From a 17th-century fish sauce, ketchup evolved into a patent medicine, a carcinogenic health hazard, and eventually, a non-Neutonian fluid. Here’s how 500 years of weird condiment history designed the Heinz ketchup bottle.
HIV-positive mothers need to give drugs to their newborns immediately. But many give birth at home, far from hospitals. A Duke biomedical engineering class has developed the ideal solution.
Scientists at MIT have developed this freaky non-stick coating that keeps ketchup flowing. Amazing solution to an old problem. Also one of the weirdest videos you will see this week.