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    • From the archives: the chemistry of crime fiction – podcast
      The Science Weekly team are taking a summer break – well, some of them – and so we’re bringing you an episode from the archive. And not just any episode, one of Nicola Davis’s favourites. Back in 2017, Nicola sat down with with Dr Kathryn Har…
      - 1 day ago, 13 Aug 20, 12:00am -
    • Coronavirus vaccine: Oxford team aim to start lab-controlled human trial soon
      Jenner Institute at Oxford looks to recruit healthy volunteers for controversial ‘challenge trial’Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe team behind the Oxford Covid-19 vaccine hope to begin tests on volunteers who will…
      - 29 days ago, 16 Jul 20, 12:11pm -
    • ‘The wondrous map’: how unlocking human DNA changed the course of science
      Thanks to the success of the Human Genome Project, 20 years ago this week, scientists can track biology and disease at a molecular level Twenty years ago this week, an international group of scientists announced it had put together the first genetic…
      - 54 days ago, 21 Jun 20, 3:19am -
    • Peter Day obituary
      Chemist whose study of the way atoms transfer energy within materials led to the creation of lithium ion batteries and solar cellsAlthough everything is made of elements, and the periodic table of the elements is the bible of chemistry, until the 196…
      - 57 days ago, 18 Jun 20, 10:32am -
    • Raoul Feld obituary
      My father, Raoul Feld, who has died aged 89, was an expert on titanium – a light, metallic element whose compounds have many uses in modern life, and which he researched while working for many years with the Laporte chemical company. In particular…
      - 67 days ago, 8 Jun 20, 12:10pm -
    • GSK to produce 1bn doses of coronavirus vaccine booster in 2021
      World’s largest vaccine maker in talks with governments over manufacturing expansionCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageGlaxoSmithKline plans to produce 1bn doses of vaccine efficacy boosters, or adjuvants, next year for u…
      - 78 days ago, 28 May 20, 4:57am -
    • French tests show even mild coronavirus illness leads to antibodies
      Study raises hope of immunity even for those without severe symptomsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageA medical study in France suggests even mild cases of coronavirus infection, not requiring hospital treatment, produce a…
      - 79 days ago, 27 May 20, 11:52am -
    • The science of making sourdough bread
      The transformation of dough into a loaf is chemistry in action. With a bit of physics and microbiology. And love…If bread is rising, sourdough is soaring. Along with pasta and toilet rolls, flour was among the first products to vanish from supermar…
      - 83 days ago, 23 May 20, 9:00am -
    • The end of plastic? New plant-based bottles will degrade in a year
      Carlsberg and Coca-Cola back pioneering project to make ‘all-plant’ drinks bottlesBeer and soft drinks could soon be sipped from “all-plant” bottles under new plans to turn sustainably grown crops into plastic in partnership with major bevera…
      - 90 days ago, 16 May 20, 8:05am -
    • Covid-19: how do you find drugs to treat the disease? – Science Weekly Podcast
      Hannah Devlin speaks to Dr Miraz Rahman about how to find drugs to treat a new disease like Covid-19, and discusses repurposing old drugs such as the anti-malaria medicine hydroxychloroquine Continue reading...
      - 23 Apr 20, 12:00am -

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