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09 November 2008

This week's Pathological programme brings you a glimpse into the world of the pathologist. We attend a real...

07 November 2008

This week on The Naked Scientists in Africa, We'll be looking into the science of Ageing. We'll be finding...

07 November 2008

Why are stars and planets round? Could a helium balloon ever continue into space? Is the moon bombarded with asteroids...

06 November 2008

Potassium podcast from Chemistry World - the magazine of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

06 November 2008

How planets came to be, lighting that brings midges thick and fast, and why flu jabs are even better than you think....

03 November 2008

Why does time seem to go quicker as we age? It seems that the longer we live, the shorter the days seem to be....

03 November 2008

This week, we discover how the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami is the latest in a history of tsunamis in that area, why...

02 November 2008

It's been cold in the UK this week! So what better way to spend your time than to stay in the warm and find the...

31 October 2008

How are gemstones formed? Why do we get brain freeze when eating Ice Cream? What is Renault's disease? We find out...

30 October 2008

Science fiction becomes reality as Dr Chris discovers that it's possible to wipe specific memories from the mind...

27 October 2008

Where should you put your bags to best balance your bike? Will groceries on the handlebars waste your pedal power? We...

27 October 2008

This week, how researchers are making brain-washing a reality, stripping x-rays from sticky tape, and sniffing rotten...

26 October 2008

Disco Psychology - the science of drinking and dancing feature in this week's Naked Scientists. We find out what...

24 October 2008

Poor copper, US chemist Steve Mylon from Lafayette College explains how a wonderful metal has been superficially...

24 October 2008

Is it possible to make a car go 1000mph? Should we believe our cars or our Sat-Navs when calculating our speed? Why can...

23 October 2008

How being a silver surfer can help you keep your marbles, how proteins can be used in burglar alarms and the results of...

20 October 2008

Pitting one alien against another may be the way to fight an invasion, especially if the alien is Japanese Knot Weed -...

20 October 2008

How do you get the best out of your batteries? Should you discharge them completely, or keep them permanently topped up...

19 October 2008

We discover the source of solar energy this week - Nuclear fusion. But how can the process that keeps the Sun burning...

17 October 2008

Author John Emsley explains how a very lazy element redeemed itself

17 October 2008

Why are some clouds dark? Why don't bees stick to their own honey? Why is UV light good for skin conditions, when...

17 October 2008

Why cutting down a precious tree species brought the Nasca people to their knees, how Pompeii is receiving a makeover,...

16 October 2008

Do we really use just 10 per cent of our brains, how to listen to a volcano and reveal the latest way to test unborn...

13 October 2008

Why do songs, even those you hate, sound better the more you hear them? We find out why familiarity can defeat contempt...