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  1. Zoo&A: Why can't dogs eat chocolate?2019/02/12
    It's QA time or should we say ZOO and A? We're pondering about pets and inquiring about insects as Jacob Dunn, Eleanor Drinkwater, Jason Head and Stuart Eves join Chris Smith to answer the animal-inspired questions you've been sending in.
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  2. How to hijack a brain2019/02/05
    This week, how hypnosis works, the parasites that hijack brain and behaviour, why we're all being manipulated 24/7, and how to build remote-controlled rodents. Plus news that we're a step closer to reversible birth control for men, why rocks affect how you vote, plastic makes mussels weaker, and a new device that puts thoughts into words...
  3. Cars of the Future: Are We Ready?2019/01/29
    This week, we're getting revved up about the cars of the future! What needs to change for future car travel to be sustainable? And in the news, as Hitachi pulls the plug on a UK nuclear deal, could the answer to the country's energy crisis lie in compressed air? Also, is "blue Monday" science fact, or science fiction?
  4. Art: From Colours to Counterfeits2019/01/22
    From finding forgeries to creating colours, we explore the science of art. Plus, in the news, turning cancer cells into fat, a threat to one of our favourite beverages, and is there really a Dark Side of the Moon?
  5. Microbes: From Farm to Fork2019/01/15
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  6. Why is There Always Room for Dessert?2019/01/08
    Do astronauts get WiFi in space? What is the speed of gravity? Why is there always room for dessert? Giles Yeo, Anne-Laura Van Harmelen, Richard Hollingham and Francesca Day gather round the microphones to answer your need-to-know questions about space, food and mental health.
  7. A Naked Year!2018/12/31
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  8. Turkey, Trees and Teslas: Surviving Christmas2018/12/23
    Here is The Naked Scientists' guide to surviving - and thriving - at Christmas, including our top scientifically-tested tips for cooking turkey and making the best roast potatoes. Plus, a healthy helping of crappy cracker jokes and advice on how to avoid a festive family feud...
  9. Regeneration: Healing Revealed2018/12/18
    This week, we are getting to grips with regeneration: how does your body heal itself, and what can science do to help? Plus, in the news, the tech set to change our lives in 2019, the hidden perils of AI, and does a crossword a day really keep dementia at bay?
  10. Space Talk: Missions Through Time2018/12/11
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  11. QnA: Earthworms and Wormholes!2018/12/04
    This week: Is everything in the universe spinning? How do lazy dogs keep fit? And is it safe to heat our dinner in plastic tubs? We've recruited 4 experts to tackle your science questions - astronomer Carolin Crawford, animal behaviour scientist Eleanor Drinkwater, geneticist Patrick Short and chemist Ljiljana Fruk.
  12. Teeth: Brushing up on Dentistry2018/11/27
    This week, Chris Smith and Izzie Clarke are filling the gaps in their knowledge of teeth; we also meet the microbes in our mouths and test the battle of the toothbrushes. Plus, in the news, researchers grow new spinal discs in a dish, we explore the ghostly galaxy next door, and scientists discover one of the largest, oldest structures on the planet.
  13. Can Science Create Superhumans?2018/11/20
    This week - Humanity 2.0! Can we use genetics, drugs and technology to become superhuman? We speak to experts on the science that can push us to our extremes, and meet the world's first cyborg. Plus, in the news, do men and women really think differently, why what we call a "kilogram" is changing, and researchers uncover an animal that can talk about the past.More at www.nakedscientists.com
  14. The Great British Make Off2018/11/13
    This week, from posters to pancakes - how do the objects we see around us every day actually get made? We're uncovering the science of manufacturing - from the very big, to the very small and the very complex. Plus in the news, why being a morning lark could protect you from breast cancer, and the project using drones and AI to keep tabs on ocean health.
  15. QnA: Temperature, Tech and Testicles2018/11/06
    This week, we've assembled a panel of experts to tackle your science questions, including: Are there plastics in the fish we eat? Can electrical devices affect your fertility? And how does Earth's tilt give us our seasons?
  16. Scientific Shimmy: Why we Dance2018/10/30
    This week the Naked Scientists are hitting the dance floor with a look at the science of the shimmy. Why do we do it, what makes a dance look good, and how can it be used to help people? Plus, in the news; how glowing lungs can fight infections, an app the reduces the symptoms of OCD, and we look at the future of the Internet...
  17. Catalysts: Our Tiny Chemists2018/10/22
    From brewing beer to cleaning up car emissions and even making less polluting fuels. We're asking - what exactly are catalysts, and how do they work? Plus, in the news, scientists discover the mechanism behind the majority of Alzheimer's cases, new technology helps beekeepers keep bees, and we explore the prospects for the survival of humanity with the Astronomer Royal.
  18. Meet the Neolithic!2018/10/15
    This week we go back thousands of years to meet our Neolithic ancestors, and discover how their innovations paved the way for all life as we know it. Explore the origin of farming and wine making, and find out how the Neolithic wielded the remarkable material obsidian.
  19. QnA: Sperm Races and Monkey Business2018/10/08
    This week, can science help us to quit our vices? Do any animals have accents? And how big can a planet get? Joining Chris Smith to tackle your sci-curious questions was physicist Jess Wade, planetary geologist David Rothery, neuroscientist Bianca Jupp and zoologist Jacob Dunn.
  20. How Do I Look?2018/10/01
    This week - from skin care to going under the knife, we're lifting the lid on the science of looking good. Plus in the news, a DNA repair kit that can fix genetic diseases and a UK project launches to clean up 7000 tonnes of space junk.
  21. Flu Do You Think You Are?2018/09/24
    In 1918, Spanish flu wiped out more people than World War 1. Now, a century on, we're asking why this pandemic packed such a punch, where flu came from in the first place, and how flu vaccines are made. Plus, fossilised fats from the world's first animals, a look at the IgNobel prizes, genes linked to hypertension, and the computer game that gets kids into engineering...
  22. On the Flip Side - Earth's Magnetic Field2018/09/17
    This week we're looking at the magnetic field keeping our planet safe, finding out how it's generated and whether some animals can actually see it. Plus, news of a technique to read out the time of our body clocks, the people making the case to reinstate Pluto as a planet, and how red alert signals can spread through plants in just seconds after something starts to eat them.
  23. QnA: Diabetes, Driving and Dodgems2018/09/10
    It's Question and Answer time! The Naked Scientists tackle the medical musings and chemical queries you've been sending in. Joining Chris Smith in studio was Astrophysicist Matt Bothwell, Chemist Peter Wothers, Psychologist Helen Keyes and Human Physiologist Sam Virtue.
  24. Biomimicry: Borrowing from Biology2018/09/03
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  25. Naked on a Punt!2018/08/27
    Join the Naked Scientists for a leisurely ride on a punt, past Cambridge's picturesque riverside colleges. At each stop the boat picks up some of the brightest brains from the University and hear about their cutting edge ideas, from fraud-preventing holograms to driverless punts. Plus, the team find out it's not always the best idea to perform chemistry on your drink supply.
  26. Music Science: from Mozart to Marketing2018/08/20
    Mozart or Motown, most of us love music. We're digging into the science behind this much-loved pass time, be it listening to your favourite tunes, or playing them for yourself. Plus in the news - the discovery of an orphan planet, succumbing to robo peer pressure and do lemmings really jump off cliffs? We'll be finding out.
  27. Waterloo Uncovered: Veterans Excavate Old Conflicts2018/08/13
    This week we're on the historical Waterloo battlefield where veterans of modern wars - often with disabilities, PTSD and other mental scars - are joining archaeologists to excavate remains of one of the most important conflicts in European history. Plus news that an anti-obesity pill might be on the scientific menu, and the space probe heading for the hottest part of the Sun...
