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Cinnamaldehyde: Chemistry in its element
How did a tree bark from Sri Lanka become one of the essential flavours of the festive season? We explore the history...
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Azidoazide azide: Chemistry in its element
A compound so explosively unstable that nobody has been able to measure how sensitive it is without it, well,...
Ochre: Chemistry in its element
How one of mankind's oldest pigments helped shepherds secure their sheep and inspired one of the most popular songs...
Maltodextrin: Chemistry in its element
A sweet compound that provides ample energy for extreme endurance events – find out how maltodextrin helped...
Ionic liquids: Chemistry in its element
Liquid salts, ionic melts, fused salts, or ionic glasses – call them what you like, these much-hyped solvents...
Chlorhexidine: Chemistry in its element
An antimicrobial compound that kills bacteria and viruses quickly – found in some of the most colourful...
Asparagusic acid: Chemistry in its element
Does asparagus give you foul-smelling urine? Helen Arney investigates asparagusic acid, and the lavatorial genetic...
Glycyrrhizic acid: Chemistry in its element
A sweet treat with a deadly trick for Halloween – glycyrrhizic acid, or glycyrrhizin, is found in black...
Propofol: Chemistry in its element
Also known as 'milk of amnesia', propofol helps to prevent perception of pain in surgery – just don't forget...
Sofosbuvir: Chemistry in its element
Hepatitis C drug sofosbuvir made waves when first launched – quicker to work and with fewer side effects than...
Bedaquiline: Chemistry in its element
Meera Senthilingam makes a welcome return to the podcast with a drug that gives hope to the many sufferers of...
Oxybenzone: Chemistry in its element
This summer's extreme weather prompts Katrina Krämer to investigate the history of sunblock and the ingredient blamed...
Gypsum: Chemistry in its element
From Lavoisier’s experiments with plaster of paris to the the ‘Sistine Chapel of crystals’ in...
Favipiravir: Chemistry in its element
Originally developed to treat flu and marketed in Japan as Avigan, promising Covid-19 trial results have seen...
Tannic acid: Chemistry in its element
Tannic acid in green acorns can kill wild animals and livestock, but in this podcast Mike Freemantle makes plain that...
Ractopamine: Chemistry in its element
Common in the US but banned in the EU, this animal feed additive makes for muscular pigs and beefy international...
Hexasilabenzene: Chemistry in its element
Brian Clegg discovers what a six-membered silicon ring can tell us about alien life
2AP (2-acetyl-1-pyrroline): Chemistry in its element
Frances Addison on the aromatic compound found in both buttered popcorn and the bearcat’s scent glands, and...
Dexamethasone: Chemistry in its element
News that this cheap, ubiquitous steroid drug may reduce deaths in Covid-19 cases has been greeted with cautious...
Porcelain: Chemistry in its element
Mike Freemantle on the art, history and science of this delicate, translucent ceramic material
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105 - Tumor Suppressor Genes (w/ Pat Faughnan!)
A Bram Stoker Classic from Haunted Places: Ghost Stories
Childbirth (with Tina Cassidy)
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How to Save ‘Hopeless’ Teeth with the Surgical Extrusion Technique – PDP061
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