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Chemistry World Podcast
02.00: How carbon nanotubes measure the strength of hot chilli sauces
04.14: The mystery aroma of Shiraz has been revealed - and it's peppery
07.00: Andy Meharg explains his research measuring potentially dangerous levels of arsenic in rice
10.48: A chemical compass clue to the mystery of bird migration
13.35: Electronics' missing link has been found: the nanoscale memristor
16.54: Andrea Sella laments the vanishing art of glassblowing
22.15: X-ray crystal studies suggest governments should stockpile a selection of bird flu drugs
25.32: Spinach can ward off stomach ulcers, thanks to bacteria in the mouth
27.39: The first artificial element, and this month's wine-based conundrum
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