  28. Medicinal Cannabis: Weeding Out The Hype2018/08/06
    This week, medical uses of cannabis. What's the hype and what's the reality? We hear from the people who grow it, and the people who want to use it. Plus in the news, scientists grow replacement lungs in a lab, why a knock on the head can lead to dementia years later, and the very tiny thing that elephants are terrified of - and no, it's not a mouse!
  29. Life in the Year 21002018/07/30
    We follow a day in the life in 2100, exploring the cities, transport, workplaces and health of the future. Plus, astronomers find water on Mars, a magnetic wire which could screen for cancer and why your cat's poo could change your brain...
  30. The First Test Tube Baby at 402018/07/23
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  31. Fighter Flight: The Sky's The Limit2018/07/16
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  32. QnA - Should you wee on a jellyfish sting?2018/07/09
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  33. The A-Z of addiction2018/07/02
    This week, addiction! Why do we get hooked on things? Are video games addictive? And evidence that the gambling industry use artificial intelligence to make you more likely to keep playing. Plus, in the news, scientists discover how to turn insulin injections into a pill, a revolution in making biofuels much faster, and we find out about the science of why things roar!
  34. Venting About Volcanoes2018/06/25
    This week - we're exploding the science of volcanoes. Why do they erupt? What threat do they pose to aeroplanes? And what impact do they have on us and our environment? Plus, news that marriage cuts your mortality rate, what 800 million tweets have revealed about human moods, and the science behind the sound of a dripping tap...
  35. Beating Heart Disease2018/06/18
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  36. Q and A: Disney, Dark Matter, and Deja Vu2018/06/11
    What is dj vu? Why do I get angry when I'm hungry? Why do I remember every Disney lyric, but can't remember how to set my oven? Materials physicist Jess Wade, neuroscientist Philipe Bujold, animal behaviour expert Eleanor Drinkwater, and physicist Francesca Day join Chris Smith, to answer a brilliant barrage of scientific questions...
  37. Football Under the Microscope2018/06/04
    This week we're taking a look at the science of football, from physics to psychology. And in the news, can being social stave off dementia and what new features have been found on the surface of Pluto?
  38. Planet B: Can we colonise space?2018/05/28
    This week we're leaving planet earth in search of a new home. Is there a Planet B? How could we get there? And presenter Izzie Clarke takes a spin at astronaut training.
  39. Allergy Science: from antibodies to anaphylaxis2018/05/21
    Hayfever causing you havoc? Is asthma proving to be an annoyance? This week, we're talking allergies. What causes them, and can we reverse them? We talk to one specialist who's making great strides in doing just that. Plus, in the news, a possible cure for the common cold, and are longer legs really more attractive?
  40. QnA: Martian Sunsets and Submerged Sloths2018/05/14
    Why don't we get invisible animals on land? What's at the centre of a gas giant? Did we really land on the moon? Astronomer Matt Bothwell, marine biologist Kate Feller, palaeontologist Jason Head and geneticist Diana Alexander join Chris Smith to shoot the scientific breeze in this month's question and answer spectacular.
  41. Water: Drips, Drains and Droughts2018/05/07
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  42. Senses Month: Tackling Touch2018/04/30
    This week, The Naked Scientists' senses month comes to a close as we tackle touch: how we develop a sense of touch, getting tactile when shopping and the secret to the perfect hug. Plus, making greener concrete and why bird populations are dropping in the South of England...
  43. Senses Month: Scents and Scent Ability2018/04/23
    This week, The Naked Scientists get right up your nose! We find out how smells work, explore if stenches could help people give up smoking and sniff out the scent of nightmares. Plus, the science of running a marathon, a secret use for spleens and we go bananas over some dodgy science.
  44. Senses Month: A Taste of Science2018/04/16
    This month we're exploring the science of our senses. So far we've heard how our ears work, looked the visual system in the eye, and this week, we're getting our teeth into the science of taste. Plus news of a discovery that could re-write the story of human origins, how some antibiotics can also block viruses, and how ants keep infections at bay in their colonies.
  45. Senses Month: The Science of Sight2018/04/09
    From ancient fossils to cutting edge surgery, we're bringing you the lowdown on the science of vision. Plus in the news, a drug that might aid stroke recovery, and what you can learn from taking a DNA test...
  46. Senses Month: Can you Hear Me?2018/04/02
    Are we headed for a hearing-loss epidemic, and can science step in when the world starts to go quiet? This week, The Naked Scientists go on an odyssey into the science of hearing, listen in to find out the strange ways our ears decode sounds, get baffled by some auditory illusions and meet someone who can see with their ears.
  47. QnA: Greedy Guts and Useless Numbers2018/03/26
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  48. A Brief History of Stephen Hawking2018/03/20
    On Wednesday March the 14th, the world was shaken by the death of one of our greatest scientists, Professor Stephen Hawking. Joined by some of his Cambridge colleagues and the new generation of scientists he inspired, this week we celebrate his life, his science and his legacy...
  49. What Is Inside Your Computer?2018/03/13
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  50. Before they're Gone: Fighting the Illegal Wildlife Trade2018/03/06
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  51. What The Heck Is Xenobiology?2018/02/27
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  52. How High Can we Build?2018/02/20
    This week, we put your questions to our expert panel of scientists - What's the tallest possible building? Do female animals flirt? And what can we do if an asteroid ends up heading for earth?
  53. The Art of Science2018/02/13
    The Naked Scientists ditch the lab coats for artistic overalls. From coding musical compositions to the jeans that remove air-pollution, we take a look at how art has helped science. Plus, in the news, the most powerful rocket ever built takes to the skies, we breakdown Bitcoin and there's evidence that vaping could give you a chest infection.
  54. Turning the Tide on Plastics2018/02/06
    This week, The Naked Scientists probe the plastic problem: can science help turn the tide on our rising consumption? Plus, the killer whale that can talk, and some groundbreaking research reveals why the USA is experiencing shakeups.
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  55. Why Bother Being Nice?2018/01/30
    This week, we're asking would you risk your life to save someone else? Plenty of people do, and so do other animals and even bacteria. But why? And how did altruistic actions like this evolve? Plus in the news, scientists clone monkeys, the modified cold virus that selectively attacks pancreatic cancer, and why bees might be bad for other pollinators.
  56. James Webb: Gazing at Early Galaxies2018/01/23
    This week, how astronomers are planning to see the beginning of our Universe: we talk to the team behind the telescope that's about to be blasted into deep space to make it happen. Plus, scientists announce a blood test to detect the most common cancers, a round-up of flu past, present and future, and the mini drug-factories produced by 3d printing...
  57. Why Does Snoring Exist?2018/01/16
    Is it possible to stop snoring? Is there a difference between running outside and on a treadmill? Which food group really is the worst for us? Chris Smith is joined by exercise expert Dan Gordon, sleep specialist Nick Oscroft, dietician Sian Porter and wellness guru Tom Mole to answer all the health-related queries and quandaries people have been sending in.
  58. Criminal Chemistry: What's Your Poison?2018/01/09
    This week - from adrenaline to arsenic, The Naked Scientists delve into the sinister science of poisons! Plus, what space tech is on the horizon in 2018, and the science of New Year's resolutions.
  59. The Science of 20172018/01/02
    This week, The Naked Scientists raise a glass to 2017 as they look back at their favourite science moments of the year, including: bees playing football, ghost busting, and removing farts from a car.
  60. A Very Naked Christmas2017/12/22
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  61. Social Media: Bad for our Brains?2017/12/19
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  62. Star Wars: The Science Strikes Back2017/12/12
    This week we delve into physics in a galaxy far far away as we probe the science of Star Wars! Plus in the news, evidence that London air is stunting the growth of developing babies, and scientists use AI to decode what dolphins are saying.
