Archive

Classic science podcast strands produced by the Naked Scientists.

17 June 2013

Catalyse your knowledge of chemical reactions and discover how biofuels and carbon capture are being improved using the...

25 March 2013

Discover how scientists are seeing science 'in action' and on the nano-scale to improve our implants,...

21 December 2012

Hydrogen storage, cleaning up toxic mud spills and preventing premature labour... discover how research at Diamond is...

21 December 2012

In the final episode of Naked Oceans, Helen Scales takes a look ahead and contemplates the future of the oceans.

17 December 2012

This week, how gene therapy can engineer a biological pacemaker, and the solution to Box Jellyfish stings. Plus, 7000...

10 December 2012

How parenthood can extend your lifespan and the genetic recipe for a red blood cell. Plus, a new way to share...

04 December 2012

The history of life in the oceans spans over 3.5 billion years. In this Naked Oceans we'll take a whistlestop tour...

03 December 2012

How the grand canyon may be older than we thought, why hagfish may provide future fibres and the icy ecosystem in an...

26 November 2012

In this NewsFlash - Why general health checks are generally unhelpful, how to make steam from sunlight and printing new...

19 November 2012

How DNA sequencing identified an unsuspecting carrier of MRSA, why light at night makes mice depressed and a lonely...

15 November 2012

Fiction and Science collide this month revealing the stories lurking beneath the synchrotron. Plus the latest news from...

12 November 2012

In this NewsFlash - Ancient Arrowheads in Africa, a working lung-on-a-chip disease model and the disease attacking...

05 November 2012

Can Koshik the elephant speak Korean? How have fireflies inspired better LEDs? Plus, the benefits of breast cancer...

29 October 2012

This week, how 3-parent IVF corrects mitochondrial faults, why dung beetles stand on their balls and a bacterial...

22 October 2012

In this NewsFlash, how fish defy the laws of physics, a new vaccine strategy against herpes, and how the brain responds...

01 October 2012

In this NewsFlash, we hear why Eunuchs live longer lives and how a laundry detergent additive could convert clothes...

24 September 2012

In this NewsFlash, how to take the fear out of a bad memory, why Curiosity may contaminate Mars and an IgNobel Prize...

17 September 2012

What is the brightest object in nature? In this NewsFlash, we discover how an African fruit outshines the competition....

10 September 2012

In this NewsFlash, we look at improving wheelchair design for paralympic wheelchair basketball players, the link...

10 September 2012

This month, discover how seeing red can help restore works of art and probe the origins of cancer. We delve into the...

13 August 2012

In this NewsFlash, we explore evidence for the earliest lumberjacks, discover the dark matter lurking in our location,...

06 August 2012

In this NewsFlash, we uncover the violent history of hot Jupiters and shed light on Black Holes. Plus, we ask if...

16 July 2012

Do your eyes give you away when you lie? In this NewsFlash, we'll explore the evidence for the idea that gaze...

09 July 2012

In this NewsFlash, we hear how a breath of bicarbonate might cut infections related to Cystic Fibrosis, discover a nano...