Over the years, different groups of humans have learned how to prevent or treat malaria by using quinine. It seems, though, that none of us are as advanced as sparrows, which have been regularly using quinine to treat themselves during malaria outbreaks for thousands of years.
This is so cool! If you have freshly-cut white flowers and a vase of tonic water, you can make flowers that glow when they're under black light. We'll tell you how.
A little black light, some tonic water, and some Jell-O, and you can have a glowing dessert. It'll will be a treat for the tongue and the mind (mostly for the mind, though).
There's nothing that shows the good, the bad, and the weird outcomes of science quite like quinine. If it weren't a centuries-old cure for the world's most feared disease, a lot of people would be dead, a lot of other people wouldn't be dead, the sun wouldn't have risen on the British empire, and your cocktails would…