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Chemistry World September 2008
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2.00: Could cancer be diagnosed by smell?
4.30: Lighting up cancer with fluorescent imaging to aid surgery
7.10: Nancy Rabalais from the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium talks about the growing problem of ocean dead zones
14.30: A stretchy conductor that could be made into robot skin
17.00: An electronic tongue that can tell if your Beaujolais is bogus
19.40: Richard Van Noorden explains how a new water-splitting catalyst could be the start of a solar energy revolution
25.00: Can stained glass windows purify church air?
27.30: Chillies get hot to keep fungi away
29.45: The answer to last month's chemistry conundrum and an old-fashioned yet seasonal question
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