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24 November 2008

In this Question of the Week, we learn the correct etiquette for attending a birthday party on the Moon - Should you...

24 November 2008

In this week's News Flash we hear how lasers might replace X-rays as a way to see inside the body, Why poor...

23 November 2008

This week we hear how lasers might replace X-rays as a way to see inside the body, we delve into the genetic code of...

21 November 2008

Can time ever stand still? could we look back in time with a telescope? Could we see and stop a meteor in space? We...

21 November 2008

This week we go nuclear and look into the science of nuclear power. We find out what it is, how it works and whether it...

20 November 2008

How combining technologies has enabled the identification of the gene faults linked to cancer, injections to treat...

17 November 2008

Are we the only animals who cook our food? Why do we need to cook, and if it's so good, why haven't other...

17 November 2008

Mummified foetuses found in Tutankhamun's tomb go under the genetic spotlight, we dig up the history of the...

17 November 2008

In this week's NewsFlash, we discover a new 'cure' for hayfever and why happy music could make your...

16 November 2008

We dig into the world of archaeology this week to uncover what DNA is revealing about how humans domesticated plants...

14 November 2008

Why do sea levels vary around the world? Why are there 2 tides? What is Autism? How were the colleges of Cambridge...

14 November 2008

This week on The Naked Scientists in Africa we look into the science of Body Clocks and Circadian Rhythms.

13 November 2008

A new technique for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, the protein linked to alcohol tolerance, a method for...

10 November 2008

If the human race were to become spontaneously extinct, how long would it take for all evidence of us to be wiped from...

10 November 2008

In this week's Naked Scientists' News Flash - How a rock commonly found in the Earth's crust can capture...

09 November 2008

This week's Pathological programme brings you a glimpse into the world of the pathologist. We attend a real...

07 November 2008

This week on The Naked Scientists in Africa, We'll be looking into the science of Ageing. We'll be finding...

07 November 2008

Why are stars and planets round? Could a helium balloon ever continue into space? Is the moon bombarded with asteroids...

06 November 2008

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

06 November 2008

How planets came to be, lighting that brings midges thick and fast, and why flu jabs are even better than you think....

03 November 2008

Why does time seem to go quicker as we age? It seems that the longer we live, the shorter the days seem to be....

03 November 2008

This week, we discover how the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami is the latest in a history of tsunamis in that area, why...

02 November 2008

It's been cold in the UK this week! So what better way to spend your time than to stay in the warm and find the...

31 October 2008

How are gemstones formed? Why do we get brain freeze when eating Ice Cream? What is Renault's disease? We find out...