Interviews with Scientists

Interviews about medicine, science, technology and engineering with scientists and researchers internationally...

18 March 2007

An object has been discovered in the Kuiper Belt which was smashed into by something half the size of Pluto, the...

18 March 2007

The Cambridge Science Festival - highlights from the opening

18 March 2007

A trio of co-dependent creatures that like it really hot and how the warming world is causing corals and their algae...

18 March 2007

Insect viruses are indestructible thanks to their crystal structure - why is this important? Find out here.

11 March 2007

The Naked Scientists spoke to Chelsea Ward and Bob Hirshon from AAAS

11 March 2007

We discuss why cars have been failing all over the UK recently, and what was in their petrol to cause the problem.

04 March 2007

The life of ancient Peruvian settlers as revealed by archaeological excavations

04 March 2007

Keith Dobney studies how animals were domesticated thousands of years ago

25 February 2007

Mark talks about some of the more unpleasent creatures that could be sharing your body with you.

18 February 2007

Mark looks at snakes, artificial kidneys and how LSD works.

18 February 2007

The Naked Scientists spoke to Chelsea Wald and Bob Hirshon from AAAS, the Science Society

11 February 2007

Anna visited Sizewell B Nuclear Power Station to find out what nuclear energy is and how it is harnessed

11 February 2007

Ian Farnan studies how to store nuclear waste for the long term.

11 February 2007

Anat is a radiologist and uses radiation to help cure disease

04 February 2007

Anna looks at how colour is involved in finding and choosing a mate, in the animal and human kingdoms.

04 February 2007

Geoff Woods has been researching why some people are unable to feel pain, and how this could be useful for medicine.

04 February 2007

How doctors deal with pain, what painkillers do to you and what pain does to you.

04 February 2007

How Chillies trick your mouth into thinking it is hot and how this is related to tarantulas.

28 January 2007

The Naked Scientists spoke to Chelsea Wald and Bob Hirshon, AAAS, the Science Society

28 January 2007

Crispin Little has been studying the fastest fossilisation in the world at the bottom of the ocean

28 January 2007

We look at bacteria found in the bottom of gold mines in South Africa

28 January 2007

Steve Scott looks at mining useful mineral from the bottom of the ocean.

21 January 2007

Chelsea and Bob look at a new bungee backpack and how you should sit in a chair

21 January 2007

Eric Wolff has been studying the ancient atmosphere trapped in an ice core, and how it affects our understanding of the...