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15 May 2020

What do those needle-thin bones do? Also, antibody tests for Covid-19, and how memories are laid down...

14 May 2020

Meet ACE2, the protein in the pandemic spotlight - protector, turned betrayer...

13 May 2020

How a stimulating challenge becomes a huge problem, or shyness becomes crippling...

12 May 2020

From radar to rockets, we dive into the science of WW2

11 May 2020

Are ring-tailed lemurs using odour to communicate with mates?

08 May 2020

Also, brain surgery for Rasmussen's encephalitis, disease spread and disinfecting groceries...

06 May 2020

Most feel we have been betrayed at some point, or worry we may have betrayed someone else...

05 May 2020

It's a QnA show with a difference this week - a Naked Scientists pub quiz!

04 May 2020

The 'myc' gene, linked to most human cancers, unexpectedly turns out to help heart cells divide...

03 May 2020

Can other viruses cause false positive test results, and how to block virus spread at the office...

02 May 2020

Experts acknowledge that you probably can't catch Covid-19 again, at least in the short term...

01 May 2020

Richard Hollingham celebrates Apollo 15 astronaut Al Worden, who died in March.

29 April 2020

How well do we support female leadership when it comes to science, religion and politics?

29 April 2020

How are universities coping with Covid? What will the impact be?

28 April 2020

Apart from ill-health, how is Covid-19 impacting society?

28 April 2020

A chemical contaminant, commonly found in plastics, has been linked to increased risk of pre-term birth...

25 April 2020

Human trials on Covid-19 vaccines kick off in the UK. So what kind of protection might we expect?

24 April 2020

When it comes to coronavirus, are we at risk of a treatment worse than the disease? And what's the evidence that...

24 April 2020

With spring very much sprung here in the UK, what better time than now to get those fingers green!

23 April 2020

Join us for a giggle with science comedian Fran Chadha-Day...

22 April 2020

Two religions come together to discuss the Moses story, as told in the Qu’ran and the Torah...

21 April 2020

From cloudspotting to birdwatching to stargazing, you're never going to look at the sky the same way again...

21 April 2020

Pope Simulator is on the horizon and Houseparty is all the rage, so we look at the best and worst simulators!

20 April 2020

Babies get their helpful bacteria when they're born. Does the same happen to a C-section baby?