  63. Can a shrimp punch through glass?2017/12/05
    Are black holes really holes? Is there such thing as a genetic love match? Why do clouds move? The Naked Scientists are joined by marine biologist Kate Feller, astrophysicist Matt Middleton, geneticist Patrick Short, and chemist Phillip Broadwith to tackle the science questions sent in by you.
  64. Forever Young: Can Science Reverse Ageing?2017/11/28
    Is ageing inevitable, or can science help stop or even reverse the process? From young blood to diet fads, and stem cells to dancing, we explore what the experts think will keep us healthier for longer.
  65. Tomorrow's Tech: Biomedical Breakthroughs2017/11/21
    This week, new ways to spot cancers much sooner, repair nerve injuries and fix hip arthritis: we're looking at four major medical breakthroughs waiting to happen. Plus in the news, how advertisers can profile your personality online to boost their sales, and scientists dig up evidence of winemaking from 8000 years ago.
  66. Palaeo Ponderings: Can You Dig It?2017/11/14
    Did dinosaurs live in herds? Why are mountains pointy? And what's the best preserved mummy? Plus we had a giant snake, a few skulls, a couple of "feet" and one of the oldest rocks on Earth in the studio. Scientists Lee Berger, Meghan Strong, Jason Head, and Owen Weller team up for an Early Earth QA show
  67. Are we Working Ourselves to Death?2017/11/07
    We devote up to 50 years of our life to it, yet it might just be getting us down. This week The Naked Scientists programme examines work, hearing how our behaviour and our buildings can change to boost our health and productivity. Plus, news of how gut bacteria can control our response to cancer treatment and how a rare opportunity allowed scientists to 'get inside' the human mind.
  68. Trick or Treat: The Science of the Paranormal2017/10/31
    This week, The Naked Scientists delve into the paranormal. We'll be asking why so many of us have supernatural beliefs, exploring the scientific origins behind our favourite monster legends, and bravely embarking on a ghost hunt... Plus in the news, what dinosaurs and zorro have in common, why swearing could do you some good, and how sugarcane ethanol could help cut global carbon emissions.
  69. Under Your Skin2017/10/23
    This week, The Naked Scientists get under the skin of skin. Hear about the new method to treat burn victims, the electronic tattoo that can tell if you've got flu and how to keep your skin in good shape. Plus, in the news this week, the diabetes drug that's treating leukaemia, how bird feeders are affecting beak length, and how the challenge of landing space probes now keep your crisps crunchy.
  70. The Countdown to Artificial Intelligence2017/10/16
    The Naked Scientists are joined by an expert panel to discuss the seven most significant questions people are asking about AI. We explore the risks and positive outcomes of AI, and Chris finds out an artificial podcast presenter may be after his job.
  71. DNA Decoded: Past, Present and Sausage2017/10/09
    This week we delve into DNA and what it can tell us about our past, present and future. And, what happened when we decided to read the DNA sequence of a local sausage. Plus, in the news, what won Nobel Prizes, the world's largest HIV survey, and why doing exercise you don't like makes you more likely to binge on junk food.
  72. What Makes the Best Breakfast?2017/10/02
    Can your intestines grow back? How can you measure your own stress levels? How do electric eels work? Scientists David Rothery, Sarah Madden and Gareth Corbett team up to answer an eclectic and electric selection of questions.
  73. Is the future bionic?2017/09/25
    This week a look at enhancements for future humans: wearable robots, an artificial pancreas, and a replacement retina, as well as limb and head transplants. Plus, in the news, a new hope for global warming, a new therapy to halt MS, what a shock from an electric eel feels like, and how much alcohol remains in food after cooking...
  74. Memories: Making Them & Faking Them2017/09/18
    This week, we take a trip down memory lane. How scientists can implant false memories, wipe memory away, and the link between head injuries and Alzheimer's disease. Plus, in the news, farewell to Cassini, the science of hurricanes, and how scientists are now able to see what's in the atmospheres of remote planets hundreds of light years away.
  75. Drug Discovery: The Future of Pharma2017/09/11
    This week; from Big Pharma to Little Pharma, we look at how new drugs are discovered. Plus, in the news - what powers the Northern Lights on Jupiter, why cuckoos have the last laugh, and 3 decades of a telescope that's changed our view of the Universe.
  76. Fidget Spinners in Space?2017/09/04
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  77. Can Science Mavericks Save the World?2017/08/28
    This week, we're exploring the end of the world. From robotic AI takeovers to global floods, when it comes to the extinction of our species, is science really set up to predict or prevent such events? Plus, how gutbugs might be key to keeping healthy for longer, a holodeck for flies and why Pythagoras was beaten to his own theorem.
  78. Diet: Can we be healthy and sustainable?2017/08/21
    This week, food is on the menu! Do any of the diets that you hear about actually work? What's best to eat for the health of the planet? And will the steak of the future grow in a test tube? Plus, scientists fix cells with the wrong numbers of chromosomes and how birds use magnetic fields to navigate.
  79. Black Holes in Sight2017/08/14
    This week we're exploring the cosmos through your senses. How scientists are attempting to see a black hole for the first time, what Saturn sounds like, and what will the surface of Mars feel like. Plus how to make the immune system attack cancer, artificial intelligence invents a magic trick, and how goldfish swap oxygen for alcohol to get through the winter.
  80. Will Machines Take Over the World?2017/08/07
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  81. Can Nature Clean up Nuclear Contamination?2017/07/31
    Chernobyl was 31 years ago, but as nuclear power is one of the few reliable and low carbon energy supplies, how long before it happens again? We meet the scientists who are are preparing for when the worst happens, looking for ways to use nature to clean up nuclear spills. Plus, news of a slug-inspired glue and the science behind the fastest bicycles.
  82. Marine Month: In too Deep2017/07/24
    This week we round off Marine Month with a trip to the bottom of the ocean, meeting underwater robots and using maths to hunt for sunken treasure ships. Plus, a way to predict organ failure in hospital, and why size really does matter when it comes to speed.
  83. Marine Month: All at Sea2017/07/17
    Our marine month continues as we swim out from the reef into the open ocean, where we'll be meeting one of the deadliest creatures on Earth. Plus, some good news about the Zika virus, how the cordless drill intended for space found its way down to earth, and the real-life spidermen of Cambridge University!
  84. Marine Month: Making Waves2017/07/10
    Marine month continues with the Naked Scientists as we move out from the beach to the coastal waters in search of the world's biggest fish and the corals that glow in the dark to survive. Plus, in the news this week a new personalised cancer vaccine, how to programme human morals into self-driving cars and we investigate the science at work on the courts of Wimbledon...
  85. Marine Month: Life's A Beach2017/07/03
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  86. Would You Trust a Robot?2017/06/26
    Would you trust a robot to grow your food, to operate on you, to fight a war on your behalf, or to save your life in an emergency? We look at how robots are on course to alter our lives. Plus, new insights into how the Sun works, and climate change: why we need to wake up and smell the coffee: scientists are saying that warmer weather will affect the flavour of the world's favourite beverage.
  87. Hearts in the Extreme2017/06/19
    The Naked Scientists report back from the British Cardiovascular Society's annual conference, finding out how our tickers deal with extreme exercise and environments, from deep under the sea right into outer space.
  88. Can We Talk To Dolphins?2017/06/12
    The Naked Scientists are joined by marine biologist Danielle Green, physicist Stuart Higgins, psychologist Duncan Astle and astrophysicist Carolin Crawford, to tackle your questions. This week, find out whether you can hear screams in space, how to clean a beach, and just how giant is a Giant Squid?
  89. Cyber Security: When Crime goes Online2017/06/05
    As life moves increasingly online, so do crime and fraud. This week, we uncover some personal secrets from a supposedly blank hard drive, find out how hackers can use baby monitors to spy on people and hear about the next generation of passwords. Plus, news of how Zika virus could be used to combat brain cancer and plans to build a bigger, stronger particle accelerator.
