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    November 2009

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    Chemistry World Podcast - November 2009 02.04 - How bubbles in champagne pack in the flavour 04.30 - Iridescent squid provide inspiration for James Bond's car paint 06.28 - Nobel laureate Tom Steitz talks about fame and the ribosome 10.47 - Tom Blundell on designing drugs for HIV 15.15 - ...

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    October 2009

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    Chemistry World Podcast - October 2009 00.11 - Introduction 02.02 -Sniffing out the chemical profile of death 04.42 - Are antioxidants always good for you? 07.53 - James Galloway on concerns that humans are upsetting the nitrogen cycle 14.55 - Is nitrous oxide now the biggest ...

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    September 2009

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    Chemistry World Podcast - September 2009 00:11 - Introduction 02:23 -- Researchers find first liquid protein 04:54 -- Fuel cell catalysts go sub-nano 06:46 -- Paul Docherty talks oxidation with a reducing agent and live blogging 13:54 -- Sticky nanotubes detect bacteria 16:32 -- Computational chemistry predicts flu mutations 19:50 ...

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    August 2009

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    Chemistry World Podcast - August 2009 00:12 - Introduction 01:56 -- Making hydrogen fuel from urine 05:05 -- Cleaning up the dye industry 07:20 -- Brian Merry on the search for the mechanisms of ageing 13:40 -- White phosphorus tamed 16:10 -- ...

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    July 2009

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    Chemistry World Podcast - July 2009 00:12 - Introduction 02:01 -- Finding the toxic species that seed Alzheimer's? 05:10 -- Sugars to stop termites in their tracks 08:05 -- Colin McInnes describes solar sailing 14:41 -- Super-light molecular sponges soak up hydrogen 16:44 -- Nanotubes accelerate ...

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    June 2009

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    Chemistry World Podcast - June 2009 00:12 - Introduction 01:30 -- Dinosaur protein discovered in fossil 03:51 -- Does green fluorescent protein carry out 'animal photosynthesis'? 07:06 -- Frog foams - Alan Cooper describes a novel set of biomolecules 13:44 -- Double-action solar cells on the horizon ...

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    May 2009

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    Chemistry World Podcast - May 2009 00:12 - Introduction 01:57 -- Tackling malaria by reinvigorating current drugs 05:44 -- Gel detectors spot cancer biomarkers 09:01 -- Harry McArdle discusses functional foods that could improve health 15:03 -- Force-sensitive catalysts could help ...

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    April 2009

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    Chemistry World Podcast - April 2009 00:12 -- Introduction 02:11 -- Reading single strands of DNA, base by base 05:01 -- The new electrode material that promises speedy battery charging ...

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    March 2009

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    Chemistry World Podcast - March 2009 00:12 -- Introduction 02:03 -- Exercise capacity of heart failure patients improved 05:00 -- Molecular thermometer takes cell temperature ...

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    February 2009

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    Chemistry World Podcast - February 2009 00:12 -- Introduction 02:13 -- Life on Mars? Carbonates and methane 05:15 -- Chemists edge closer to recreating early life 08:12-- Jeff Long reveals the magic of ...

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    January 2009

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    Chemistry World Podcast - January 2009 00:12 -- Introduction 01:58 -- Chemists take control of robo-moths 04:27 -- Did meteorite strikes seed life on earth? 07:18 -- Fraser Stoddart discusses the impact of Richard Feynman's famous 'Plenty of room at the bottom' talk, fifty ...

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    December 2008

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    Chemistry World Podcast - December 2008 00:10 -- Introduction 02:18 -- Forest fungus makes diesel direct from cellulose 05:12 -- Schemes to trap carbon dioxide in rock 08:04 -- Al Darzins describes the potential biofuel bonanza that is quick-growing microalgae 14:40-- ...

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    November 2008

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    Chemistry World Podcast - November 2008 00:10 -- Introduction 02:40 -- Better than geckos: the glue that clings to walls 05:00 -- How to cure wrinkles with LEDs 07:45 -- Martin Chalfie, one of this year's three chemistry ...

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    October 2008

    2008-10-01T00:00:00Z

    Chemistry World Podcast - October 2008 00:10 -- Introduction 02:09 -- A failed anxiety drug could provide a novel treatment for cancer 04:29 -- A biosensor made from proteins could speed drug development 06:43 -- Fred Vom Saal from the endocrine disrupters ...

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    September 2008

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    Chemistry World Podcast - September 2008 00:10 -- Introduction 02:06 -- Could cancer be diagnosed by smell? 04:32 -- Lighting up cancer with fluorescent imaging to aid surgery 07:05 -- Nancy Rabalais from the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium talks about the growing ...

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    August 2008

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    Chemistry World Podcast - August 2008 00:10 -- Introduction 2:08 -- The moon may not be made of cheese, but it's wetter than expected 5:05 -- Chemistry on Mars 7:10 -- Eric Wolff from the British ...

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    July 2008

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    Chemistry World Podcast - July 2008 00:10 -- Introduction 02:07 -- Taking fingerprints from wiped metal with the help of chemistry 05:00 -- A new way to capture carbon from the air 07:34 -- Synthetic ...

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    June 2008

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    Chemistry World Podcast - June 2008 00:10 -- Introduction 02:00 -- How carbon nanotubes measure the strength of hot chilli sauces 04:14 -- The mystery aroma of Shiraz has been revealed - and it's peppery 07:00 -- Andy Meharg explains his research ...

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    May 2008

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    Chemistry World Podcast - May 2008 (Promo) Brought to you by the Royal Society of Chemistry, this is the Chemistry World Podcast. (End Promo) (00:10 -- Introduction) Interviewer - Chris Smith Hello Chemistry World podcast with Mark Peplow, Victoria Gill, Richard Van Noorden, Ananyo ...

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    April 2008

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    Chemistry World Podcast - April 2008 00.10 Introduction 02.05 How ants tell friend from foe with chemistry 04.48 Your hair knows where you've been 06.53 The battle against malaria; Joe Cohen from GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals and Tom McLean from the Liverpool School of ...