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Brains and Beakers: The Color of Green Chemistry

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Published on May 18, 2012

Your shampoo may be brightly colored but that doesn't necessarily mean it's "green." Chemically speaking, that is.

Youth Radio's Brains and Beakers series welcomed Leah Rubin from UC Berkeley's green chemistry lab to discuss ways to make the dyes in our food and hygiene products healthier for our bodies and more sustainable for the environment. Check out the video to learn more about green chemistry and find out how to make your own natural dyes at home.

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