  90. Biology's Biggest Mystery: The Origin of Life2017/05/30
    Journey back 3.7 billion years to the young earth, as we try to find out how life first began. Was it in a soup of colliding chemistry, a deep-sea hydrothermal vent or did life rain down on the earth from the cosmos? Plus, the microbial meal that changed the world.
  91. Why Bother Going to the Moon?2017/05/22
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  92. Would Aliens Understand Maths?2017/05/15
    Love it or loathe it maths is everywhere... from counting bees to interstellar trade with aliens, we explore how maths earned the title of the language of the universe. Plus, getting to know our new ancestor Homo naledi, how a good nights sleep can help to ease your pain and do cats really like milk?
  93. The Lowdown on Language2017/05/08
    This week, The Naked Scientists go global as we explore language - can speaking more than one exercise our brain?; and is our ability to save money purely down to the way we talk? Plus, the rodents that provide new information for stroke therapy and how very hungry caterpillars could solve our plastic problem...
  94. Zooming in on Cancer2017/05/01
    Cancer is a devastating disease, and one of the largest killers in the Western world. This week, in a special show, Kat Arney investigates how scientists are fighting back, from building tumours in the lab to a Google Earth for cancer.
  95. Gut Bugs: Friend or Foe?2017/04/24
    The Naked Scientists go on a tour of the intestine, from top to bottom, in search of the good and bad germs that lurk there and what they mean for our health. Plus, why touchscreens may be harming toddlers' sleep and why scientists all over the world are putting down their pipettes and picking up placards.
  96. Should I Sequence My Genes?2017/04/17
    What surprises might you find lurking in your DNA, and can that information be used against you?
  97. From Stem Cells to Brain Cells2017/04/10
    We speak to scientists turning embryonic cells into nerve cells to treat Parkinson's disease and growing an entire system of organs in the lab. Plus, how antibiotics taken during pregnancy may affect your child's behaviour and why climate change will lead to bumpier flights.
  98. Do air pollution masks actually work?2017/04/01
    The Naked Scientists are joined by cosmologist Andrew Pontzen, biologist Sarah Shailes, neuroscientist Philipe Bujold and biochemist Sarah Madden to pit their wits against your science questions. This week, find out how venus fly traps work, whether psychologists can read your mind and why there is so much variation in herbivore poo.
  99. Inside the Atom: 100 Years On2017/03/27
    100 years since Rutherford split the atom, we investigate the secrets of the building blocks of our Universe. How can we harness the energy locked inside these particles, how have scientists been engineering brand new elements, and are we all the children of starlight? Plus, news of an anti-aging protein, a dinosaur family tree shake up and a new technique which can create millions of stem cells.
  100. Is Modern Life Reducing our Fertility?2017/03/21
    Are trends in modern living helping or harming our ability to reproduce? And how do factors affecting fertility differ between men and women? Plus, fighting brain tumours with artificial antibodies and are internet filters really keeping children safe?
  101. A Crash Course in Space Junk2017/03/14
    There is a floating museum above our heads: millions of fragments from past space missions are hurtling round the earth and could destroy our current satellites. We find out how spacecraft are coping now, and how we might be able to clean up space in the future. Plus, news of a synthetically engineered yeast genome, a breakthrough in OCD and a new ebola vaccine for gorillas.
  102. What causes Brain Freeze?2017/03/07
    Why are we looking for earth-sized planets? Can I unshrink a woollen jumper? What does a black hole actually look like? Chris Smith is joined by David Rothery, Anna Ploszajski, Aimee Eckert and Michael Conterio to answer your science questions.
  103. Conversations about Climate Change2017/02/28
    This week, a crash course in climate change: we meet one strange fish already feeling the pinch, ask if humans are wired to ignore the threat, and look at one way we could all reduce our carbon footprint. Plus, why alcohol consumption can come back to bite you, the seven new planets discovered by NASA and the bees that have been trained to score goals.
  104. Preventing HIV with PrEP2017/02/21
    This week, we investigate the HIV preventative measure PrEP, which could be turning the tide on new infection rates - but is it safe to buy online? Plus, the toughest ever spider's web, a journey back through the history of language and the plant that could help clean up our oceans.
  105. Meteor, Comet or Asteroid: What's the Difference?2017/02/14
    What's the difference between a meteorite, meteoroid, a comet and an asteroid? We tell you how to find your own space rock here on Earth, and hear from a scientists tracking where space rocks come down in the Australian outback. Plus, why quinoa could feed the world in future, and is vaping safer than smoking, or a gateway for a fresh legion of teen smokers?
  106. Can we Create Artificial Gravity?2017/02/07
    Do giraffes get struck by lightning? What's the highest number a person could count to? How do animals have sex underwater? Chris Smith teams up with Tim Revell, Richard Hollingham, Chris Basu and Danielle Green to tackle your science questions, which range from the bottom of the ocean to outer space!
  107. Optogenetics: Lighting up the Brain2017/01/31
    Could a light in your brain cure epilepsy, or send you to sleep? The Naked Scientists investigate the mysterious field of optogenetics, and the treatments it promises to bring. Plus, news of a cancer-detecting artificial intelligence and a vaccination to fight fake news.
  108. The LED Lighting Revolution2017/01/24
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  109. The Science of Laughter2017/01/17
    This week, The Naked Scientists take a look at the science of laughter, asking why we like to laugh, hearing what babies find funny and meeting a joke-building robot. Plus, news of a gene editing technique taking on a deadly disease and a record-breaking knot.
  110. Are more crimes committed during a full moon?2017/01/10
    Does being angry increase your risk of a heart attack? What's a psychopath? And how much does a single cell weigh? This week, Chris Smith answers your questions with Stuart Higgins, Maud Borensztein, Kyle Treiber and James Rudd.
