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03 September 2019

Human papilloma viruses are the cause of cervical and head and neck cancers in men and women.

30 August 2019

How can you find natural water sources? Can stem cells repair eye conditions?

23 August 2019

Answering questions on body hair, nuclear disasters, and surviving a falling lift...

22 August 2019

How secure is the internet?

21 August 2019

How has a gene for resistance evolved long before the antiseptic it's resistant to?

21 August 2019

Why do people play simulator games like Farming Simulator and the new Woodwork Simulator?

20 August 2019

What exactly is loneliness?

20 August 2019

The helpful materials that keep us healthy.

19 August 2019

Some say it's unsafe for humans, but even David Attenborough has remarked on the animal life there...

16 August 2019

From magnets, to chemotherapy, to getting sick from putting your car heater on...

14 August 2019

Time to go back to the monk who started at all. But all is not as it seems...

14 August 2019

Recorded at the recent Bluedot festival; preserving the Apollo sites and latest meteorite mission.

13 August 2019

We're tackling the science questions you've been sending in!

06 August 2019

This week we're looking at the big impact of the tiny electron...

06 August 2019

Why do men go bald starting on top? Can you really get TB of the spine? Chris Smith has the answers.

05 August 2019

How will climate change affect monsoons? We have been pour-ing over an answer...

01 August 2019

The Science Behind Jet Engines

30 July 2019

What might iron-deficiency mean for the heart?

30 July 2019

Will flights get faster? Could electric planes exist? And can our own Naked Scientist land a plane?

29 July 2019

What can we expect in the future?

29 July 2019

Do sunrises and sunsets "look different" in photos or paintings?

26 July 2019

From trees and climate change, to electric shocks from tracksuits... Chris Smith has the answers.

26 July 2019

Supposedly, you can survive on only 473 genes - if you're a bacterium. But what do these genes actually do?