The Peeps experiments: A seasonal celebration of science

Emory Report | April 17, 2019

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It’s that time of year again when Peepus Marshmalleous, commonly known as Peeps, pop up everywhere — even in an Emory University chemistry lab.

Emory's groundbreaking Peeps research began in 1999 when researchers Gary Falcon and James Zimming investigated the effects of smoking and alcohol on Peeps health and performed the medical miracle of separating quintuplet Peep siblings, conjoined at birth. You can read more here: peepresearch

Douglas Mulford, senior lecturer for the Department of Chemistry, continues the tradition by treating students every Spring to a Peeps show. See the video above.