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Chemistry World Book Club podcast – Scientific paper writing

11 May 2016 Podcast | Monthly

This month, we discuss how to write quality scientific papers

Chemistry World Book Club podcast – Why science is sexist

18 April 2016 Podcast | Monthly

This month we discuss unconscious bias and other reasons why science is sexist

Chemistry World Book Club podcast – Elements of Power

10 March 2016 Podcast | Monthly

This month we learn of the problems that arise from mining rare metals in David Abraham's The Elements of Power

Chemistry World Book Club podcast – Adventures in the Anthropocene

12 February 2016 Podcast | Monthly

This month we consider the dawning of a new epoch as we discuss Gaia Vince's Adventures in the Anthropocene

Chemistry World Book Club podcast – Thing explainer

5 January 2016 Podcast | Monthly

Our book club podcast considers simple language in science as we discuss Randall Munroe's new book, Thing explainer.

Chemistry World podcast – December 2015

9 December 2015 Podcast | Monthly

This month, we learn how to leave the calories out of fine chocolate, and discover the earth might be older than we thought

Chemistry World Book Club podcast – Why does asparagus make your wee smell?

4 December 2015 Podcast | Monthly

In this podcast, we learn why does asparagus make your wee smell, as we discuss Andy Brunning's new book

Chemistry World podcast – November 2015

9 November 2015 Podcast | Monthly

This month we meet chemisty Nobel winner,Thomas Lindahl, and we learn how bio-markers might be used to determine the time of death

Chemistry World Book Club podcast - Scientific Babel

5 November 2015 Podcast | Monthly

We probe the nature of scientific language with Michael Gordin's bestseller, Scientific Babel

Chemistry World podcast – October 2015

19 October 2015 Podcast | Monthly

This month, we chart a course through chemical space and discover the potential problems of cleaning up Sellafield

Chemistry World Book Club podcast – A is for Arsenic

1 October 2015 Podcast | Monthly

In the first of a brand new podcast series, we get together to discuss 'A is for Arsenic: the poisons of Agatha Christie'

Chemistry World podcast – September 2015

1 September 2015 Podcast | Monthly

In this months podcast, we discuss Ebola and malaria vaccines in the pipeline, the history of peer review, and managing the mountain of chemical data

Chemistry World podcast – August2015

1 August 2015 Podcast | Monthly

In this space special, we learn how to study comets surfaces, and speak to a Nobel Prize winner about his 20-year-old prediction proving to be correct

Chemistry World podcast – July 2015

1 July 2015 Podcast | Monthly

We ask, does graphene live up to the hype, and discuss injectable electronics that unfold in the brain

Chemistry World podcast – June 2015

3 June 2015 Podcast | Monthly

What makes food sweet? How do we protect against food alteration? New e-paper, and possible treatment for ebola

Chemistry World podcast – May 2015

1 May 2015 Podcast | Monthly

We find out how nanotoxicology could be holding back development, and ask if 'patent or perish' should be the new academic adage

Chemistry World podcast – April 2015

3 April 2015 Podcast | Monthly

How do you smell? We discuss a controversial theory about odour detection, and investigate forensic toxicology

Chemistry World podcast – March 2015

5 March 2015 Podcast | Monthly

How cephalopods teach chemists about camouflage, and new ways to convert carbon dioxide into useful materials

Chemistry World podcast - February 2015

5 February 2015 Podcast | Monthly

Cannabis, peanuts and explosive investigations – all in the February 2015 Chemistry World podcast

Chemistry World podcast - January 2015

1 January 2015 Podcast | Monthly

How a new nanoparticle iron supplement can treat anaemia, and a run down of chemists in the new year honours

Chemistry World podcast - December 2014

4 December 2014 Podcast | Monthly

How nitrogen can make green explosives and why molecular communication might produce chatty nanobots

Chemistry World podcast - November 2014

3 November 2014 Podcast | Monthly

We speak to Eric Betzig about his Nobel prize-winning research, and find out how thermoelectric materials can be made more efficient

Chemistry World podcast - October 2014

3 October 2014 Podcast | Monthly

We speak to Jason Sello about the hunt for new antibiotics, and Monique Simmonds explains the chemical role of botanical gardens

Chemistry World podcast - September 2014

5 September 2014 Podcast | Monthly

We speak to Paul Clarke about the challenges of natural product synthesis and discuss the pros and cons of perovskite solar cells

Chemistry World podcast - August 2014

5 August 2014 Podcast | Monthly

This month, how artificial comets may explain the origins of asymmetry in life. Plus, we speak to Martyn Poliakoff