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14 December 2016
Neil Withers examines a compound with the ‘wrong’ number of bonds
7 December 2016
Jamie Durrani introduces one of the biggest selling pharmaceuticals in history, the ‘mother’s little helper’: Diazepam
30 November 2016
Did this insidious plant poison kill a hiker in Alaska?
23 November 2016
Kat Arney illuminates the story of a molecular ‘highlighter pen’ for growing cells
16 November 2016
The blondest blonde, the whitest smile, the clearest complexion – all from one essential compound
9 November 2016
The taste of American chocolate divides continents. Louise Crane reveals the ingredient that explains why
2 November 2016
Kat Arney explains how a protein that repairs broken DNA holds the key to killing cancer cells – but only if you stop it from doing its job
26 October 2016
From medicine to the military, this compound makes lasers for a range of applications
19 October 2016
Louise Crane documents the rise and fall of Gabapentin – from ‘wonder drug’ to illicit substance in just 50 years
12 October 2016
The story of one of the most ubiquitous artificial compounds
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