Archive

Classic science podcast strands produced by the Naked Scientists.

25 September 2009

This week we're revealing the wonders of modern medicine to learn how science and technology is hoping to keep our...

21 September 2009

In the news this week; how green tea builds strong bones, the genes of prostate cancer, biofuels increasing ocean dead...

18 September 2009

This week we bring you the highlights from the British Science Festival including how scientists have been looking into...

17 September 2009

We find out how the Romans got to grips with building a 73.5 mile-long wall, why humans were bejewelled 82,000 years...

16 September 2009

This month, we dig deep into the world of archaeology to learn how scientists at Diamond are investigating our cultural...

14 September 2009

In the NewsFlash this week - the relationship between infections and prostate cancer, genetic secrets of plant...

11 September 2009

We kick off series 2 with a look at the latest science news and events of the summer. We find out how a stove has been...

07 September 2009

On this week's NewsFlash, we hear how antibodies from long term HIV patients could provide clues for new vaccine...

04 September 2009

This week we take another look back over the past year to bring you the best bits from the series including an insight...

28 August 2009

Over the next fortnight we look back over the past year to bring you the best bits from the Naked Scientists in Africa...

24 August 2009

In this weeks NewsFlash we hear how protein mimics can be used to fight HIV, that just one gene is the key to fighting...

21 August 2009

This week we dig deep to discover the origins of hunting and when man first started sharing meat as well as hear a...

17 August 2009

Sometimes archaeologists know there's a site worth digging but don't quite know where to find it! We join the...

17 August 2009

On this week's newsflash, we hear how tiny spherical 'nanobees' can be used to treat cancer, how humans...

14 August 2009

This week we're looking at the role of science in worldwide development. We'll be hearing how the attitude to...

10 August 2009

On this week's newsflash, we hear how the malaria parasite fools the foetal immune system, how orchids mimic bees...

07 August 2009

This week we bring you the highlights from the 2009 Darwin Festival to meet the man behind the Human Genome project as...

03 August 2009

This week, we hear how shrimp shells could catalyse biodiesel production, the physics behind regular raindrops and how...

30 July 2009

We're on the case to find out what happens to our refuse. We find out about the life cycle of rubbish, how to...

27 July 2009

On this week's NewsFlash, we find out why an earthquake has put Giant Pandas in peril and how our lungs, and not...

24 July 2009

The latest in the science of fertility and In Vitro Fertilization feature in this week's Naked Scientists in...

20 July 2009

On this NewsFlash, we hear how learning about a reward is a reward in itself and how a jockey's stance can shave...

17 July 2009

We dive into the underwater traps at Lake Huron, explore the origins of hunting and play a tune on the world's...

17 July 2009

We seek the Science of Sight on this week's Naked Scientists in Africa, discovering how deep sea fish use clever...