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Chemistry World November 2009
Chemistry World Podcast
02.04: How bubbles in champagne pack in the flavour
04.30: Iridescent squid provide inspiration for James Bond's car paint
06.28: Nobel laureate Tom Steitz talks about fame and the ribosome
10.47: Tom Blundell on designing drugs for HIV
15.15: The best evidence yet for water on the moon
17.55: Element 114 confirmed after 10 years
19:28: Ben Davis on redesigning nature to diagnose and treat diseases
26.50: The world's thinnest nanowires
28.58: Are sex and grapefruit the keys to eternal youth?
31.40: The chemical conundrum - What acid was used to dissolve Max von Laue and James Franck's Nobel medals to keep them safe during the second world war?
Read more about this month's stories
28 September 2009
Bubbles erupting from the surface of sparkling wines carry a complex mixture of flavour molecules into the air above the glass
23 September 2009
Structural changes in skin cell proteins help some squid to control the iridescence of their skin
Three scientists who revealed the structure and workings of the ribosome have shared the 2009 Nobel prize in chemistry. Phillip Broadwith unravels the story
HIV protease inhibitors have been one of the big successes of rational drug design. Clare Sansom looks at the impact of structural biology on drug discovery
24 September 2009
Water on the moon's surface has been found by three separate space missions
30 September 2009
US scientists confirm the discovery of super-heavy element 114
Work in the fashionable new field of synthetic biology is gathering pace. Hayley Birch looks into some of the latest developments in a rapidly evolving area
29 September 2009
Useful metal nanowires only a single atom thick have been grown inside carbon nanotubes
05 October 2009
A simple naturally occurring polyamine has been found to prolong the lifespan of a number of organisms
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