  111. 2016: A Year in Science2017/01/03
  112. Humanity's Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence2016/12/27
  113. The 12 Scientific Days of Christmas2016/12/20
  114. What's the Healthiest Way to Eat an Entire Cake?2016/12/13
  115. When The Drugs Don't Work...2016/12/06
  116. Is DNA the Basis for all Life in the Universe?2016/11/29
  117. Navigating the Future2016/11/22
  118. What's between my internal organs?2016/11/15
  119. The History of Hominins: Are Humans Special?2016/11/08
  120. Your Brain on Horror2016/11/01
  121. The End of Night2016/10/24
  122. Hospital Health Check2016/10/17
  123. Will We Beat Alzheimer's Disease?2016/10/10
  124. Why do Cats Have Vertical Pupils?2016/10/03
  125. A Little Light Relief2016/09/26
  126. Mapping the Milky Way2016/09/19
  127. Moulding the Minds of Tomorrow2016/09/12
  128. How Old is the Average Atom?2016/09/05
  129. Scrutinizing Science2016/08/29
  130. Animation: The Reel Deal2016/08/22
  131. Drugs: Time for a Change?2016/08/15
  132. Do Fish Fart?2016/08/08
  133. The Science Too Hot To Handle2016/08/01
  134. Fuels Of The Future2016/07/25
  135. A Dog's Life: Intelligence and Inbreeding2016/07/18
  136. Concrete Jungles2016/07/11
  137. Can toads predict earthquakes?2016/07/04
  138. Science meets MasterChef!2016/06/27
  139. Autopsy: A Matter of Life and Death2016/06/20
  140. How to Keep your Heart Healthy2016/06/13
  141. Your Home in 20502016/06/06
  142. Stressed? You're not the only one...2016/05/30
  143. The War on Salt2016/05/23
  144. Does Telepathy Exist?2016/05/16
  145. Phosphorus: Essential to All Life But Are We Running Out?2016/05/09
  146. Can Science Prove Whodunnit?2016/05/02
  147. The Secret World of Shipping2016/04/26
  148. What happened to Tutankhamun's heart?2016/04/18
  149. Conflict in Conservation2016/04/11
  150. Can You Boost Your Memory?2016/04/05
  151. Will an artificially intelligent robot steal your job?2016/03/29
  152. Do you burn more calories when thinking?2016/03/22
  153. Cambridge Science Festival: Battle of the Brains2016/03/15
  154. The A - Zika of viruses: Preventing Pandemics2016/03/08
  155. Gravitational Waves: Discovery of the Decade?2016/03/01
  156. Could The Internet Die?2016/02/23
  157. Rules of Attraction: The Science of Sex2016/02/16
  158. Caffeine: Friend or Foe?2016/02/09
  159. Food Security: Insects for Dinner?2016/02/02
  160. Black holes: the inside story...2016/01/26
  161. The Hidden World of Hibernation2016/01/19
  162. Why do we have pubic hair?2016/01/12
  163. Do You Have Skinny Genes?2016/01/05
  164. Top Scientific Moments of 20152015/12/29
  165. Cracking the science of Christmas2015/12/22
  166. Dishing the Dirt on our Soils2015/12/15
  167. Music Technology: Do or Die?2015/12/08
  168. Fighting Floods: Who Gets Hit?2015/12/01
  169. Sugar Tax: Answer to Obesity?2015/11/24
  170. Big Data, Big Deal?2015/11/17
  171. Do squirrels ever forget where they hid their nuts?2015/11/10
  172. Electric Cars: Pollution Solution?2015/11/03
  173. Should I Stay, or Should I go... to Mars?2015/10/27
  174. Could We Ever Colonise Mars?2015/10/19
  175. Mars: Are we nearly there yet?2015/10/12
  176. Could you be an astronaut?2015/10/05
  177. Why don't spiders get stuck on their webs?2015/09/28
  178. How to Save a Life2015/09/21
  179. Climate Change: Making Waves?2015/09/14
  180. Hands-on, Minds Open: The Changing Face of Science2015/09/07
  181. Pluto, at Long Last...2015/08/31
  182. Truth and Beauty: The Hidden World of Symmetry2015/08/22
  183. The Yuck Factor: Why We Find Things So Disgusting2015/08/17
  184. Graphene2015/08/10
  185. Meet your Sex Hormones2015/08/03
  186. Why do Scientists say "So"?2015/07/28
  187. The Seven Million Dollar Maths Mystery2015/07/20
  188. Make it Digital!2015/07/13
  189. BOOM! The Bang behind the bomb, and how to stop it2015/07/06
  190. Caesium: The Element that Redefined Time2015/06/29
  191. Bring out your Dead: Plague and Fire2015/06/22
  192. What does Falling into a Black Hole Feel Like?2015/06/15
  193. Behind Blood donation2015/06/08
  194. Dark Matter: A Massive Mystery2015/06/01
  195. How many geckos to hold up a human?2015/05/25
  196. Can astronauts shower in space?2015/05/18
  197. Safety at 40,000 Feet2015/05/11
  198. Violent Volcanoes2015/05/04
  199. Game on! The Science of Video Gaming2015/04/27
  200. Could Earth be Knocked Out of Orbit?2015/04/20
  201. Defying Death...2015/04/13
  202. Egg-cellent Easter Science2015/04/06
  203. Whodunnit? Fascinating Forensics2015/03/31
  204. Brain on fire2015/03/24
  205. Chasing Rainbows: The Quest to Understand Light2015/03/17
  206. The Life Parasitic2015/03/10
  207. Eureka Streaker: Experiments that Changed the World2015/03/03
  208. Marijuana: Risk or Remedy?2015/02/24
  209. Your Smartphone: What's it Saying to Cyber-Criminals?2015/02/17
  210. Meet the Doctors of Love!2015/02/10
  211. Outnumbered: Are your bacteria controlling you?2015/02/03
  212. Lifting the lid on Plastic2015/01/27
  213. The Secrets of Sleep2015/01/20
  214. Fighting Fat with Science2015/01/13
  215. Dissolving teaspoons: Naked in Wellington2015/01/06
  216. Voices in the Dark2014/12/30
  217. The Science of Christmas2014/12/23
  218. Total wipe out: Mass Extinction2014/12/16
  219. Good Vibrations2014/12/09
  220. The Internet: the good, the bad and the ugly2014/12/02
  221. Does Airport Security Really Make Us Safer?2014/11/23
  222. Inside the Ebola Epidemic2014/11/18
  223. Combating Cancer2014/11/11
  224. Supernatural Science2014/11/04
  225. Transport of Tomorrow2014/10/28
  226. The Cities of Tomorrow2014/10/20
  227. Will Climate Change Cost the Earth?2014/10/13
  228. Powering the Future2014/10/06
  229. Alien Hunters: The Search for ET2014/09/27
  230. Can you 3D-print me a new kidney?2014/09/20
  231. Hack Attack!2014/09/15
  232. Does nature do it better?2014/09/08
  233. Nuclear Fusion2014/09/01
  234. The Naked Scientists in New Zealand2014/08/25
  235. Personalised Medicine2014/08/18
  236. Food for Thought!2014/08/11
  237. The brightest light in the Universe2014/08/04
  238. A trip to the seaside2014/07/28
  239. The End of Extinction?2014/07/21
  240. Returning to the Moon - A giant leap for mankind?2014/07/14
  241. Saddle Up: The Science of Cycling2014/07/07
  242. Engineering the Impossible2014/06/30
  243. Ready for Kick Off...2014/06/23
  244. Untangling Alzheimer's Disease2014/06/16
  245. Freeze Dried Blood!2014/06/09
  246. Learning to Learn2014/06/02
  247. The Cost of a Life2014/05/26
  248. Natural born cleaners2014/05/19
  249. Powering up the National Grid2014/05/12
  250. Fascinating Fossils2014/05/05
  251. Building the Future2014/04/28
  252. Huntingtons Disease2014/04/21
  253. Why do we laugh when tickled?2014/04/14
  254. Power to your Elbow: Better Batteries2014/04/07
  255. Right Hand, Left Hand2014/04/01
  256. Devouring Raspberry Pi2014/03/25
  257. Pit your Wits...2014/03/18
