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Chemistry World August 2010
Chemistry World Podcast
01.31: First graphene touchscreen
03.10: Microspheres help restore eyesight
06.08: Miles Congreve from Heptares Therapeutics talks about targeting G-protein-coupled receptors to develop new therapeutics
14.15: microRNAs may hold key to cocaine addiction
17.28: Wood mimics packaging polymer
19.54: Mark Johnson from Yale University, US, sings the praises of physical chemistry
26.57: Cleaning up organic pollutants
29.43: Magnetic micro-machines made from liquid iron
Joke of the month: Which hydrocarbon is in favour of torture?
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Read more about this month's stories
20 June 2010
Researchers have made a 30-inch touch-screen based on layers of graphene - sheets of carbon a single atom thick
22 July 2010
Polymer microspheres could deliver stem cells to the eyes of patients to help restore sight destroyed by a common eye disease
One route to developing new drugs is to look at targeting the hundreds of G-protein-coupled receptors that are not currently exploited clinically. Clare Sansom investigates
07 July 2010
Molecular mechanism seems to protect against uncontrolled intake of cocaine in rats, providing potential targets for anti-addiction therapies
06 July 2010
Biorenewable polymer could replace synthetic plastic used in water bottles and other food packaging
Physical chemists are finding themselves more in demand than ever. Emma Davies finds out why
01 July 2010
Cleaning up the environment after chemical spills could be made easier thanks to a material that encapsulates pollutant-destroying microorganisms
13 July 2010
Remote control micro-machines made by shining light on ferrofluids
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