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  1. New Alzheimer's Culprit Identified2017/08/13
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  2. Violence weakens short term memory2017/07/27
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  3. How Does Sleep Affect Dementia?2017/07/20
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  4. Searching for super-fast stars2017/07/10
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  5. Can brain training slow the progression to Alzheimer's disease?2017/07/09
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  6. Why Do Beaches Disappear?2017/07/06
    Our coasts are constantly changing. And whilst human impact can have a significant impact Mother Nature also plays her part, tides and storms can change a beach overnight. Continuing with Marine Month, Chris Smith spoke to Oceanographer Simon Boxall from the University of Southampton about what's driving these changes and can we prevent them?
  7. Magnetic control of vision2017/06/29
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  8. What lies behind an egg's shape?2017/06/28
    Many of us enjoy a boiled egg or two for breakfast, but why are hen's eggs round at one end and pointy at the other? Katie Haylor caught up with Mary Stoddard of Princeton University, who's trying to find out why eggs look the way they do.
  9. The Rise of Deadly Heatwaves2017/06/28
    The third week of June had everyone searching for the suncream as temperatures reached record breaking heights. But while most of us enjoy fun in the sun, prolonged heatwaves can have significant health risks and can even be life-threatening. Izzie Clarke investigated just what is causing the surge in dangerous heatwaves and how we can stay cool as things start to heat up.
  10. What is Wannacry?2017/05/21
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  11. Ancient protein thwarts virus attack2017/05/16
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  12. Methane to Methanol2017/05/10
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  13. Blood test for autism2017/03/20
    Looking at biochemical markers found in blood samples of those with autism and those without, researchers are looking to develop a blood test that could serve as a diagnosis tool for autism spectrum disorders.
  14. Dental detectives shed light on ancient diets2017/03/10
    How the plaque found on the teeth of Neanderthals sheds light on their diets and lifestyles.
  15. Making Goodwill Go Viral2017/02/21
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  16. The Battery Powered by Stomach Acid2017/02/16
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  17. Why are viruses more virulent in men than women?2017/02/08
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  18. Plankton Change Genes to Combat Climate Change2017/01/24
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  19. Shark chemical wards off Parkinsons Disease2017/01/23
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  20. Big Brains Boost Deer2017/01/06
    Us humans boast about our big brains but until now, evidence has been scant to suggest that animals also benefit from having larger brains. Cambridge University's Corina Logan measured the skulls of 1314 red deer from the Isle of Rum to see if the brainy stags and does were more successful. She explained her results to Naked Scientist Tom O'Hanlon...
  21. Dissecting a Cheetah2016/12/19
    What's your usual Thursday night out? The cinema maybe, or a gig? Well how about a live cheetah dissection at the Royal Veterinary College in London? Don't worry if that's not quite your cup of tea because we sent Connie Orbach along for you...
  22. Climate 'Clamity'2016/12/15
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  23. Antidote to Silent Killer2016/12/14
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  24. Does deforestation drive disease?2016/12/12
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  25. Dark Energy Mapped2016/12/09
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  26. A new dimension for graphene production2016/12/07
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  27. Bullying increases overweight risk2016/11/18
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  28. Malaria's drug-resistance genes found2016/11/16
    Malaria parasites in Cambodia are showing resistance to the front line drug Piperaquine making current treatment useless and putting lives at risk. Dr Roberto Amato, and his team, uncovered the genetic basis for this resistance; he took Liam Messin through the study starting with how they collected parasite samples
  29. How to be an astronaut2016/11/15
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  30. Quantum leaps in quantum technology2016/11/11
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  31. Bionic plant sensors2016/11/10
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  32. Lunar Origins Explained2016/11/10
    Compared to a lot of the objects in our solar system the Earth's Moon is a bit unusual. A new theory, published in the journal Nature, explains how the Moon got to where it is today. Professor David Rothery, from the Open University, wasn't on the paper but he took Liam through what Matja Cuk, the study's lead author had done. He started by explaining what makes the Moon such a space oddity...
  33. Ice-free summers in the Arctic?2016/11/09
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  34. Are aliens out there?2016/11/08
    Now is there anybody out there? Or should I say is there anybody out there? Graihagh Jackson phones home to BBC broadcaster Dallas Campbell
  35. Non-invasive prenatal DNA screening2016/11/07
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  36. How small lies escalate2016/10/27
    White lies are widely accepted as an integral part of our everyday lives. And yet history has taught us how a series of small transgressions can snowball with detrimental outcomes. But can we really get desensitised to lying, and if so, what happens in our brains? Tali Sharot from University College London answered this question in her new study and Kerstin Gpfrich wanted to know more about it...
