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19 February 2009

We explore the hottest breakthroughs from the world of research. Plus in 'Stuff and Non-Science', does sugar...

19 February 2009

The dexterous doctor fashions a circumstance of invisibility within a large Pyrex® basin by the witty employment of...

17 February 2009

Chemistry World's Richard Van Noorden on the element that gave us spark proof tools for the oil industry and a...

17 February 2009

The sins of the past, including chemical warfare; consuming desires for chocolate and finding the hidden Greek brothels...

16 February 2009

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

16 February 2009

Why should milk 'change it's tune' when it's being steamed? In this Question of the Week, we find...

16 February 2009

For this week's NewsFlash, we hear about a new drug that helps heart failure patients to be more active, explore...

15 February 2009

Katherine Holt of UCL admires diamond - carbon in its most glamorous form

15 February 2009

On this week's Naked Science Love-in, we explore the science of love, bonding and sexual attraction. We discover...

13 February 2009

A phenomenon commonly described as attraction are mischievously exhibited by the redoubtable Dr Ernest Otherford. He...

13 February 2009

What experiments can be done with snow? why is snow white yet ice is clear? How can ice be made without refrigeration?...

13 February 2009

This week we're digging deep into the world of archaeogenetics to find out how genetics is helping unearth...

12 February 2009

The chemical link between asthma and eczema that has been uncovered; why rising levels of CO2 are affecting clown fish...

09 February 2009

Welcome to the first Diamond Light Source podcast! This month we introduce the Diamond Synchrotron: what is it, what...

09 February 2009

Could a robotic suit make a ballerina out of a buffoon? Could technology allow ordinary people to perform extraordinary...

09 February 2009

On this weeks NewsFlash, we discover the caterpillar that tricks it's ant hosts into treating it like royalty,...

08 February 2009

On this week's snow-bound Naked Scientists, we're taking on your science questions! We discover the...

06 February 2009

What is phantom Limb Syndrome? Why don't birds get electrocuted when they land on power lines? Why can a tooth...

06 February 2009

This week we delve into the minuscule world of nanotechnology to find out how nano-electronics could revolutionise...

05 February 2009

Why the sequence of how four-legged animals move their legs is commonly misrepresented; why eating too much is bad for...

05 February 2009

In anticipation of explorative feats typically confined to the world of Jules Verne, Dr Otherford devises a dirigible...

02 February 2009

How does spit make your shoes so shiny? We find out in this Question of the Week...

02 February 2009

On this week's NewsFlash we find out how fingerprints help you feel fine detail, discover the smallest letters...

01 February 2009

This week, we're studying the science of the seriously small - nanotechnology. We'll find out how tiny,...