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Chemistry World November 2008
Chemistry World Podcast
02.50: Better than geckos: the glue that clings to walls
05.10: How to cure wrinkles with LEDs
07.45: Martin Chalfie, one of this year's three chemistry Nobel prize winners tells us how his research changed course when he discovered a glowing green jellyfish protein
13.30: Jeff Bada explains how Stanley Miller's 50-year-old origin of life experiments were rediscovered in a lab cupboard
19.45: A gentle solution to the chemical problem of breaking up wood to make biofuel
22.25: How microscopic diving boards can help drug discovery
25.50: What exactly is wrong with the LHC? Brian Cox explains
31.30: This month we have a glowing, sweet chemical conundrum
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