  37. First ever fossilised dinosaur brain found2016/10/26
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  38. UK opiate deaths double2016/10/24
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  39. Gender equality in STEM2016/10/23
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  40. Practising Medicine2016/10/17
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  41. A powerful duo against HIV2016/10/16
    Over 35 million people worldwide are living with HIV. Treatments cost billions and don't come without significant side effects for the individual. Now, researchers from Emroy University may have found a new drug duo to eliminate the need for debilitating lifelong HIV treatments. Kerstin Gpfrich spoke to Prof Aftab Ansari to find out how it works...
  42. Hospital Histories2016/10/13
    Addenbrooke's hospital in Cambridge celebrated its 250th birthday this week. To find out more about the history of the renowned hospital, Georgia Mills was shown around the archives by Hilary Richie, uncovering stories of naughty nurses, torturous medical tools and deathbed champagne.
  43. Balancing the methane budget2016/10/09
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  44. Genes linked to friendly dogs2016/10/06
    What makes dogs man's - or woman's - best friend? Scientists in Sweden gave a pack of dogs an impossible task to do: pushing along a plate that was actually stuck to the floor. The dogs that sought help from their owners were set up a different way genetically from dogs that like to be more wolf-like and independent. Georgia Mills spoke to researcher Per Jensen to hear what he's sniffed out...
  45. Bee Happy!2016/10/05
    Now you'd "bee" forgiven for thinking that bees are just simple insects that buzz about collecting nectar and fertilising flowers. But it turns out they have emotions just like us. Chris Smith spoke to Clint Perry, who works at Queen Mary University of London...
  46. Are humans born violent?2016/10/04
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  47. Is the Bermuda Triangle really cursed?2016/10/04
    For this week's mythconception, Kat Arney investigates the many mysteries surrounding the notorious Bermuda Triangle.
  48. Good fat fights bad fat2016/10/03
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  49. Older drivers drive safely2016/09/14
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  50. How pollution harms your lungs2016/09/07
    Air pollution is a growing problem in many parts of the world, as is an increasing incidence of lung and breathing problems. Although the link is clear, it's not known exactly how air pollution damages our lungs at a molecular level. Kat Arney's been finding out.
  51. Dawn of the Anthropocene2016/09/06
    Is this the dawn of a new era? Or, more accurately, epoch? This week scientists internationally have been voting to create a new geological time defined by our human existence. They're dubbing it the Anthropocene and Chris Smith wanted to find out what it means for our present and our future
  52. Gold from garbage2016/09/05
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  53. The secrets of Ceres2016/09/04
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  54. See-through rats bare their brains2016/08/25
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  55. Meet the Octobot - the soft robot octopus2016/08/24
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  56. Empathy speeds up learning2016/08/22
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  57. Why female fertility falls with age?2016/08/11
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  58. Sunflowers dance to their own beat2016/08/10
    It's summertime and fields are filled with sunflowers, devotedly following the rising sun. But why do they do it? This is a question that scientists at the University of California, Davis, have striven to answer and Dr Stacey Harmer thinks she has the answer as she explained to Lucka Bibic...
  59. Dinosaurs stuggled with arthritis2016/08/09
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  60. Zika vaccine breakthrough2016/08/08
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  61. Great Red Spot storm warms up Jupiter2016/08/08
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  62. Data Mining Helps Pneumonia Diagnosis2016/08/04
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  63. New anti-cancer patch2016/08/03
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  64. Chewing robot lives on a paleodiet2016/07/20
    Researchers at the University of Helsinki have developed a chewing robot to study the tie between tooth wear and the dietary patterns of animals. Their shiny stainless-steel chewing machine with 3D printed parts can now show how the paleodiet of the animals and their tooth wear rate affected their lifespan as Aleksis Karme explained to Lucka Bibic.
  65. Power of positive thought2016/07/14
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  66. Electronic nose senses pesticides and terrorism threats2016/07/11
    The most sensitive "electronic nose" ever has been built by scientists in Belgium. The portable "E-nose" uses spongy structures called metal-organic frameworks to pick up minute traces of molecules including harmful nerve gases. Lucka Bibic spoke to inventor Rob Ameloot...
