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Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 29. The Gist factory, from illegal to global player

Integration of PV into the economy

Ambitions for solar energy

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 28. The success of Bacinol

Interlocked banks, natural constructions

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 27. Development of penicillin in the Netherlands

Green roofs

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 26. Penicillin development outside the US and UK

Carbon Take Back Obligation: make sure fossil fuels producers take responsibility for cleaning up CO2

Sustainable materials policy? Try bans and taxes

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 25. Looking back and going forward

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 24. Chemical formulae

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 23. Credit where credit’s due?

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 22. ‘America First’

Ecomimicry: enriching urban landscapes

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 21. Still no kilo available

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 20. Scaling up

Meat alternatives on the rise

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 19. The battle of Britain

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 18. Penicillin beats the sulfas!

Bioweapons and super soldiers, genetic technology for warfare

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 17. The Oxford team

Solar and wind energy: increasing recognition

Towards net zero carbon emissions

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 16. The Sulfas have the upper hand

Marijuana: what we know and don’t now

Chemistry vs. antibiotics, # 15. Historic antibacterial agents

Good prospects for alternative leathers

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 14. Riddles and coincidence

The power of subtlety

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 13. November 1921 and September 1928

Gene transfer, a new mechanism

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 12. Lessons learned

Seaweed as a source of food and useful compounds

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 11. Pride comes before a fall

Forest gardening – producing food in biodiversity

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 10. International recognition

Pitfalls in nuclear energy risk analysis

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 9. In the crossfire

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 8. The success of the sulfas; with a black rim

A transition that makes use of existing energy infrastructure

Chemistry vs. bacteria, episode 7. Aspirin

CO2 utilization, a growth sector

Who are we? The microbiome revisted

Chemistry vs. bacteria, episode 6. Gerhard Domagk and Prontosil, the first sulfa drug

Wooden windows

100 years of chemistry vs. bacteria, episode 5. A colourful foreplay

Chemicals and materials industry needs to innovate

Cheap energy storage speeds up

100 years of chemistry vs. bacteria, episode 4. The rise of chemistry

100 years of chemistry vs. bacteria, episode 3. Mercurochrome, Ehrlich’s chemotherapy the American way

Renewables versus nuclear – a choice already made

Energy policy: don’t just choose low-carbon – create a new energy system

100 years of chemistry vs. bacteria, episode 2. Paul Ehrlich, Salvarsan and chemotherapy

100 years of chemistry vs. bacteria, episode 1. Louis Pasteur vs. Robert Koch

The 100 year war between chemistry and bacteria, in 100 episodes