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Ocean Dead Zones, Fossil HIV and Beetle Antibiotics

Using your own red blood cells as a Trojan horse to sneak-in chemicals ... us about the origin of AIDS and how beetles create their own antibiotics all feature in this week's Naked Scientists ... 7km train transporting ore across South Africa! Using your own red blood cells as a Trojan horse to sneak-in chemicals ...

Reef Fish

Stress, fish, financial success...

... could put a new sheen on global warming, how to make your own metal micrograbber and why your fingers can indicate your ... could put a new sheen on global warming, how to make your own metal micrograbber and why your fingers can indicate your ...

New Veins and Voyager's New Frontiers

... to the first replacement vein engineered from a patient's own stem cells. Plus, evidence that the western Amazon basin ... to the first replacement vein engineered from a patient's own stem cells. Plus, evidence that the western Amazon basin ...

Cluster-Flock Fatigues Pigeons

... NewsFlash, a new TB vaccination that stands out on it's own, how babies make sense of broken toys, and why flying in ... NewsFlash, a new TB vaccination that stands out on it's own, how babies make sense of broken toys, and why flying in ...

Acanthephyra spew defence

Glittering seas: the science of ocean bioluminescence

... search of some of the many marine animals that make their own light to hide, attack, escape, and woo. Chatting with ... search of some of the many marine animals that make their own light to hide, attack, escape, and woo. Chatting with ...

Pioneering Prosthetics - Targeted Muscle Reinnervation Surgery Hands Back Control

... Death Valley rocks that seem to move around on their own, and how re-routing nerves can allow amputees to move a ... Death Valley rocks that seem to move around on their own, and how re-routing nerves can allow amputees to move a ...

Mosquito Duets and Martian Rock & Roll

... can distract the brain, and how humans produce their own aspirin-like chemicals. This week's NewsFlash brings us ... distract the brain, and how humans produce their own aspirin-like chemicals. Mosquito Duets and Martian Rock & ...

Some rubbish, Glastonbury

The Science of Rubbish

... commodity. Plus, how African nations are setting their own biotechnology agenda. We're on the case to find out what ... commodity. Plus, how African nations are setting their own biotechnology agenda. The Science of Rubbish ...

The buff-tailed bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) visiting Globe thistle. By Penny Firth.

Copying biology

... flapping and how bombardier beetles, which have their own combustion chambers in the rear ends, could help us ... flapping and how bombardier beetles, which have their own combustion chambers in the rear ends, could help us ...

So you want to be a marine scientist?

... research. We hear from someone who as well as doing his own science is using cutting edge communication tools to ...

Seagrass VIMS

Green grass and grazers

... a sneaky fish that lurks about the dark depths with its own private sniper scope. Naked Oceans takes a look around ...

We Fish you a Merry Christmas

... - we've got it all here, from buying them their very own slice of virtual coral reef, to sustainable fishy pets, ...

Shore of Lake Mungo

Australian Archaeology and Rabbit Warrens

... Plus, in Back Yard Archaeology Diana ventures into her own back yard to find out what was so special about rabbit ...

Clay tablet from Susa, Uruk Period

First cities and first writing: Mesopotamia

... first. Plus, in Backyard Archaeology Tom Birch smelts his own iron! How is it that the first farms, cities and writing ...