Technology

17 February 2008

A few weeks ago, we reported on the breakthrough where scientists in America had been able to build a beating heart in...

10 February 2008

Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer for men in the UK, and now researchers at the Institute of Cancer...

10 February 2008

This week, Mark Peplow comes in to tell us about the moves towards holographic 3D TV, how it could take years to pay...

10 February 2008

In the world of technology this week, copyright infringement on the "virtual" high seas as Pirate Bay goes to...

10 February 2008

Could we generate electricity from the energy we waste while walking? Professor Max Donelan has developed a way to...

27 January 2008

We find out about a revolutionary new way to diagnose our winter bugs in two hours rather than two weeks. It’s going to...

27 January 2008

The new standard in black has been discovered! Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic have developed a material using...

20 January 2008

Could we trap carbon in dis-used coal mines? Meera spoke to Prof. Peter Styles about how not only could we lock away...

20 January 2008

Could the ocean provide a good 'sink' for carbon dioxide? We invited Margaret Leinen, from Climos, and Dr...

20 January 2008

Volcanic lava could offer a solution to storing excess carbon - by turning it into rock! We spoke to Dr Pete McGrail,...

13 January 2008

Rising Star Ben Collie on his work in solitons, important in superconductors and the motors of the future...

13 January 2008

Technology correspondent Chris Vallance takes us through the new technology on show at the Consumer Electronics Show in...

09 December 2007

The internet has revolutionised the way we purchase and use music, but just what is the future for books?

11 November 2007

This month, we chat to Mark Peplow about the worlds smallest microwave oven, and a microscopic fuel cell.

11 November 2007

In this week's tech section, Chris Vallance tells us about the DARPA Urban Challenge, and how this could lead to...

04 November 2007

It seems that it’s no longer impressive just to have been able to climb mount Everest; now the goal is to fly over it...

28 October 2007

Ben Valsler and Dave Ansell took some of their favourite Kitchen Science experiments to Manchester as part of the...

28 October 2007

We spoke to Professor Ian Wilmut who, in 1996, cloned the first mammal, Dolly the sheep.

21 October 2007

Chris spoke to Dr Ben Allanach about what we find when we break open an atom...

21 October 2007

We spoke to Cristina Lazzeroni, of Birmingham University, about her work using particle accelerators to track down...

21 October 2007

The Diamond Synchrotron creates very high energy electromagnetic radiation (known as synchrotron light) that scientists...

14 October 2007

When you're buying training shoes, do you really get what you pay for? Professor Rami Abboud doesn't think...

14 October 2007

For this, the first of our monthly Technology segments, we look into the world of Machinima - Machine Cinema where...

30 September 2007

Now, if you listen carefully you will notice that we, in the Naked Scientists are surrounded by paper. We usually try...