Science Articles, Interviews & Questions

06 March 2005

Can hypnosis help tinnitus? It was brought on by two very stressful incidents. Tinnitus is when you get noises in the...

06 March 2005

I was hypnotised over 30 years ago and it cost me £5. At the time I was very angry with the hypnotist because...

02 March 2005

Caffeine seems to be vital for the functioning of the modern world, from keeping drivers awake to getting that last...

27 February 2005

Eels manage to move from one bit of water to another. To do this they must go over land. How do they do it?

27 February 2005

Programmes always show dinosaurs as being slow. I don't they think they would have been. I think they would have...

27 February 2005

How do they name dinosaurs and the periods of time that relate to dinosaurs?

27 February 2005

Will man be come extinct like the dinosaurs?

27 February 2005

I would like to tell my grandfather's country of origin from his DNA. Can I do that?

27 February 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Philippa Law interviews Dr Lucy Green and Dr Julian Alwood

27 February 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Dr David Norman, Director of the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, Cambridge...

27 February 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Dr Tamsin O'Connell, Department of Archeology, Cambridge University

27 February 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Dr Paul Willis, palaeontologist, and science reporter for ABC, Australia

23 February 2005

Are the days of private thoughts numbered? A new development in neuroscience, functional magnetic resonance imaging (...

20 February 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Dr Chris Smith, in Washington

20 February 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Dr. Toby Murcott, science writer and broadcaster

20 February 2005

The Naked Scientists spoke to Prof. Fran Balkwill from the Cancer Institute at St. Barts & The London,...

20 February 2005

Why does cancer tend to be more common in older people?