Archive

Classic science podcast strands produced by the Naked Scientists.

14 December 2009

In this Newsflash, we discover why soy cuts cancer recurrence rates and how a case of mistaken identity spells trouble...

11 December 2009

This week we explore Hepatitis C to learn what this virus is, and how it attacks our body as well as look into the...

07 December 2009

In this week's NewsFlash, we find out how to capture carbon in Metal Organic Frameworks, or MOFs, discuss progress...

30 November 2009

in this NewsFlash, we'll be hearing about the camouflaged plant that doesn't need the Sun, a power plant that...

27 November 2009

This week we look into our crops and agriculture to learn how scientists are improving farming methods to meet the food...

20 November 2009

This we we explore our universe to discover how our stars and planets were formed and how satellites out in space can...

17 November 2009

This month's edition of Naked Archaeology hails from Poseidon's Realm: we find out how synchrotrons can help...

16 November 2009

On this week's Naked Scientists NewsFlash, how the smell of old books can help to preserve them, deleting old...

13 November 2009

This week, we look into the latest developments in the field of fertility to see how scientists are trying to improve...

09 November 2009

In this NewsFlash, we discover a new extra-fast and super-cheap way to sequence the human genome, the science of eating...

06 November 2009

This week, we bring you the latest news from the world of science including the world's fastest camera and how...

06 November 2009

This month, we peer into the world of engineering to see how scientists are exploring and improving materials for...

02 November 2009

In this NewsFlash, how researchers have found the genes to turn stem cells into sperm and eggs, the world's...

30 October 2009

This week, we probe into our brain to investigate neurological diseases such as Huntiington's and Alzheimers...

27 October 2009

On this week's Naked Scientists NewsFlash, we hear about the nerve cells in the ear that make loud sounds painful...

23 October 2009

This week, we explore the challenges of climbing to high altitudes to see how the human body reacts to low oxygen. We...

19 October 2009

On this week's NewsFlash, we discover how the rate of mutation changes in lab-bench evolution, how looming sounds...

17 October 2009

This month has seen an archaeological spoil heap the size of Nero's party leftovers. And it's been quite a...

16 October 2009

This week, we bring you the top stories from the world of science, including how insects splattered onto car...

12 October 2009

In this NewsFlash we hear how the genes of squished insects on your windscreen could help monitor biodiversity, take a...

09 October 2009

This week we bring you the latest developments in cancer research to find out how beams of protons could be used to...

05 October 2009

In this NewsFlash, we discuss the role of aspirin in the 1918 Spanish flu epidemic, how recession could be healthy and...

02 October 2009

This week, we fly up into the sky to peer into the lives of some brainy birds. We discover how cuckoos manage to...

28 September 2009

This week, we find out how alcohol effects perception of risk vs reward in the adolescent brain and discover how...