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Thermal batteries that store solar and wind power

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 70. The future of pharma in 3 acts, no.2. The promises of biology

Iron powder as an energy carrier

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 69. The future of pharma in 3 acts, no. 1. More of the same

Ten times as much solar energy

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 68. Limits to healthcare

Against desertification

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 67. Technological development, major changes

Towards methane mitigation

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 66. The evolutionary arms race

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 65. Limits to human power

Seaweed, a versatile crop

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 64. Fungal infections

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 63. Modern vaccines

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 62. Herbal medicine

A plant-based diet would have a major impact on climate change

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 61. Herbal antibiotics, cinnamon

Are mutation rates constant? Evolution theory still in development

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 60. Herbal antibiotics: garlic

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 59. Phytomedicines, what does actually work?

Low-tech and its benefits for sustainability

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 58. Natural medicines

Market introduction of PHAs

Chemistry vs. antibiotics, # 57. Phage therapy, a promising alternative to antibiotics?

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 56. Bacteriophages, almost forgotten, but….

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 55. Antibiotics and the intestinal flora

Fungi for healthy forests

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 54. If chemistry and biotech join forces

Methane emissions cause concern

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 53. If chemistry loses

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 52. Prospect of new tools??

Defy death – will they ever succeed?

Chemistry vs. bacteria, #51. The story of lefamulin, how not to proceed

A Marshall plan for European solar PV production capacity

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 50. Resistance, a second look

Ban plastics? Back to science-based material policy

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 49. Further along trodden paths?

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 48. The search for new antibiotics, 2000-2020

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 47. 21st century threats

Biological crop protection