  67. Royal Society Summer Exhibition2016/07/10
    It's summertime again and along with ice cream, sunburn and our other favourite British traditions, it's time for the Royal Society's Summer Science Exhibition, in London. We've been to see what's been going on
  68. Cyborg Cardiac Patch2016/07/09
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  69. Getting every last drop2016/07/06
    Days of squeezing the last drop from your shampoo bottles are over! Thanks to researchers from the US, we now have a material which allows sticky liquids to flow freely AND this has big implications for recycling, as Philip Brown explained to Lucka Bibic...
  70. Life-saving helium discovery2016/07/05
    Helium is the stuff that goes into party balloons and is also an essential ingredient in hospital MRI scanners. Most people have heard of helium but not many realise that we're in danger of running out of it. Luckily, Jon Gluyas from Durham University, has come up with a new way of finding it. Claire Armstrong spoke to him to hear how...
  71. Juno probe plunges into Jupiter2016/07/04
    Today, NASA's Juno spacecraft has plunged into uncharted territory, flying closer to Jupiter than we've ever been before. Graihagh Jackson spoke to co-investigator of the Mission, Professor Stan Cowley from Leceister University...
  72. Two Zika vaccine candidates discovered2016/07/03
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  73. Solar powered jet makes historic crossing2016/06/29
    Solar Impulse is a unique plane, powered not by jet fuel, but solar energy and it is currently on a record-breaking tour around the world. But how does that plane work and what is it like to fly? What happens when the sun begins to fade and the nigh falls over the ocean? Can a solar plane keep flying? Lucka Bibic caught up with co-pilot Andre Borschberg to ask about his green aviation mission.
  74. Silky sounds - making violins from silk2016/06/29
    When it comes to making musical instruments, there's as much science in today's violins as there is art. While many manufacturers around the world are still creating wooden violins, others are turning to alternative materials such as carbon fibre. But, as Kat Arney discovered, the natural world may provide even more options for making instruments with exciting new sound properties.
  75. Mini-guts for testing cystic fibrosis theraphy2016/06/29
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  76. Iron Up Against Heart Failure2016/06/21
    Chronic Heart Failure is the inability of your heart to effectively pump blood around your body and affects over half a million people in the UK alone. So what causes it and could treatments lie in something as simple as iron? Doctor Paul Kalra is a cardiologist from Portsmouth Hospital and he gave Chris Smith the lowdown.
  77. Sudden cardiac death in the young2016/06/15
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  78. Turning Carbon Dioxide Into Stone2016/06/09
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  79. The Longest Tunnel Ever Built2016/06/07
    On June the 1st, Switzerland announced the opening of the world's longest tunnel. Called the Gotthard tunnel, it runs under the Alps to link Northern and Southern Europe; and at 57.5 km, it's fair to say, you certainly wouldn't be able to see the light at the end of it! Our resident technology expert Peter Cowley talked Connie Orbach through the project.
  80. Immune System Surprisingly Adaptive2016/06/06
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  81. Fish like to eat microbeads than food2016/06/06
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  82. Universal Cancer Vaccine2016/06/05
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  83. Does salt increase blood pressure?2016/05/26
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  84. Botox Effects are More than Skin Deep2016/05/22
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  85. Boiling Frogs?!2016/05/19
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  86. 500 Years of Robots2016/05/18
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  87. The Maths of Gambling2016/05/15
    From maths hacks to poker playing bots, could there be a science to help you win big at the casino? Georgia Mills has been practising her poker face with help from Adam Kucharski...
  88. New link in how life began2016/05/15
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  89. Mouse Model Shows Zika Causes Birth Defects2016/05/15
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  90. Limbs from Gills?2016/04/25
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  91. Archaeology Undisturbed?2016/04/20
    In Archaeology is it better to keep an object in the ground or dig it up? Connie Orbach spoke to curators of the Fitzwilliam Museum's Death On The Nile exhibition Helen Strudwick and Julie Dawson and physicist Nishad Karim to find out how techniques from physics are allowing us to visualise objects without damaging them...
  92. Brains: the bigger the better?2016/04/19
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  93. Have STIs led to monogamy?2016/04/17
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  94. Will your doctor be prescribing LSD soon?2016/04/17
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  95. Invisible allies: the future of satellites2016/03/25
    Without satellites operating above us, we would be in considerable trouble; even ATM machines don't work without them! So this week, Graihagh Jackson has been at the Royal Academy of Engineering, where leaders in satellite and space technology have been meeting to discuss what's up there
  96. New Horizons reveals Pluto's secrets2016/03/23
    This week, we've had a first glimpse at the wealth of data sent back by the New Horizons probe, which reached Pluto and its largest moon, Charon, last summer. Open University space scientist David Rothery has been taking a look at the papers charting some of the discoveries, which were unveiled this week in the journal Science, and he went through the findings with Chris Smith...