  258. Turning the tide on flooding2014/03/11
  259. AUTOMATE: The World of Robots2014/03/04
  260. The Noro Show2014/02/25
  261. Brainy Babies!2014/02/24
  262. David Willetts AAAS Audio Blog2014/02/20
  263. NAKED at the AAAS2014/02/14
  264. Green Food2014/02/11
  265. Nanosized Science2014/02/04
  266. Exorcist, or Exercise: what's healthier?2014/01/28
  267. And now for the weather, in space...2014/01/21
  268. Are old habits hard to break?2014/01/14
  269. Why don't microwaves spark off themselves?2014/01/07
  270. Hydrogen-powered Party Poppers2013/12/24
  271. Super-shape me!2013/12/17
  272. Diving into Ocean Conservation2013/12/10
  273. Life, The Universe and Everything2013/12/03
  274. Sniff! Sniff!2013/11/26
  275. Restore, repair, retain!2013/11/19
  276. Stopping Multiple Sclerosis2013/11/12
  277. Cutting Edge in Cancer2013/11/05
  278. Extreme Geology2013/10/29
  279. Stopping Superbugs2013/10/19
  280. Tunnelling Under London2013/10/14
  281. Science Centre Showoff2013/10/07
  282. Science of Sleep2013/09/30
  283. Citizen Science: Research You can Do2013/09/23
  284. Shedding Light on the Brain2013/09/16
  285. Get the Frack Out of Here...2013/09/11
  286. Can you dehydrate in a bath?2013/09/04
  287. Shark Camouflage in Australia2013/08/28
  288. Australia's First BBQ2013/08/21
  289. Naked in Australia2013/08/14
  290. Mapping out the Milky Way2013/08/07
  291. Questions and Answers2013/07/31
  292. The Science in Sport2013/07/24
  293. The Science of Schizophrenia2013/07/17
  294. Souping up Solar2013/07/10
  295. The Last Organism Alive on Earth2013/07/03
  296. Modelling Diseases in Dishes2013/06/26
  297. Fascinating Fungi2013/06/19
  298. Extreme Physiology: Everest to Ocean Floor2013/06/12
  299. Can GPS systems be Spoofed?2013/06/05
  300. Shedding light on LEDs2013/05/30
  301. Do plants get jetlag?2013/05/22
  302. Will it rain tomorrow?2013/05/15
  303. Gone Viral: Germs under surveillance2013/05/08
  304. Art & Antiquities: Conservation and Preservation2013/05/01
  305. Testing Legal Highs2013/04/24
  306. Stem Cells and Gene Therapy2013/04/17
  307. Meet the ancestors2013/04/10
  308. The SKA and Radio Astronomy2013/04/04
  309. Naked Genetics Special Episode2013/03/28
  310. The Future of Digital Storage2013/03/21
  311. BANG! Naked Science Festival2013/03/17
  312. John Snow and Cholera2013/03/14
  313. Dining Out on Food Security2013/03/07
  314. Extreme Engineering2013/02/28
  315. Supersenses: Extraordinary Animals2013/02/21
  316. What is Love?2013/02/14
  317. Analysing Asteroids2013/02/07
  318. I'm a Tasmanian Devil, Get Me Out Of Here!2013/01/31
  319. We're Back! Transparent Electronics2013/01/24
  320. What's Living in Your Loo?2012/12/30
  321. Does a Frozen Body Shatter?2012/12/23
  322. The Science Behind Broadcasting2012/12/16
  323. Unravelling Epigenetics2012/12/09
  324. Protecting Our Oceans2012/12/02
  325. Investigating ISIS - The Neutron Source2012/11/25
  326. Can Gravity Leak from Alternate Universes?2012/11/18
  327. Bed Bug Biology2012/11/11
  328. The Cutting Edge of Cancer Research2012/11/04
  329. Ugly Animals Need Love Too2012/10/28
  330. Is there a Googol of anything in the Universe?2012/10/20
  331. Listen Up! The Science of Hearing2012/10/13
  332. Tricks of the Mind2012/10/06
  333. Dodging Death: Growing Old in Good Health2012/09/29
  334. What shape web does a spider spin in space?2012/09/22
  335. Silicon Sailors - Robots take to the waves2012/09/15
  336. Is there life under Antarctica?2012/09/08
  337. Cybersecurity: how safe are we online?2012/09/01
  338. The Brain Uncovered: Naked Neuroscience2012/08/28
  339. The Hydrogen Economy: Fuelling the Future2012/08/18
  340. Do Dogs Understand People?2012/08/11
  341. Curious about Mars...2012/08/06
  342. How Science Goes for Gold2012/07/28
  343. How Powered Flight got off the Ground2012/07/21
  344. Better to blow up an Earth-bound Asteroid?2012/07/14
  345. Super Bainite: Super Strong Steel2012/07/07
  346. An Olympic Effort - Keeping Crowds Safe2012/06/30
  347. Exposing Explosives2012/06/23
  348. Why Do I See Stars when I Stand?2012/06/16
  349. SETI, Aliens and the Origins of Life2012/06/09
  350. Getting Inside your Genes2012/06/02
  351. Making a Meal out of Microbes2012/05/26
  352. From PC to Plane - Making New Metals2012/05/22
  353. Cracking Chronic Fatigue2012/05/12
  354. Naked in Norway2012/05/05
  355. Is there such a thing as a "girls' throw"?2012/04/28
  356. Clock This! - The Science of the Circadian Rhythm2012/04/21
  357. Saving Submariners and Studying Deep Sea Species2012/04/14
  358. Naked Oceans - From Plastics to Poo2012/04/07
  359. Why did my Dishcloth Detonate?2012/04/01
  360. Going Nuclear2012/03/25
  361. Why Viruses Don't Infect the Same Cell Twice2012/03/18
  362. Sensors and Sensibility2012/03/11
  363. Wattage from Waste and Watching Our Water2012/03/04
  364. Can a Mobile Phone Compromise your Sperm Count?2012/02/26
  365. ZAP! Lasers on trial...2012/02/19
  366. Reclaiming Wasted Watts - Thermoelectric Generators2012/02/12
  367. Do Diet Foods Make You Fat?2012/02/05
  368. Are any viruses good for you?2012/01/29
  369. Vitamin D: Shedding light on diabetes, MS and cancer2012/01/22
  370. Mind Meets Machine2012/01/15
  371. What's Inside Your Nappy?2012/01/08
  372. What Colour is a Dead Chameleon?2011/12/18
  373. Monitoring Moods with Mobiles2011/12/11
  374. Underwater Archaeology and Underwater Welding2011/12/04
  375. Imaging the Invisible2011/11/27
  376. Is Technology Altering Your Brain?2011/11/20
  377. Flu Vaccines from Tobacco?2011/11/13
  378. NCRI Cancer Conference2011/11/06
  379. Gene Therapy and Stem Cell Therapy2011/10/29
  380. Why Is Ice Slippery?2011/10/22
  381. Plant Pests and Plant Pathology2011/10/15
  382. Outpacing Petrol - Biofuels and Hydrogen2011/10/08
  383. Would a Siphon Work in Space?2011/10/01
  384. Cheese Making and Cake Baking: The Chemistry of Cookery2011/09/24
  385. Chilling Out - The Science of Cryogenics2011/09/19
  386. Supercomputers & Super Computing2011/09/10
  387. Australopithecus Sediba Special2011/09/07
  388. Why do some animals dump indiscriminately?2011/09/03
  389. Science in Scotland2011/08/30
  390. Do planes trigger rains?2011/08/20
  391. Chemistry By Design2011/08/13
  392. Do bubbles help washing up?2011/08/06
  393. The Year in Ocean Science2011/07/30
  394. The Year in Astronomy2011/07/23
  395. Digging up the Year in Archaeology2011/07/16
  396. Bouncing Bombs and Blacksmiths2011/07/09
  397. Pushing Back the Pain Barrier2011/06/25
  398. Coal Gasification and Carbon Capture2011/06/18
  399. Passengers in a Bacterial Body2011/06/11
  400. Do My Eyes have Anti-Shake Vision?2011/06/04
  401. Metallurgy - Metals at the Molecular Scale2011/05/28
  402. Scratch 'n Sneeze - Science of Allergies2011/05/21
  403. Wet But Not Wild - Farming Fish2011/05/16
  404. Should I Lie Down to Tan?2011/05/07
  405. Brains, Batteries and Nuclear Fusion2011/04/30
