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Chemistry World Podcast
02.00 Orchid bees make their memoirs in perfume
04.30 Miniature robots could get to the heart of the problem by sweeping blood vessels clean
06.30 Interview: Stuart Haszeldine, professor of geology at the Scottish Centre for Carbon storage in Edinburgh, UK explains how carbon capture and storage could buy us time in the fight against climate change
12.30 How the hydrogen economy has stalled
17.00 Antimatter made into molecules
19.00 Interview: Stephen Paddison from the University of Tennessee, US reveals how membranes could give fuel cells a boost
24.30 How to organise a huge-scale chemical clean-up
29.00 Could biofuels be bad for the environment?
33.00 Why don't spiders stick to their own webs? And will future archaeologists be finding our whiskey bottles?
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