  97. New stroke rehabilitation technique2016/03/22
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  98. ExoMars spacecraft launches successsfully2016/03/21
    ExoMars 2016 launched successfully last week, but why are we going back to the red planet? This mission aims to seek out methane, which could be a crucial clue to whether there is life on Mars.
  99. What's killing the bees?2016/02/26
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  100. Coercion - It's easy to be bad2016/02/25
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  101. Game changing cancer cure?2016/02/24
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  102. Mapping climate change2016/02/19
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  103. Here Comes Science: They Might be Giants2016/02/18
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  104. Gravitational Waves Discovered!!2016/02/12
    100 years after Einstein predicted them, scientists have finally discovered gravitational waves. For 25 years, hundreds of scientists across 16 countries have been trying to detect these elusive ripples and yesterday, the LIGO team announced they had finally detected them. Graihagh Jackson went to the announcement and met with the British scientists on the LIGO team...
  105. Zika declared public health emergency2016/02/10
    Last week, the outbreak of Zika virus in Brazil prompted the World Health Organisation to declare a global health emergency. The virus is spreading fast and has been linked to microcephaly, in which children are born with underdeveloped brains. Consultant virologist Tim Wreghitt spoke to Chris Smith about the situation...
  106. Gene editing human embryos2016/02/08
    This week, a British researcher got the green light to genetically modify human embryos - this is the first time that gene editing has been approved in embryos. However, it hasn't been met with open arms by everyone, with some arguing this is the first step to 'designer babies.' Graihagh Jackson spoke to Geneticist Andrew Wood to find out what exactly gene editing involves...
  107. What beached the sperm whales?2016/02/03
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  108. Could conspiracy theories be true?2016/02/02
    Science is full of conspiracy theories, the moon landings were faked and climate change is a hoax, but how many of them are likely to be true? Felicity Bedford spoke to Dr. David Robert Grimes from Oxford University who has given conspiracy theorists the benefit of the doubt and built a mathematical model to test whether, if these conspiracies were real, they would still be a secret...
  109. Behind the scenes at Call the Midwife2016/01/27
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  110. Free radicals - a miracle cure?2016/01/25
    Hibernating animals put their bodies through huge amounts of stress but seem to remain unharmed. Professor Rob Henning from Groningen University explained to Connie Orbach how mimicking their protective mechanisms might be the key to human health.
  111. National Security Algorithm2016/01/18
  112. New Leukemia Therapy2016/01/18
  113. Why Do Dogs Slurp So Sloppily?2015/12/22
  114. COP21 The Results2015/12/21
  115. Tim Peake Rockets To Space2015/12/21
  116. Science Breakthrough of the Year 20152015/12/18
  117. Plants communicate to trade with fungi2015/12/18
  118. ARM: 25 years as Britain's biggest tech company2015/12/15
  119. Can genetics help you stop smoking?2015/12/07
  120. Why loneliness can kill2015/12/02
  121. Sex addicts hooked by online porn2015/12/01
  122. Supergenes can determine behaviour2015/11/27
  123. Sounds to make you emotional2015/11/13
  124. Puberty Timing and Health2015/11/13
  125. Cambridge Graphene Technology Day2015/11/11
  126. How Random are DNA Mutations?2015/11/11
  127. Can we prevent breast cancer?2015/11/10
  128. How Healthy are E-Cigarettes?2015/11/09
  129. New Vaccine For RSV2015/11/09
  130. Eye drops to treat cataracts2015/11/07
  131. The problem with childbirth2015/10/30
  132. Frost prevented by new material2015/10/28
  133. Slippery steel that repels bacteria2015/10/24
  134. Is personality linked to birth order?2015/10/24
  135. 21m for Engineering Grand Challenges2015/10/20
  136. Getting high from marathon running2015/10/08
  137. How are our lives are mapped on our brains?2015/10/08
