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Chemistry World March 2009
Chemistry World Podcast
02.03: Exercise capacity of heart failure patients improved
05.00: Molecular thermometer takes cell temperature
07.41: Steve Rimmer discusses creating smart wound treatments
14.12: New theory for nanotube growth
17:07: Combating high cholesterol using an HDL mimic
20.20: Nick Hewitt talks about atmospheric chemistry in the tropics
26.13: Natural ocean iron fertilisation
29.17: Marine sponges show their age
31.55: The chemical conundrum - what is the substance used to remove sediment from Guinness
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