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Manchester physicists pioneer new super-thin technology
This story announces that physicists at The University of Manchester and The Max-Planck Institute in Germany have created a new kind of a membrane that is only one atom thick -describing it as "a gauze of carbon atoms resembling chicken wire".
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- Chicken and Artichokes Partner Well in a Garlicky Braise
Golden chicken meets silky artichokes in this springtime one-skillet meal.
- On Factory Farms, Chickens and Workers Alike Suffer
An animal rights advocate and a worker safety expert respond to a column by Nicholas Kristof.
- How Many Eggs Does a Chicken Lay in Its Lifetime?
Rough estimates for the first two or three years of laying, when a hen is most highly productive, suggest figures in the high hundreds.
- The Looming Threat of Avian Flu
Last year?s outbreak showed just how difficult it is to protect America?s agricultural system from devastating diseases. Next time it could be even worse.
- Animal Cruelty or the Price of Dinner?
For some reason, dangling a dog by the scruff of its neck is mistreatment, but sometimes scalding a chicken alive is accepted as agribusiness.
- A Nearly Foolproof Method for Golden, Crunchy Chicken Breast
Chicken Milanese, dressed with a kicky olive relish, is easier and faster than regular fried chicken.
- What You Get When You Mix Chickens, China and Climate Change
The pathogens that frighten me most are novel strains of avian influenza.
- Letters to the Editor
Readers react to articles in Science Times.
- Skillet Chicken Swimming in Tomato Sauce
It?s a little more work, but there is a big payoff with this one-pan dish. (Article plus video.)
- Cornish Game Hens Are Worth the Splurge
Often thought of as food for a fancy dinner party, the tiny chickens can accommodate a lemony marinade or quickly absorb the flavors of a spice rub.
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