Science Articles, Interviews & Questions

09 October 2005

How fast can brain cells repair the brain?

09 October 2005

Why is the sun so hot?

09 October 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Dr Huseyin Mehmet from Imperial College, London

09 October 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Tom Smith from Cambridge University

09 October 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to It seems an amazing thing that one sperm can meet one egg and you get a single...

05 October 2005

Napoleon wrasses are found on reefs across the Indian and Pacific Oceans. However over-exploitation by fisherman due to...

02 October 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Chris Smith interviews Sam Reay from the Institute of Physics, London

02 October 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Symon Cotton, Astron Clinica, Cambridge

02 October 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Dr Uwe Bergmann, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, USA.

02 October 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Professor Russell Cowburn, Imperial College London

02 October 2005

When mix two colours of paint together, say red and green, you get brown. But if you mix red and green light together,...

02 October 2005

Why does it get darker earlier in the winter than it does in the summer?

02 October 2005

How does a light bulb work?

02 October 2005

How long does it take the sun's rays to reach Pluto?

02 October 2005

There's a rhyme that goes 'Red sky at night, shepherd's delight. Red sky at morning, shepherd's...

28 September 2005

SEX: A short word. Often used. Often used to sell products in fact. Yet it is one of our base instincts, one of our...

21 September 2005

Genetic modification (GM) is the heritable alteration of the genetic make-up of an organism...

14 September 2005

If you want a sure-fire conversation starter to pull out of your pocket during an awkward social moment, try this: Why...

07 September 2005

The Chilean Sea Bass, or Patagonian Toothfish, is a very tasty fish particularly popular in America. Gene looks into...

31 August 2005

We all know about pain, or at least we think we do. Things that damage our bodies cause pain. But do you always feel...