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Chemistry World June 2009
Chemistry World Podcast
01.30: Dinosaur protein discovered in fossil
03.51: Does green fluorescent protein carry out 'animal photosynthesis'?
07.06: Frog foams - Alan Cooper describes a novel set of biomolecules
13.44: Double-action solar cells on the horizon
16.22: Metal-reinforced spider silk unravelled
18.33: Ice can reveal an ancient methane source, says Vas Petrenko
25.58: Power stations to make hydrogen
28.53: Diabetes control with glucose-sensing nanoparticles
32.40: The chemical conundrum - what were the ancient Incas mining when they inadvertently released mercury into the Andes mountains?
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26 April 2009
Green fluorescent marker protein found in exotic marine animals can convert light into chemical energy
Tropical frogs create remarkable foams to protect their spawn. Exploration of the underlying chemistry has only just begun, as Michael Gross discovers
01 May 2009
An efficient new dye-based solar energy system could built into a doubly-active solar cell
23 April 2009
Scientists further strengthen a biomaterial already tougher than most man-made fibres
23 April 2009
Analysis of methane in ancient ice suggests wetlands emitted vast quantities of the gas
28 April 2009
New catalyst could be used to convert methane to hydrogen during power generation
07 May 2009
Polymer nanoparticles that release insulin in response to changes in glucose concentration offer improved treatment for diabetes
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