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The Chemistry Podcast from Nature
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We're showcasing two new ways to deliver drugs more effectively in this show, using nano-carriers and superbly picky compounds. Plus, a tale of two catalysts, and reporter Katharine Sanderson finds out why green fluorescent protein glows.
Published 12/21/09
Ribosomes are the stars of this show, as we chat to two scientists awarded this year's Nobel Prize in Chemistry for figuring out their structure, and find out how they're being reprogrammed to use artificial amino acids. Plus: polymer-based solar cells, nanoparticle assembly, and a round-up of...
Published 10/26/09
In this episode, host Mark Peplow talks to the scientists behind mini DNA 'circuit boards', protein sensing with gold nanoparticles, and measuring what happens when you rip an electron from its molecule. Plus, reporter Katharine Sanderson looks into the best way to store hydrogen if you want to...
Published 09/04/09
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