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19 October 2009

On this week's NewsFlash, we discover how the rate of mutation changes in lab-bench evolution, how looming sounds...

18 October 2009

We reach for the skies on this week's Naked Scientists, with High Altitude Adventures. We find out how the body...

17 October 2009

This month has seen an archaeological spoil heap the size of Nero's party leftovers. And it's been quite a...

16 October 2009

Is global warming natural as well as man-made? What effect will arctic melting have on our sea levels? Why have cars...

16 October 2009

This week, we bring you the top stories from the world of science, including how insects splattered onto car...

13 October 2009

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

12 October 2009

We find out why we were told as kids not to sit too close to the television. Is there any scientific basis to the...

12 October 2009

In this NewsFlash we hear how the genes of squished insects on your windscreen could help monitor biodiversity, take a...

11 October 2009

The Nobel prizes feature on the Naked Scientists this week alongside a bumper crop of your science questions! We find...

09 October 2009

This week we bring you the latest developments in cancer research to find out how beams of protons could be used to...

09 October 2009

This week, Dr Dominic Ford joins Dave Ansell to take on your questions about our universe. They reveal whether it'...

05 October 2009

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

05 October 2009

We find out how sharks, proud owners of cartilaginous skeletons, make red blood cells without the aid of bone marrow.

05 October 2009

In this NewsFlash, we discuss the role of aspirin in the 1918 Spanish flu epidemic, how recession could be healthy and...

04 October 2009

This week, we catch up with the latest from the front line of cancer research. Kat Arney reports from the National...

02 October 2009

Why is our peripheral vision so good in the dark? Why do we have goosebumps? Do UFOs exist and is there life on other...

02 October 2009

This week, we fly up into the sky to peer into the lives of some brainy birds. We discover how cuckoos manage to...

28 September 2009

This week, we find out how alcohol effects perception of risk vs reward in the adolescent brain and discover how...

27 September 2009

We bring you the highlights from European Researchers Night 2009, which filled the Great North Museum with explosions,...

25 September 2009

This week we're revealing the wonders of modern medicine to learn how science and technology is hoping to keep our...

22 September 2009

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

21 September 2009

Just what is the point to all those ridges and furrows set into our fingers, toes, palms and soles? We do some...

21 September 2009

In the news this week; how green tea builds strong bones, the genes of prostate cancer, biofuels increasing ocean dead...

20 September 2009

Join us in a peek at the secret lives of birds. We find out just how a cuckoo convinces others to care for it's...