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

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

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 58. Natural medicines

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

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

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

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 53. If chemistry loses

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

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

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

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

Chemistry vs. bacteria, #46. The decline of modern pharma in three acts. III: cholesterol

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 45. The decline of modern pharma in three acts. II: the empty promises of biotech

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 44. The decline of modern pharma in three acts. I: 1980-2000

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 43. Veterinary use

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 42. Disputable applications

RethinkX, an evaluation

Chemistry vs. bacteria. # 41, Sore throat, runny nose and other unfortunate conditions

Chemistry vs. bacteria. # 40, Leprosy

Chemistry vs. bacteria. Episode 39, TBC

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 38. 1980-2000, new successes – really?

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 37. Cephalosporins, the factory

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 36. Amoxicillin, the factory

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 35. Ampicillin, the factory

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 34. The golden age 1960-1980

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 33. Life can be engineered

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 32. 1950: turning point for the good

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 31. Help from an unexpected source

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 30. Cephalosporins

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

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

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

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

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’

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

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 20. Scaling up

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

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

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 17. The Oxford team

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

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 14. Riddles and coincidence

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

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 12. Lessons learned

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

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 10. International recognition

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 9. In the crossfire

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

Chemistry vs. bacteria, episode 7. Aspirin

Who are we? The microbiome revisted

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

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

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

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

There is no such thing as an individual

Review: biostimulants for sustainable crop production

European generic medicines production after corona

Biomedicines are coming

New superpowers in the pharmaceutical industry?

Has big pharma lost track?

Corona pandemic and energy transition

New antibiotics – their development stagnates. Why?

High hopes for holism

Engineering life will require responsibility and control

Tetraethyl lead, the scandal that never erupted

Geopolitics of information, the next conflict zone

The role of chemistry in the reduction of plastic waste

Food and water as geopolitical assets

We proudly present… More with Less

Bioplastics: end the confusion

Energy storage, its role in the transition

Economists, listen: the earth is NOT a closed system

The shelf life of green chemistry

Towards a sustainable medicines production

Biotechnologically produced food: positioning and profit margin

Psychology of innovation: biotechnology should learn to listen!

Trust is the basis of successful R&D

Energy neutral instead of shale gas free

Logical mistakes on CO2

Sustainable energy: keeping the score. Part 3: fossil fuels with CCS

Sustainable energy: keeping the score. Part 2: The role of sun and wind

Sustainable energy, keeping the score. Part 1: The role of biomass

Respectful treatment of the complexity of biomass

Beyond food/fuel: let the chemical sector be a partner in the fight against hunger