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Chemistry World September 2009
Chemistry World Podcast
02.23: Researchers find first liquid protein
04.54: Fuel cell catalysts go sub-nano
06.46: Paul Docherty talks oxidation with a reducing agent and live blogging
13.54: Sticky nanotubes detect bacteria
16.32: Computational chemistry predicts flu mutations
19.50: Kelly Chibale on drug discovery in South Africa
26.10: Origin of water on Saturn's moon
29.49: Martian methane mystery
33.42: The chemical conundrum - how have scientists managed to erase fearful memories in rats?
Read more about this month's stories
20 July 2009
Chemists in the UK have figured out how to convert pure proteins into a liquid state, without any solvent
20 July 2009
12-atom catalyst particles could help relieve pressure on platinum reserves
27 July 2009
A controversial paper suggesting a strong reducing agent can promote oxidation was rapidly tested in the blogosphere
27 July 2009
Clever nanotubes promise to make spotting bacterial infections as easy as testing for pH
03 August 2009
Researchers have used computational chemistry to try to predict which mutations could lead to dangerous new flu strains
Diseases affecting the developing world have long been neglected, but new partnerships between governments, charities and pharmaceutical firms could change that, says Sarah Houlton...
22 July 2009
Ammonia and organic compounds in icy plumes on one of Saturn's moons provide strong evidence for the existence of liquid water beneath the surface
05 August 2009
Variations in methane concentration across Mars defy our current understanding of methane photochemistry, say French scientists
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