  406. Diamond Light Source Special2011/04/23
  407. DNA-away Disease: Gene Therapy at Work2011/04/17
  408. Are Dogs Ticklish?2011/04/10
  409. Keeping the Conversation Flowing2011/04/03
  410. Life Where the Sun Don't Shine...2011/03/27
  411. Beyond the Universe - Multiverses and More2011/03/20
  412. Why did a Laser Make My Nuts Glow?2011/03/13
  413. Aspirin's Anniversary2011/03/06
  414. Boosting Your Bones2011/02/27
  415. Checking the Atmosphere and Changing the Climate2011/02/20
  416. What Makes Mucus Green?2011/02/13
  417. Low Energy, High-Power Processing2011/02/06
  418. Leprosy: The Low Down2011/01/30
  419. Analysing Antimatter2011/01/23
  420. Do Metal Spinal Implants Lure Lightning?2011/01/16
  421. Would you donate your body to science?2011/01/09
  422. National Pathology Week 20102011/01/02
  423. Back in the Saddle: Getting Paralysed Patients Riding and Rowing2010/12/26
  424. Blowing out Candles Round Corners2010/12/19
  425. Why's Graphene Great?2010/12/12
  426. Electrifying the Future2010/12/05
  427. Why do Men's Bits Shrink in the Cold?2010/11/28
  428. Smart Pills: Drugs to Boost Brain Power2010/11/21
  429. The Science of Sustainable Shipping2010/11/14
  430. Cancer - Hallmarks and Hit and Run Viruses2010/11/07
  431. Where does Phlegm come from?2010/10/31
  432. AIDS to conquering HIV2010/10/23
  433. The Science of Turbulence2010/10/16
  434. Neuromarketing - The Brain Basis of Buying Behaviour2010/10/09
  435. Would an Antimatter Magnet Attract a Normal Matter Magnet?2010/10/02
  436. Neuroimaging2010/09/25
  437. The British Science Festival2010/09/20
  438. What Happens to a Tankful of Fish in Orbit?2010/09/11
  439. Science Down Under 20102010/09/04
  440. Diving into Naked Oceans!2010/08/21
  441. Digging in the Dirt and Looking at the Stars2010/08/14
  442. The Tour de France2010/08/07
  443. The Science of Glastonbury2010/07/31
  444. How do Ants Count?2010/07/24
  445. Going Nuclear2010/07/17
  446. Lasers in Medicine2010/07/10
  447. How do you Weigh a Volcano?2010/07/03
  448. What's the point of eyebrows?2010/06/29
  449. Seriously Small Structures2010/06/19
  450. 50 years of Lasers2010/06/14
  451. Creatures in Colonies2010/06/05
  452. Do Bacteria Grow on Bars of Soap?2010/05/29
  453. Transmissible Tumours2010/05/22
  454. Synthetic Biology2010/05/15
  455. Does Beer Kill Brain Cells?2010/05/08
  456. GPS - Where in the World Are We?2010/05/01
  457. Archaeogenetics - The Past in Our Genes2010/04/25
  458. The National Astronomy Meeting2010/04/17
  459. What do worms do in the rain?2010/04/11
  460. Can you Steer a Hurricane...?2010/03/28
  461. The Science of Farming2010/03/23
  462. How Do Jellyfish Reproduce?2010/03/15
  463. The Science of Solar: Photovoltaics2010/03/08
  464. The Science of Water Security2010/03/01
  465. Winds, Wings, Whale Fins and Wind Power2010/02/23
  466. Do animals use toilet paper?2010/02/16
  467. Pollution & Plastics2010/02/08
  468. Augmenting Reality2010/02/01
  469. Explosive Science!2010/01/25
  470. Does Farting make you Weigh Less?2010/01/19
  471. Listen Here! The Science of Sound and Hearing2010/01/11
  472. Launching Naked Astronomy2010/01/05
  473. Dissecting Christmas Dinner2009/12/21
  474. Was Swine 'Flu Man-Made?2009/12/14
  475. Understanding Hepatitis C2009/12/07
  476. What if a Meteorite Destroyed the Moon?2009/11/30
  477. Science Down Under2009/11/23
  478. Producing Planets2009/11/17
  479. Investigating Infertility2009/11/09
  480. Where do lost socks go?2009/11/03
  481. Introducing - The Diamond Light Source Podcast2009/10/29
  482. The Diseased Brain2009/10/27
  483. High Altitude Adventures2009/10/20
  484. Why does Water Expand when it Freezes?2009/10/13
  485. Catching Up with Cancer Research2009/10/05
  486. Researchers Revealed!2009/09/29
  487. Life in the Branches2009/09/21
  488. Building Bodies and Mending Broken Hearts2009/09/14
  489. Can you run faster on the moon?2009/09/07
  490. Diana and Meera's Best Bits2009/08/30
  491. Ben and Dave's Best Bits2009/08/25
  492. Helen's Best Bits2009/08/17
  493. Kat's Best Bits2009/08/11
  494. Peeing on an Electric Fence2009/08/04
  495. Rubbish!2009/07/28
  496. Making Babies - Pregnancy and Fertility2009/07/20
  497. The Rap Guide to Evolution - Darwinian Hip Hop2009/07/16
  498. Here's Looking at You - the Science of Vision2009/07/14
  499. Why Does Toothpaste Make Food Taste Funny?2009/07/07
  500. Driving into the Future2009/06/30
  501. The Future of our Food2009/06/22
  502. Your Science Questions2009/06/16
  503. The Science of Architecture2009/06/09
  504. Bioengineering2009/06/01
  505. Getting Under Your Skin2009/05/26
  506. Science Questions and Answers2009/05/19
  507. Clean Water and Alien Invasions2009/05/11
  508. Tackling Transport2009/05/05
  509. Cleaner City Air2009/04/28
  510. Questions and Answers2009/04/21
  511. SciFest Africa2009/04/07
  512. History of Medicine2009/03/29
  513. Computer Science2009/03/24
  514. The Cambridge Science Festival2009/03/17
  515. Your Questions and the Science of Sword Swallowing2009/03/10
  516. Inspired by Science2009/03/03
  517. The International Year of Astronomy2009/02/24
  518. The Science of Love2009/02/16
  519. Stripping Down your Questions2009/02/10
  520. The Science of the Seriously Small2009/02/03
  521. Material, Heal Thyself2009/01/27
  522. Obesity in your Genes2009/01/20
  523. New Year, New Naked Science2009/01/13
  524. Why not "Ask the Naked Scientists?"2009/01/06
  525. Introducing - Naked Archaeology2008/12/30
  526. Merry Naked Christmas!2008/12/22
  527. Emerging Diseases2008/12/16
  528. The Science of Sight2008/12/09
  529. The Naked Scientists in LA2008/12/02
  530. Would a Helium Balloon Float on the Moon?2008/11/24
  531. Archaeology2008/11/18
  532. National Pathology Week2008/11/11
  533. Should we fill Tyres with Nitrogen?2008/11/03
  534. The Psychology of Drinking and Dancing2008/10/28
  535. Fusion - The Real Solar Power2008/10/21
  536. How Does a One-way Mirror Work?2008/10/14
  537. Catching Up with Cancer2008/10/07
  538. Young at Heart - Healthy Ageing2008/09/30
  539. Superbugs - MRSA and C. diff2008/09/22
  540. Why do we Stop Noticing Smells?2008/09/15
  541. The Large Hadron Collider2008/09/08
  542. The Science of the Sea2008/09/02
  543. The Sounds of Science2008/08/18
  544. The Final Frontier2008/08/12
  545. A Punt down the Cam2008/08/04
  546. Can you Flavour Breast Milk?2008/07/29
  547. Discovering Drugs2008/07/22
  548. Olympic Science2008/07/15
  549. Body Clocks and Circadian Rhythms2008/07/07
  550. Naked Evolution2008/07/01
  551. How do Atoms make Colours?2008/06/24
  552. Fire and Mud2008/06/17
  553. The Secrets of Odysseus2008/06/10
  554. Questions and Answers2008/06/03
  555. Life on Mars2008/05/27
  556. Your Bacterial Body2008/05/20
  557. Repelling Pests - Mosquitoes, Moths and Weeds2008/05/13
  558. Clothed Questions, Naked Answers2008/05/06
  559. Diamonds and Gemstones2008/04/29
