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26 July 2009

The UK population has chucked out almost 7 million tonnes of rubbish since our last podcast so we're on the case...

24 July 2009

The latest in the science of fertility and In Vitro Fertilization feature in this week's Naked Scientists in...

24 July 2009

We take a turn around gyroscopes, find out if it's better to run through the rain and identify the origins of...

22 July 2009

Science writer Brian Clegg on the difficult to pronounce element whose discovery was announced on a children's...

21 July 2009

Poet and Darwin-descendent Ruth Padel talks about how the history books led her to write "Darwin, a life in poems...

20 July 2009

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

20 July 2009

We find out what it is that makes rice-based cereals so noisy. Plus, we ask how does a pacemaker know to keep step with...

20 July 2009

On this NewsFlash, we hear how learning about a reward is a reward in itself and how a jockey's stance can shave...

19 July 2009

The latest in the science of fertility, IVF and pregnancy... We find out how pre-implantation tests could improve the...

17 July 2009

We dive into the underwater traps at Lake Huron, explore the origins of hunting and play a tune on the world's...

17 July 2009

We seek the Science of Sight on this week's Naked Scientists in Africa, discovering how deep sea fish use clever...

17 July 2009

We find out why field mice aren't green, why the Earth isn't put off its orbit by the Sun's activity and...

16 July 2009

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

16 July 2009

Award winning Canadian hip hop artist Baba Brinkman brings us his Rap Guide to Evolution, an hour of clever, witty and...

13 July 2009

We find out how developing bird embryos get their oxygen whilst trapped inside an egg. Plus, we ask what makes...

13 July 2009

On this weeks Newsflash we hear how the development of salt-tolerant GM crops could help to feed the world and how...

12 July 2009

We seek the Science of Sight on this week's Naked Scientists, discovering how deep sea fish use clever...

10 July 2009

How big can aeroplanes get? Will we ever teleport? And When we lose weight, where does it go? We take on all these...

10 July 2009

We tie up the Darwin Festival with predictions on global warming and the future of the human species. Plus, we find out...

09 July 2009

This week we report from the World Conference of Science journalists which took place in London last week to find out...

09 July 2009

The fourth day brings together geologists and an exploration of Darwin's early scientific forays. We also find out...

08 July 2009

Day three of the festival and if you've ever wondered what a Darwin rap sounds like, this show is for you. We also...

07 July 2009

We catch up with festival attendees and speakers on the second day of the Darwin Festival at Cambridge. Today we search...

06 July 2009

In this Question of the Week, we ask if we sneeze in our sleep? What stops us from 'atchoo'ing while we'...