

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Materialism Team: Taylor Sparks (co-creator), Ramsey Issa (co-host, production, editing assistance), Andrew Falkowski (co-creator, co-host, production), Jared Duffy (production, marketing, and editing).

Keywords: cooking cook metals ceramics cookware chemicals materials science engineering plastic wood knife pan pot

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