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Chemistry World March 2011
Chemistry World Podcast
1.22: Cells as test tubes
3.29: Electrons charge down DNA molecular wire
5.58: Kenneth Dawson on the challenges and success stories of nanotechnology
12.33: Pig power for batteries
14.35: BSE pathogens passed on by air
16.38: Joe Thornton on resurrecting ancient proteins to understand how they have evolved to do their jobs
24.00: Gold going it alone
26.13: Worms' diet the key to coloured silk
29.48: How much will it cost to bring green technologies out of the lab and into market?
Read more about this month's stories
06 February 2011
Chemists have used living cells as test tubes to carry out chemical reactions never before seen within living cells.
30 January 2011
DNA can be used as a molecular wire to effectively conduct electricity over long distances without being damaged
Ten years of investment has turned nanotechnology into a booming research and industrial landscape. Fiona Case investigates whether it has lived up to the hype
18 January 2011
Pig bones could improve battery performance
17 January 2011
The infectious misfolded protein molecules that cause mad cow disease can be transmitted in the air, say scientists
A series of mistakes over 3.7 billion years has left us with a spectacular array of protein structures and functions, which are responsible for life itself, writes Bea Perks
02 February 2011
Does gold need help from palladium to catalyse coupling?
15 February 2011
Researchers in Singapore discover which dye molecules alter the colour of the core silk fibre
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