How (and why) chemists figured out how to unboil an egg
from The Washington Post
You can't unscramble an egg. But you can unboil it. That's what chemists with University of California, Irvine, and South Australia's Flinders University managed to do, and their findings were published in the journal ChemBioChem. All it took was a chemical solution and a machine that spins at high speeds. No, the study wasn't intended to figure out just how to unboil eggs. These aren't precious commodities. If you accidentally boil one, just grab another. Rather, the eggs were used as a proxy for a much more serious endeavor: making cancer research more time and cost efficient.
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