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  • Phil Baran
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    Chemistry World podcast - May 2014

    2014-05-08T00:00:00Z

    We speak to the ‘sultan of synthesis’, Phil Baran, and Peter James explains how labs can save cash on energy bills

  • Painting of a women by Renoir
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    Chemistry World podcast - April 2014

    2014-04-04T00:00:00Z

    Why are researchers boycotting a conference? How can Raman spectroscopy reveal the true colours of paintings? And how can shrimp shells help clean the ocean?

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    February 2013

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    January 2013

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    January Chemistry World Podcast - January 2013 1:05 - The anti-ageing properties of olive oil can even be extended to buildings 4:00 - Potatoes have been bred with lower levels of acrylamides 7:25 - David MacMillan tells us how Princeton's new chemistry building is ...

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    December 2012

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    December Chemistry World Podcast - December 2012 1:15- The latest findings from the Mars Curiosity Rover's chemistry instruments 4:20- The mechanism behind argyria - 'blue man syndrome' - has been discovered 7:28- Tamara Galloway discusses bis-phenol A 13:38- Making sure 'good bacteria' can ...

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    November 2012

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    November Chemistry World Podcast - November 2012 1:25 - How many molecules are in the smallest possible ice-cube? 4:18 - Buildings that sweat may be able to cool themselves without air-conditioning 7:25 - 2012 chemistry Nobel laureate Robert Lefkowtiz tells us about the G-protein-coupled ...

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    October 2012

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    October Chemistry World Podcast - October 2012 1:05 - How on earth can crab shells help beat smelly shoes? 3:50 - A serendipitous discovery has solved the paradox behind where methane in the world's oceans comes from 6:38 - Amanda Wright tells us about nutraceuticals - food with benefits beyond ...

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    September 2012

    2012-09-01T00:00:00Z

    September Chemistry World Podcast - September 2012 1:08 - Will the Curiosity rover be able to find life on Mars? 4:34 - Fluorine - the most reactive element - has been found in nature 7:38 - Ruth Mcnerney discusses the challenges in detecting and treating tuberculosis 15:36 - Can a ...

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    August 2012

    2012-08-01T00:00:00Z

    August Chemistry World Podcast - August 2012 1:10 - Anti-social amino acids and the disease phenylketonuria 3:38 - Several papers claiming to break the 'oxo wall' have been retracted 7:34 - Andrew Harrison tells us about the neutron diffraction and spectroscopy experiments carried out at the ILL ...

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    July 2012

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    July Chemistry World Podcast - July 2012 1:00 - How does your buckyball grow? 7:47 - Performance nutritionist Mayur Ranchordas tells us what Olympic athletes should be eating and drinking 16:50 - Which energy-saving light bulb is best for sensitive skin? 19:15 - Computations ...

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    June 2012

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    June Chemistry World Podcast - June 2012 0:54 - Binning is best choice for drug disposal 5:30 - Silicene seen for the first time 8:05 - Henry Snaith on developing dyes to harness solar energy 15:31 - Size and shape change Suzuki rates 19:28 - Celebratory science with champagne expert ...

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    May 2012

    2012-05-01T00:00:00Z

    Chemistry World podcast - May 2012 1:08 - A temporary tattoo measures athletic performance 3:46 - A graphene tooth tattoo detects bacteria 6:42 - Graham Turnbull is sensing explosives with his electronic nose 13:49 - Solving the source of static ...

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    April 2012

    2012-04-01T00:00:00Z

    Chemistry World podcast - April 2012 0:53 - A thermometer that can measure temperatures within a cell 2:55 - In space, tiny diamonds are made from carbon onions 6:27 - Michael Hamblin sheds light on photodynamic therapy 13:23 - Usurping the functional group hierarchy ...

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    March 2012

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    Chemistry World podcast - March 2012 0:37 - Calculations find a quadruple carbon-carbon bond 4:18 - Graphene sheets are made irridescent and superhydrophobic 7:10 - Paul Kelly discusses an accidental discovery that led to a novel fingerprinting method 14:20 - Cooperative chemistry gives rotaxanes with multiple rings in surprisingly ...

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    February 2012

    2012-02-01T00:00:00Z

    Chemistry World podcast - February 2012 1.07 - Determining the age of bloodstains using fluorescence 3.51 - Magnetic nanoparticles to remove cadmium from blood 6.07 - Paul Bertsch discusses using worms to investigate the effects of silver nanoparticles in the environment 12.12 - Controlling termite populations ...

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    January 2012

    2012-01-01T00:00:00Z

    Chemistry World podcast - January 2012 1:05 - Caffeine content of high-street espressos 5:08 - A zombie reaction rises from the dead 7:53 - Antony Williams discusses collating chemical data and the ChemSpider database 14:57 - Crab shell used to create a transparent plastic 17:40 - A homonuclear diatomic ...

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    November 2011

    2011-11-01T00:00:00Z

    Chemistry World Podcast - November 2011 01:22 - World's longest carbon-carbon bond created 04:20 - Pitcher plant inspires ultimate non-stick surface 07:54 - NASA's John Grotzinger discusses the difficulties of getting the Curiosity rover to Mars with its massive payload of analytical instruments, and what it will do when it ...

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    October 2011

    2011-10-01T00:00:00Z

    Chemistry World Podcast -October 2011 1:05 - Microscopy reveals why ketchup squirts 5:07 - Toyota create first magnesium-sulfur rechargeable battery 7:20 - Paul Shearing explains why you might want to swap your home boiler for a fuel cell 14:30 - Two for one - cleaning ...

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    September 2011

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    Chemistry World Podcast - September 2011 1:05 - Tequila for your fuel tank 3:02 - Possible origin of chirality in the RNA world 6:47 - Neil Fox explains why diamond is a chemist's best friend for generating electrical power from sunlight because of its unique properties 12:57 - Spotlight on ...

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    August 2011

    2011-08-01T00:00:00Z

    Chemistry World Podcast -August 2011 1:33 - Rollerball writes electronics straight to paper 3:30 - Dinosaur smile reveals secret to staying cool 6:05 - Julie Forman-Kay reveals that disordered, unfolded proteins are much more functional and much more common than previously thought 13:00 - ...