  560. Houses of the Future2008/04/22
  561. The Science of the Sun2008/04/15
  562. Q&A and the Edinburgh Science Festival2008/04/08
  563. TB and Magnetic Bacteria2008/03/31
  564. The Cambridge Science Festival2008/03/18
  565. Naked Science Q&A Show2008/03/11
  566. Science of Music2008/03/03
  567. Virtual Life2008/02/25
  568. Boston T-ransplant Party2008/02/19
  569. Naked Science Q&A Show2008/02/11
  570. Wet and Wild2008/02/04
  571. Viruses and Vaccines2008/01/28
  572. Combating Climate Change2008/01/21
  573. Naked Science Q&A Show2008/01/14
  574. Addiction and Dieting2008/01/07
  575. Climate Change and more Ask the Naked Scientists2008/01/02
  576. Ask the Naked Scientists2007/12/26
  577. Naked Science Christmas Party2007/12/17
  578. Naked Science Q & A Show2007/12/11
  579. Alzheimer's, the Brain and Memory2007/12/04
  580. Science in South Africa Special2007/11/26
  581. The South Africa Space Special2007/11/19
  582. Naked Science Q & A Show2007/11/12
  583. Human Origins and Migration2007/11/05
  584. Stem Cells and Cloning2007/10/30
  585. Particle Physics Show2007/10/22
  586. Naked Science Q&A Show2007/10/15
  587. Beer & Brewing2007/10/08
  588. Smart Materials2007/10/02
  589. Robots and Artificial Intelligence2007/09/25
  590. The Best of the BA Festival2007/09/18
  591. Naked Science Q&A & the BA Festival2007/09/09
  592. Naked Science Q&A2007/09/04
  593. The Best of the Naked Scientists 22007/08/28
  594. The Best of the Naked Scientists2007/08/21
  595. Summer Special Q&A Show2007/08/14
  596. Venoms and Toxins - Natures Arsenal2007/08/07
  597. Naked Science Q&A Show2007/07/31
  598. Extreme Survival Show2007/07/23
  599. Fuels of the Future2007/07/17
  600. The Brain, Epilepsy and Out of Body Experiences2007/07/10
  601. Question and Answer Show2007/07/03
  602. ARMAGEDDON - Super Volcanoes, Meteorites and Earthquakes2007/06/26
  603. Forensic Science Show2007/06/19
  604. Question and Answer Show2007/06/12
  605. Animal Behaviour - Feathered Einsteins, Mischievious Meerkats and Monkey Vision2007/06/05
  606. Planets and Cosmology2007/05/28
  607. Volcanic pollution, the Ozone Hole and the Greenhouse Effect - The Atmosphere Show2007/05/22
  608. Germs, Fungi and Viruses - The Microscopic World2007/05/15
  609. Naked Scientists Question and Answer Show2007/05/07
  610. Migrating Genes, Surnames and Y Chromosomes2007/05/01
  611. Oceans and Marine Conservation2007/04/24
  612. New Ideas in Cancer2007/04/16
  613. Heart Disease and Repairing the Damaged Heart2007/04/03
  614. The Science of Flight2007/03/27
  615. National Science and Engineering Week2007/03/20
  616. Naked Science Question and Answer2007/03/13
  617. Peruvian Mummies and Animal Domestication2007/03/06
  618. Parasites and Clean Water Supplies2007/02/27
  619. Naked Question and Answer and Venomous Vipers2007/02/20
  620. Nuclear Power and Radiation in Medicine2007/02/13
  621. Science of Pain and Phantom Limbs2007/02/06
  622. Extreme Organisms and Hydrothermal Vents2007/01/30
  623. Climate Change and Renewable Energy2007/01/23
  624. Naked Science Question and Answer and the World of Chemistry2007/01/16
  625. Red Wine, Caffeine and Bugs in Your Guts2007/01/09
  626. Christmas Question and Answer and the Star of Bethlehem2006/12/19
  627. Dark Matter, Northern Lights and Mars in 3D2006/12/12
  628. Naked Science Question and Answer and Polonium Poisoning2006/12/05
  629. Repairing the Retina and Spinal Cord2006/11/28
  630. Science in Antarctica2006/11/22
  631. The Sound of Music2006/11/14
  632. Naked Science Question and Answer and Record Breaking Fireworks2006/11/07
  633. Superconductivity and Cooling Devices2006/10/31
  634. How We Hear, Echolocation and Giant Whoopee Cushions2006/10/27
  635. Science of Sight, Eye Diseases and Animal Vision2006/10/17
  636. How Cancers Form, Cancer Biology and Future Therapies2006/10/12
  637. Naked Science Question and Answer and New Horizons2006/10/05
  638. Catalysts for Cleaner Environments and Future Energy2006/09/26
  639. Peruvian Mummies, Ancient Environments and the Sahara2006/09/22
  640. Hot Nectar, Warming Weather and Birds Missing the Spring2006/09/15
  641. Naked Science Question and Answer2006/09/03
  642. Naked Science Question and Answer2006/08/09
  643. Crowd Control, Football Hooligans and Singing Mosquitoes2006/08/01
  644. Exploding Jellyfish, Marine Conservation and Sharks-3D2006/07/25
  645. The Science of the Sun, Sun Tanning, Nuclear Fusion and Fission Power2006/07/18
  646. Allergies, the Immune System and Parasites2006/07/12
  647. Sex Chromosomes, Genetics and Food Webs2006/07/05
  648. Naked Question and Answer and The Life of Benjamin Franklin2006/06/27
  649. Social Insects and Locust-Inspired Car Safety2006/06/20
  650. Bacteria, Viruses and Fungi2006/06/14
  651. Oil, Fuel Cells and Alternative Energy2006/06/06
  652. Naked Science Question and Answer and the Science of Happiness - Naked Scientists 06.05.282006/05/30
  653. Music Technology and the Science of Sound2006/05/23
  654. BSE, Cervical Cancer and Toxoplasmosis2006/05/16
  655. Dinosaurs and Fossils - Jurassic Science set in Stone2006/05/11
  656. Naked Science Question and Answer2006/05/02
  657. Coral Reefs and Creatures of the Deep Sea2006/04/25
  658. Forecasting Weather and Climate2006/04/12
  659. Brainwashing and the Science of Pain2006/04/05
  660. Naked Science Questions and Answers2006/03/28
  661. Invasive Species, Conservation and the Last Giant Tortoise2006/03/21
  662. Body Clocks, Circadian Rhythms and Time2006/03/14
  663. Recycling, Water Use and Problem Plastic2006/03/08
  664. The Science of Nanotechnology2006/02/28
  665. Chinese Medicine and the Healing Power of Plants2006/02/21
  666. Science of Seduction, Pheromones and the Food of Love2006/02/14
  667. Your Questions, Infectious Cancer and Louisiana Wetlands2006/02/07
  668. Meteorites, Satellites and Avoiding Asteroids2006/01/31
  669. Geology of Natural Disasters, Volcanoes and Earthquakes2006/01/24
  670. Plant Science, Composting and Mosquito Repellents2006/01/17
  671. Obesity, Appetite, Exercise and Weight Loss2006/01/10
  672. The Coriolis Effect and Christmas Questions for Dr Chris Smith2005/12/21
  673. Animal Communication, Sexual Signalling and Emotions2005/12/13
  674. Forensics, DNA Fingerprinting and Human Origins2005/12/06
  675. Stars, Cosmology and the Beginning of the Universe2005/11/29
  676. Naked Scientists - 05.11.20 - Genetics, DNA Extraction and the Human Genome Project2005/11/23
  677. Parasites, Hookworms and Allergies2005/11/15
  678. Fireworks, Explosions and Chemistry2005/11/10
  679. UFOs, Mars and Space Science2005/11/01
  680. Social Insects, Biting Bugs and a Potted History of Honey2005/10/25
  681. Avian Flu, How Flu Spreads, Anti-Flu Drugs, and how to avoid Influenza2005/10/18
  682. Stem Cells, Brain Repair and Tricks of Light2005/10/13
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