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13 May 2007

This week on the Naked Scientists we have a whole host of experts in bacteria, fungi and viruses. We'll have Dr...

06 May 2007

This week Drs Chris, Dave and Phil find out how a venomous spider's bite has Viagra-like properties, how maggots...

29 April 2007

Bruce Winney explains how rural populations in Britain help to uncover genes linked to diseases, Turi King discusses...

22 April 2007

Corals are falling prey to global warming. Annelise Hagan joins us to explain how she uses a spotter plane to home in...

15 April 2007

This week new research into cancers, how tumours arise, and new ways to combat cancer. Fiona Watt explains how cancer...

02 April 2007

Cracking physics, engineering mayhem, the mathematics of chicken disease, and drunken water fleas...

01 April 2007

We look at the science behind one of the biggest killers in the western world - heart disease including what is a heart...

27 March 2007

Exciting chemistry, eyeballs, the bugs in a mouth, the time truck, and the power of vegetables...

25 March 2007

This week on the Naked Scientists Radio Show and podcast we will be looking at flight - in terms of both animals and...

22 March 2007

Rock guitar explains the mysteries of the universe, and find out what you get when you cross and sheep with a jet...

19 March 2007

Coordinating a festival, silent aircraft, and the nuts and bolts of robots...

18 March 2007

This week, all the fun of the Cambridge Science Festival as we find out about the cool science of ice cream, the world...

11 March 2007

The naked scientists try and answer all of your questions, no matter how strange or wacky

04 March 2007

Dr Chris and Dr Kat chat to archaeologist Lawrence Owens about his latest excavations of Peruvian Mummies and Keith...

25 February 2007

Dr Chris and Dr Helen answer all your burning science questions, including why hair looks darker when it's wet,...

18 February 2007

Dr Chris and Dr Helen answer all your burning science questions, including why hair looks darker when it's wet,...

11 February 2007

Anna Lacey and Dave Ansell visit Sizewell B power station in Suffolk, and Ian Farnan discusses nuclear waste disposal...

04 February 2007

Health effects of pollution, plus David Julius reveals the molecular mechanisms of pain and what chillies have in...

28 January 2007

This week we take a look at extreme environments and the organisms that live in them. Dr Crispin Little talks about...

21 January 2007

Climate Change, ancient ice, carbon capture and storage and wave power...

14 January 2007

This week Chris, Dave and Kat explain where the sand in the Sahara comes from, if mirrors can reflect x-rays, if it is...

07 January 2007

Drs Chris, Dave and Helen find out why red wine is better for you than white or grape juice, and explore the science of...

17 December 2006

In the final show of 2006, Chris, Dave and Kat answer all your science questions including why poppadoms curl upwards...

10 December 2006

Jan Peter Muller will be talks about life on Mars, Gerry Gilmore explains his latest findings regarding the stuff that...