Articles tagged with pseudoscience
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Can we live without E-numbers?
23rd August 2011
E-numbers are often seen as the nemesis of a healthy diet, yet we eat them every day – why? Discuss with Dr David Baines.
Functional Foods: Sound Science or Marketing Hype?
21st June 2011
Do functional foods, like probiotics, prebiotics and superfoods, actually work? Or is it all marketing hype? Bob Rastall analyses a shopping basket in our latest Café RSC discussion.
Science on the Silver Screen
25th May 2011
Is there science on the silver screen? Celebrate Towel Day as journalist and author Michael Hanlon explores the science of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
A little light relief
10th March 2011
David Phillips, President of the Royal Society of Chemistry, demonstrates the truths and the fallacies behind the ancient belief in the healing powers of light.
10th December 2010
Is there science in sci-fi? Journalist and author Michael Hanlon explores the science of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
World's most attractive woman
20th August 2010
Even brass coins apparently stick to this magnetic mum
9th August 2010
The RSC's offer of a £1million bounty for a 100% chemical free product has attracted the good, the bad and the downright ridiculous
29th July 2010
Which? Magazine declares washing machine eco-balls and dryerballs as "a waste of money", and the supposed science behind them leaves a lot to be desired too