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Chemistry World December 2006
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1.35 Antimatter to treat cancer
4.00 Healing threads spun from living cells
6.35 Interview: Peter Cotgreave from CASE (Campaign for science and engineering) discusses the scientific legacy of Lord Sainsbury
11.15 Has the political debate about climate change finally spurred action?
13.30 Interview: science writer Helen Carmichael and Hareg Tardessa tell us how chemistry in Africa is being revived 18.10 Industrial chemicals could be damaging childrens' brains
20.15 New biomarkers for schizophrenia
22.30 Extra funding for science students in the UK
25.00 Pharmaceutical companies lose blockbusters in late stage clinical trials
27.20 Polonium 210 and a very political poisoning
30.10 Why do leave change colour and a very festive chemistry conundrum beholden
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