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Chemistry World Podcast
01:46 News: Neolithic Europeans were lactose intolerant
04:12 News: Why obesity disrupts the brain's ability to control appetite
06:14 Interview: Developed nations are paying developing countries billions of pounds to produce harmful refrigerant gases. Climate change lawyer Michael Wara explains why and how it can be stopped
11:20 News: The first graphene transistors
14:20 News: Research on a protein barring HIV from infecting cells may explain the failings of HIV microbicide gels
16:52 Interview: Strontium isotopes can track birds' migration patterns, as Laura Font of Durham University, UK, explains
20:51 News: The world's blackest material unveiled
23:04 News: Cold fusion makes comeback atchemistry conference
25:34 And finally: Last month's saltyconundrum explained. And your new challenge: what's the most uselesselement?
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