Stereotopical Chemistry

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Join us slightly knowledgeable chemists, and laugh along as we discuss current chemistry research topics in a transparent manner. Subscribe to Stereotopical Chemistry by Email

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Description
Join us slightly knowledgeable chemists, and laugh along as we discuss current chemistry research topics in a transparent manner. Subscribe to Stereotopical Chemistry by Email
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-03-09 12:52
last episode published
2016-07-25 19:08
publication frequency
24.79 days
Contributors
Stereo author  
Explicit
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Number of Episodes
16
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Science & Medicine Natural Sciences

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25.07.2016 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/ae/6d/cb/stereotopicalchem51854/1400x1400_10563586.jpg

I Like to Cupric, Cupric!

This episode we take a closer look at how copper plays an important role in our bodies and learn a little history from the Bronze Age to brewage. Article: Dioxygen Binding, Activation, and Reduction to H2O by Cu Enzymes DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.6b0...
25.07.2016

I Like to Cupric, Cupric!

This episode we take a closer look at how copper plays an important role in our bodies and learn a little history from the Bronze Age to brewage. Article: Dioxygen Binding, Activation, and Reduction to H2O by Cu Enzymes DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.6b0...
4.06.2016 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/ae/6d/cb/stereotopicalchem51854/1400x1400_10563586.jpg

We are Living in a Nanomaterial World

In this tubular episode we look at a new technique for creating nanomaterials, find some more secret scientists hidden among us, and peek into medical practices of the past. Article doi: 10.1073/pnas.1517169113 Questions or comments? E-mail us at ste...
4.06.2016

We are Living in a Nanomaterial World

In this tubular episode we look at a new technique for creating nanomaterials, find some more secret scientists hidden among us, and peek into medical practices of the past. Article doi: 10.1073/pnas.1517169113 Questions or comments? E-mail us at ste...
9.05.2016 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/ae/6d/cb/stereotopicalchem51854/1400x1400_10563586.jpg

Iron Enough to Make a Nail...

This week is all about metals. Big ones, little ones, ones that are in rocks. A special guest joins us to explain how metals play a role in our biology and their use in therapeutics. From Antimony to Zinc be le(a)d through that middle bit of the peri...
9.05.2016

Iron Enough to Make a Nail...

This week is all about metals. Big ones, little ones, ones that are in rocks. A special guest joins us to explain how metals play a role in our biology and their use in therapeutics. From Antimony to Zinc be le(a)d through that middle bit of the peri...
29.03.2016 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/ae/6d/cb/stereotopicalchem51854/1400x1400_10563586.jpg

Ring My Bell (Test)

This week on our well overdue podcast we discuss a new method to test the nature of reality. Jae Eun tells us all about the simplest element and Corey is having trouble digesting some Bad Science. Quantum 'spookiness' passes toughest test yet. Nature,...
29.03.2016

Ring My Bell (Test)

This week on our well overdue podcast we discuss a new method to test the nature of reality. Jae Eun tells us all about the simplest element and Corey is having trouble digesting some Bad Science. Quantum 'spookiness' passes toughest test yet. Nature,...
19.10.2015 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/ae/6d/cb/stereotopicalchem51854/1400x1400_10563586.jpg

She Glues Sea Shells on the Sea Floor

In this episode we discuss research on small molecules that model how mussels bind to rocks in the ocean. You may have found that gluing things together when they are wet is difficult and could help make that a problem of the past. Jae Eun tells us abo...
19.10.2015

She Glues Sea Shells on the Sea Floor

In this episode we discuss research on small molecules that model how mussels bind to rocks in the ocean. You may have found that gluing things together when they are wet is difficult and could help make that a problem of the past. Jae Eun tells us abo...
21.09.2015 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/ae/6d/cb/stereotopicalchem51854/1400x1400_10563586.jpg

Controlling Your Circadian Cycle

In this episode we discuss research on small molecules that can affect the length of circadian cycles. Shalaka tells us how surgery can cure arachnophobia and Corey calls Bad Science on a group promoting hydrogen peroxide as a cure all. Angew. Chem. I...
21.09.2015

Controlling Your Circadian Cycle

In this episode we discuss research on small molecules that can affect the length of circadian cycles. Shalaka tells us how surgery can cure arachnophobia and Corey calls Bad Science on a group promoting hydrogen peroxide as a cure all. Angew. Chem. I...
3.08.2015 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/ae/6d/cb/stereotopicalchem51854/1400x1400_10563586.jpg

You got your Lanthanides in My Dehydrogenase

In this episode we discuss research on bacteria that use some of the heaviest elements, Lanthanides, in place of calcium in their methanol dehydrogenase. We then learn about the element promethium and find out about some secret scientists. Science, vo...
3.08.2015

You got your Lanthanides in My Dehydrogenase

In this episode we discuss research on bacteria that use some of the heaviest elements, Lanthanides, in place of calcium in their methanol dehydrogenase. We then learn about the element promethium and find out about some secret scientists. Science, vo...
19.07.2015 https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/ae/6d/cb/stereotopicalchem51854/1400x1400_10563586.jpg

I Take My Therapeutics with Cream and Sugar

In this episode we discuss research on how caffeine fights the neurological effects of stress. We also discuss genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and some accidental discoveries. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of USA 2015, 112, 783...
19.07.2015

I Take My Therapeutics with Cream and Sugar

In this episode we discuss research on how caffeine fights the neurological effects of stress. We also discuss genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and some accidental discoveries. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of USA 2015, 112, 783...