Space Candy & 3D-printed Candy

By Science & Food | October 22, 2015 10:00 am

candy corn in space

In space, NASA astronaut Don Pettit uses candy corn for a zero-gravity candy corn demonstration that illustrates how surfactant molecules behave. In Germany, Café Gruen Ohr offers customers the chance to customize their own candy using a 3D printer.

Candy Corn in Space – Science Friday

Candy Store Offers 3D Printed Sweets – ITWeb

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