Science Articles, Interviews & Questions

20 November 2005

He sent us an email correcting an answer given last week about the best place to put a carbon monoxide detector.

20 November 2005

How is thunder and lightning made, and what causes it?

20 November 2005

Why is it that cream crackers left out take a matter of a few hours to go soggy and stale, yet when put into a large...

20 November 2005

If human and worm DNA are so similar, why are we so different?

20 November 2005

I have a stepson who has fragile X syndrome. He was diagnosed at the age of eight and is 28 now. I'm interested in...

20 November 2005

How many different types of DNA can you get?

20 November 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Anna Lacey interviews the series producer Mike Salisbury, from the BBC...

20 November 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Dr Darren Grafham from the Sanger Centre in Hinxton, Cambridgeshire

20 November 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Dr Mike Majerus, Department of Genetics, University of Cambridge

16 November 2005

Functional imaging (brain scanning) using magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) can be used to probe the workings of the...

13 November 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Professor David Pritchard, University of Nottingham

13 November 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Dr Chris Smith visits Westbourne High School in Ipswich

13 November 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Professor Elizabeth Bernays, University of Arizona

13 November 2005

Why is it that some children are born with dark hair and then go very fair when they get older, and similarly, why do...

13 November 2005

I was fitting a multi-fuel burner in the living room and want to know where to fit the carbon monoxide detector. Should...

13 November 2005

If tapeworms make you really skinny, why don't you give them to fat people until they lose weight and then take...

13 November 2005

Why do people fart?

13 November 2005

How can maggots be used in health care and experiments?

13 November 2005

Has anyone been seriously ill from taking these worms?

09 November 2005

The illuminating story of colour constancy: why what you think you see and what you actually see are different...