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27 July 2017
Wood has been vital in the development of human civilisation. Brian Clegg looks at the compound at its heart
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One of the few technical mistakes the Germans made in the first world war
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6 July 2017
The enzyme that helps us turn milk into cheese is also responsible for the biggest commercial success story of any genetically modified organism
4 July 2017
Everything you need to know about everything we don’t yet know
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One of the most popular plastics of the early 20th century was accidentally invented by a cat, as Kat Arney finds out.
22 June 2017
Despite early setbacks, this conducting crystal shows great promise across a wide range of electronics
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A compound found in mineral water that is also used in medical treatments and solar cells
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A group of compounds that resemble machine parts could pave the way for molecular robots
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