Mankind's "Alloy" in the War Against Bacteria
Long before the advent of modern medicine and the scientific discovery of germs, ancient healers recognized that copper had medicinal powers. Egyptians used copper to sterilize drinking water and wounds.
- Naturally Antimicrobial, Copper May Also Improve Air Quality
- Copper Roof Crowns Historic Saratoga Track Renovation
- A Penny for Your Tongue
- Copper Under the Microscope
- Copper and Pregnancy
The Serious Cook's Metal of Honor
"There's an intense interest in culinary arts now," says John Milnthorp, business manager for the clad metals division of All-Clad Metalcrafters, which sells millions of dollars a year in copper cookware. The advent of an entire cable TV network, the Food Network, is certainly proof of the increased attention given to food preparation.
- Keeping Copper Cookware Bright
- An Ancient Copper Treasure Map
- An Extension Cord to MARS
- The Scent of Cents
- Hiding Wires in Plain Sight
Got Copper (In Your Diet)?
How important to your health is copper? Could it reduce the risk of osteoporosis and slow the rate of bone loss, or lower the incidence of cardiovascular disease, or reduce pregnancy complications?
- Copper Ions Keep Roofs Clean
- Heating and Cooling "Green" With Copper
- A Copper Dollar in Your Pocket
- Building Better Bridges
Tesla Electric Roadster - Powered by Copper
Electric-powered cars have long been a dream for sci-fi writers, energy producers and automotive enthusiasts. In concept, this goal seems easily attainable, but for years inventors, entrepreneurs, and manufacturers alike have tried and ultimately failed to design a reliable and economically attractive electric vehicle.
- Copper - An Antiaging Element
- Can Copper Increase Brainpower?
- Ultrahigh-speed Copper Ethernet Standard Approved
- Wind Power for Home Heating