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This week in chemistry - tarantula toxins, the smell of comets, and an iridium +9 compound.

This Week in Chemistry includes stories on increasing antimicrobial potency, molecules that could inhibit HIV's replication, and more.

14-11-02 TWIC. Click 'visit site' for links to featured studies!

This Week in Chemistry - Increasing Antimicrobial Potency, & a Potential HIV Inhibitor

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- This Week in Chemistry Really hope that there are more developments of that fabric, charging my phone while I go for a walk/run sounds good to me!

15-02-22 - This Week in Chemistry

This Week in Chemistry: Nature's Strongest Material, & Infrared Invisibility

Here’s the weekly summary of both new chemistry research and studies that have been in the news. This week features an ice-resistant polymer that mimics the structure of penguin feathers, how commo…

Here’s the weekly summary of both new chemistry research and studies that have been in the news. This week features an ice-resistant polymer that mimics the structure of penguin feathers, how commo…

This week in chemistry has seen an ‘armoured’ battery developed, which could help reduce injury in cases where children accidentally swallow them, as well as a new method for producing …

Here’s the weekly summary of both new chemistry research and studies that have been in the news. This week features research on removing chlorine-containing compounds from fireworks, a book that us…

14-11-16 This week in Chemistry I've always wondered what made blood smell so distinct ... well there we go :) Chemistry people it's amazing

This Week in Chemistry: bulletproof graphene, making solar cell surfaces from blu-ray discs, and more.

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