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Chemistry World April 2009
Chemistry World Podcast
02.15: Reading single strands of DNA, base by base
05.05: The new electrode material that promises speedy battery charging
07.46: Jeremy Tomkinson discuses turning rubbish into fuels
14.35: Could naked mole rats help reveal the secrets of aging?
17:20: The inorganic crystals that can be turned into microtubes
19.19: Ned Seeman talks about building shapes and devices from DNA
25.53: The bioelectronic e-nose
29.19: The polymer that can heal its own scratches
31.45: The chemical conundrum - what are the health-giving compounds found in chocolate, particularly dark chocolate, that are believed to be good for your heart
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22 February 2009
A technique to electrically detect DNA bases from a single DNA strand could lead to cheap and simple sequencing
11 March 2009
MIT scientists design a better battery using nanoparticles
The chemistry to convert waste into fuels is now being tested at pilot plants around the world. We may have the science, but are governments and industry ready, asks Emma Davies
16 February 2009
Mole rats reveal that oxidative stress is only half the story
01 March 2009
Polyoxometalate crystals grown into microtubes of controlled size and shape
DNA nanotechnology has moved a long way since its first public appearance in 1991 - and its first applications are already on the horizon, says Michael Gross
17 March 2009
Korean researchers have created a 'bio-electronic' nose that could help explain how our sense of smell works
12 March 2009
Futuristic new polymer uses sunlight to repair surface scratches
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