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Designed for science teachers, this episode of Professional Knowledge uncovers the latest chemistry research which could affect our lives in the near future.
Chemist, Dr Andrea Sella, talks about how different aspects of chemistry will change the way we live on everything from nanotechnology to sustainable fuels.
At the NSQI Centre, Bristol, a vibration-free building has been constructed, meaning that scientists can study molecular level.
In Exeter, a material called "graphene" looks set to change the world of electronics, enabling flexible electronics and quantum computers.
Finally, Dr Terry Kee talks about his research and how life forms at a chemical level. He then goes on to explain a way of producing sustainable hydrogen.
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