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Farmland

The Future of our Food

... shoreline can be home to super-efficient farms of their own. We explore the problems faced by our sweet honey bee and ... in Kitchen Science we do some plant modification of our own no transgenics knowledge needed, just food colouring... ... shoreline can be home to super-efficient farms of their own. The Future of our Food ...

Prostate cancer cell imaged using electron microscopy and coloured artificially

Catching Up with Cancer

... the latest in Cancer research this week, with our very own Dr Kat bringing us the news from the National Cancer ... us about how disease spreads, and how beetles create their own antibiotics. And in kitchen science, Ben and Dave use the ... us about the origin of AIDS, and how beetles create their own antibiotics. Plus, in kitchen science, Ben and Dave use ...

A Danish Christmas tree illuminated with burning candles, adorned with homemade Christmas decorations such as red hearts, white paper snowflakes, a golden star at the top, and gifts stacked underneath.

Hydrogen-powered Party Poppers

... programme recorded live in the kitchen, we produce our own home-made ice cream, hear about the brain-basis of the ... probe the origins of the Star of Bethlehem, and make our own hydrogen-powered party popper. Merry Christmas! Home-made ...

A computer generated image of an atom

Q&A: Atoms, Avalanches & Armpits

This week, could we colonise a planet beyond our own galaxy? What’s the greenest way to heat my home? And ... and technology journalist Tim Revell and our very own physics boffin Adam Murphy. Why do I get cold feet but ...

The Sun, as seen from the surface of Earth through a camera lens.

The Science of Solar: Photovoltaics

... In Kitchen Science we reveal how to make your very own solar cell from some old electronics, and in this week's ... In Kitchen Science we reveal how to make your very own solar cell from some old electronics, and in this week's ...

Picture taken by STS-121 crew after departure from the ISS on July 15, 2006.

The Final Frontier

... Village. Plus, in Kitchen Science, Dave tries in his own unique way to get a bottle rocket into orbit! Diana and ... Village. Plus, in Kitchen Science, Dave tries in his own unique way to get a bottle rocket into orbit! The Final ...

Gasoline explosions, simulating bomb drops at an airshow.

Explosive Science!

... we show you how to do a controlled explosion in your own home! On this explosive Naked Scientists, explore the ... we show you how to do a controlled explosion in your own home! Explosive Science! ...

Portrait of Charles Darwin by Julia Margaret Cameron

Naked Evolution

... from ever being seen, by looking at the archives of his own letters. Plus, why crocodiles chat from inside their ... from ever being seen, by looking at the archives of his own letters. Plus, why crocodiles chat from inside their ...

A heavily pregnant woman. Notice the arch in her lower back. At this time in pregnancy she will be experiencing back strain from the heavy weight she is carrying.

Making Babies - Pregnancy and Fertility

... affects foetal development. Plus, why knowledge is its own reward, how a jockey's posture makes horses run faster ... affects foetal development. Plus, why knowledge is its own reward, how a jockey's posture makes horses run faster ...

A small eruption on Mount Rinjani, Lombok, Indonesia.

Fire and Mud

... Kitchen Science, Ben and Dave provoke an eruption of their own! Get Red Hot and Dirty with the Naked Scientists as we ... Kitchen Science, Ben and Dave provoke an eruption of their own! Fire and Mud ...

Meteorite crashing to earth

Meteor, Comet or Asteroid?

... a comet and an asteroid? And we tell you how to find your own space rock here on Earth and track where it came from. ... a comet and an asteroid? And we tell you how to find your own space rock here on Earth and track where it came from. ...

View of Mars from Hubble Space Telescope on June 26, 2001.

Life on Mars

... was due to land on Mars, the Naked Scientists took our own tour of the Martian landscape. We discuss how looking in ... was due to land on Mars, the Naked Scientists took our own tour of the Martian landscape. We discuss how looking in ...

An electrically powered exoskeleton suit currently in development by Tsukuba University of Japan.

Mind Meets Machine

... walking cyborg Kevin Warwick, who volunteered his own nervous system to test out a new way to connect up with ... walking cyborg Kevin Warwick, who volunteered his own nervous system to test out a new way to connect up with ...

Mathematical Bridge at Queens' college Cambridge

The Cambridge Science Festival

... toxic airborne copper dust and paint that heals its own scratches. Dr Ben Goldacre joins us to explain why abuse ... toxic airborne copper dust and paint that heals its own scratches. Dr Ben Goldacre joins us to explain why abuse ...

A mosquito biting a finger

Repelling Pests - Mosquitoes, Moths and Weeds

Using nature's own tricks, we find out how to avoid mosquito bites, grow ... see if insect repellent really does repel! Using nature's own tricks, we find out how to avoid mosquito bites, grow ...

Aspirin advert

Pushing Back the Pain Barrier

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

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Introducing - Naked Archaeology

... proud to introduce a new series of podcasts, starring our own Diana O'Carroll: Naked Archaeology This episode features ... proud to introduce a new series of podcasts, starring our own Diana O'Carroll: Naked Archaeology This episode features ...

Fuels of the Future

... to make hydrogen on demand using aluminium, and grow your own gas - do we have enough land to grow our energy in ... to make hydrogen on demand using aluminium, and grow your own gas - do we have enough land to grow our energy in ...

Bacterial culture as sampled from from a toilet seat

Passengers in a Bacterial Body

... that thrive on us and in us, and even outnumber our own cells ten times over, work with the body to maintain good ... that thrive on us and in us, and even outnumber our own cells ten times over, work with the body to maintain good ...

 Servicemembers search for POW/MIAs on Wake Island Greg Berg uses a sifter to look for bone and artifacts at a dig site Jan. 12 on Wake Island. Mr. Berg, a forensic anthropologist, was sent to do a site survey after Wake Island officials notified the...

Archaeology

... And in kitchen science we show you how to make you own desktop seige weapon! We dig into the world of ... And in kitchen science we show you how to make you own desktop siege weapon! Archaeology ...

A toe tag is put on a toe of a dead body for identification reasons in morgues

Would you donate your body to science?

... we find out how a design that copies the body's own structure and movements can make better artificial limbs. ... we find out how a design that copies the body's own structure and movements can make better artificial limbs. ...

Row of batteries

Power to your Elbow: Better Batteries

... of our present technologies. We also try to tune-in to our own broadcast on a radio powered by moss! Plus, in the news, ...

Peruvian Mummies, Ancient Environments and the Sahara

... them in Kitchen Science, Derek and Dave make their very own futuristic forcefield. Peruvian Mummies, Ancient ...

Photograph of a full moon, viewed from the Earth

Fly Me to the Moon

... found around the Sun, and the 3-D printed rabbit with its own DNA... This week, we're looking at the future of missions ...

Cybernetics and Computer Vision

... upgrading humans through mechanical implants, and his own experience of a sixth sense. He is joined by computer ...