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Chemistry World July 2010
Chemistry World Podcast
01.29: Vodka's molecular cocktail
05.04: Antibacterial silver nanoparticles grown in bacteria
08.03: Todd Sacktor from SUNY Downstate Medical Center, New York, US, explains how memories can be wiped clean away
14.38: Noodly 'cell wires' to patch up heart or spinal cord damage
16.47: Colour change test for brain chemicals
19.30: Qiagen's Steve Little tries to convince us that medicine really is getting personal
26.38: Introducing Synthia - the first synthetic cell
29.50: Nicotine hit at the flick of a switch
Joke of the month: Do you have a mole problem? Who are you going to call?
Winner: Stephanie Piri from Gibraltar
Please send us your favourite chemistry jokes for next month's podcast to chemistryworld_at_rsc.org
Read more about this month's stories
27 May 2010
Not all vodkas are created equal - research suggests the spirit's molecular make up could influence drinkers' preferences
04 June 2010
Silver nanoparticles made using bacteria have better antibacterial properties than their chemically synthesised counterparts
The ability to wipe out traumatic memories is just around the corner. Katrina Megget looks into the science of forgetting
13 June 2010
Nano-sized noodle-like strings containing living cells could have exciting applications in tissue repair
15 June 2010
New glucose detection system based on gold nanoparticles hopes to simplify the study of brain chemistry
Healthcare tailored to suit the genetic makeup of the patient is finally coming to fruition, as Anna Lewcock reports
20 May 2010
The Venter Institute unveils its man-made microbe - a chemically synthesised genome housed in a naturally grown cell
14 June 2010
Carbon nanotubes used in skin patch drug delivery system could form next generation nicotine replacement therapy
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