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1.50: Heart cells used as pumps for labs on chips
4.10: The morning after pill could prevent breast cancer
6.10: Steve Scott from the University of Toronto explains how the very deep ocean could be mined for mineral treasure
11.30: How a washing machine threw one regulatory agency into a nanotechnology spin
14.50: Sue Ferns from Prospect, the union representing public sector sciences, tells us how an erosion of funding is threatening this area of research
18.50: 'Friendly' bacteria help treat cancer
21.30: Defra-commissioned organophosphate study gets a reprieve, but how much damage has been done by the delay. Lead researcher Sarah Mackenzie-Ross from University College London explains 25.50: Europe finally agrees on the most complicated piece of legislation regulating chemicals
30.00: Derek Lowe tells the story of the worst clinical trial failure to hit the drug industry in many years: Pfizer's much anticipated torcetrapib
34.00: Nanoparticles in exhaust fumes could be a previously overlooked health risk
36.30: And finally, what made the first Christmas crackers go 'bang'?
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