Tidbits: all of Harvard’s science and cooking videos, a cheap home centrifuge, and how most people misunderstand nutrition

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I just finished writing up a handy guide to other websites that post stuff about science and cooking. Included in there are links to all the Harvard Science and Cooking videos, in the order in which they were presented, which apparently some people have been looking for.

And in case you missed it, take a look at Naveen’s behind-the-scenes peek at how he adapted the Harvard curriculum into a summer two-week program for 20 schoolkids.

The theme for the week is collaboration. There are some really great folks out there doing interesting work, and many are just a tweet, comment, or email away.

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About Kevin Liu

Kevin Liu is a hopeless food geek obsessed with bacon, kale, and cocktails (but not usually all at once). You can follow him at @kevinkliu. Kevin is an editor at Science Fare.

3 Responses to Tidbits: all of Harvard’s science and cooking videos, a cheap home centrifuge, and how most people misunderstand nutrition

  1. AJD August 27, 2012 at 3:22 pm #

    I’m very interested in the Kitchen Stories network because I’m teaching a course called “Gastrophysics: The Science of Cooking” this fall. Dave Weitz has graciously provided me with a lot of material from the Harvard course. I’d like to make some other connections.

    • Kevin Liu August 29, 2012 at 7:42 pm #

      @AJD,

      Sorry for the slow response – it’s been a really busy week at work. I’ll get your info forwarded right away!

  2. Colin Gore September 2, 2012 at 12:16 am #

    Kevin,

    I’m obviously interested. What further details do you need from me? I contacted Eric Fooladi about this as well. Does the group have some momentum since December?

    Regards,
    Colin