Scientists Discover How to Unboil Hard-Boiled Eggs

Jan 28, 2015 at 4:04 pm |
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Researchers at the University of California, Irvine, have come up with something e(gg)xcellent.

Scientists and chemists have learned how to unboil egg whites— turning them from a solid back into a liquid.

So what is so egg-citing about this breakthrough? It will help lower the production cost of cancer drugs and other expensive medications.

When boiled, proteins stay intact but they change their shape. The old method of getting proteins back to their original conformation took four days. Now, the process can be done in minutes.

We b-egg you to share this scientific breakthrough with your friends.

So we can now unboil eggs, who cares? Well, it’s actually a big deal. Find out why…