  138. Do people spread disease?2015/10/08
  139. Extinct animal colours revealed2015/10/07
  140. Concussion and the Rugby World Cup2015/09/29
  141. A cooling layer for solar cells2015/09/28
  142. Fidgeting could prolong your life2015/09/28
  143. Extremely Large Telescope2015/09/27
  144. 3D-printing body parts2015/09/25
  145. Paralysed man walks again2015/09/24
  146. A new insight into parasites2015/09/24
  147. Good beetle parents die younger2015/09/23
  148. Does stress affect elephant fertility?2015/09/22
  149. Lovey-dovey finches2015/09/17
  150. Age related diseases associated with 'biological age'2015/09/14
  151. Dusty farms protect children from allergies2015/09/05
  152. Green Highways2015/08/26
  153. Keeping clocks accurate2015/08/25
  154. Hidden memories explained2015/08/24
  155. Dogs evolved with climate change not prey2015/08/23
  156. Premature birth affects personality2015/08/10
  157. GCSE success: it's in your genes2015/08/04
  158. A pill on a string!2015/08/03
  159. Can de-worming really improve school attendance?2015/08/02
  160. Music tastes linked with brain type2015/07/31
  161. Sugary drinks increase diabetes risk by 20%2015/07/30
  162. Rocket-powered Punting2015/07/30
  163. Growing Human Hearts2015/07/23
  164. Volcanoes may have ended the Roman Empire2015/07/16
  165. Benefitting medically from marijuana2015/07/14
  166. Climate change is bad news for bees2015/07/13
  167. Why do our brains age?2015/07/13
  168. Predicting depression and anxiety2015/07/12
  169. RoboCabs: the key to curbing emissions?2015/07/12
  170. Men and women may feel pain differently2015/07/03
  171. What do fish and aircraft have in common?2015/07/02
  172. Just give me a second...2015/06/29
  173. PPI's Increase Heart Attack Risk2015/06/22
  174. Self-unrolling Brain Implant2015/06/21
  175. 75 million year-old Dinosaur Cells found2015/06/21
  176. Hawkmoths Shadowy Existence Uncovered2015/06/21
  177. Exploring Saturn's Newest Ring2015/06/14
  178. Coffee staves off depression2015/06/11
  179. Ending Earthquakes With Water2015/06/11
  180. Sequencing Schizophrenia2015/06/04
  181. Choose Your Treatment Wisely2015/05/17
  182. Winter Immune Blues2015/05/17
  183. A Study in Scarlet2015/05/17
  184. Baboon Buddies2015/05/17
  185. Selective Hearing2015/05/17
  186. Cells Turn Inside-Out2015/05/14
  187. Facebook leads to biased views2015/05/14
  188. Males donate competitively2015/04/23
  189. Modern lifestyles reduce gut bug diversity2015/04/21
  190. How do we hear time within sounds?2015/04/20
  191. GM Salmonella shrinks cancers2015/04/20
  192. Dark matter may not be completely 'dark'2015/04/19
  193. How the Moon was Made2015/04/13
  194. Evidence of dinosaur cannibalism2015/04/12
  195. Yeast: Rising from the bread2015/04/01
  196. Listening to the bat highway code2015/03/26
  197. How light can transmit WiFi2015/03/15
  198. When humans made their mark on the world2015/03/15
  199. Adapting to Arsenic2015/03/09
  200. Sophie the Stegosaurus2015/03/07
  201. What can we learn from NASA's Dawn probe?2015/03/06
  202. FameLab: the snapping shrimp2015/02/25
  203. Holes give diamonds their colour2015/02/22
  204. Space Worms2015/02/15
  205. 2015.02.13 - Detecting dark matter2015/02/13
  206. Positive thinking improves your health2015/02/07
  207. Differences between male and female brains2015/02/06
  208. From venom to medicine2015/02/06
  209. Mitochondrial Diseases: 3 Parent Embryos2015/02/04
  210. Chicks can count too!2015/02/02
  211. How close are we to the next mass extinction?2015/02/02
  212. Nano-Scale Quill Pen2015/01/27
  213. Super-slippery, water repellent surfaces2015/01/24
  214. Sea turtle sat nav2015/01/17
  215. Crashing Cars2015/01/16
  216. Geese fly over the Himalayas like a roller coaster2015/01/16
  217. Can cycling keep you younger?2015/01/13
  218. Could a brain scan predict your future?2015/01/12
  219. Cartoons are deadly (for lead roles)2014/12/24
  220. Has Curiosity found life on Mars?2014/12/20
  221. Feeling old shortens your life2014/12/19
  222. Machine makes people more empathic2014/12/19
  223. Foraging for Fossils2014/12/15
  224. reCAPTCHA with Luis von Ahn2014/11/30
  225. The science behind fasting2014/11/27
  226. Does your dog understand you?2014/11/27
  227. The fight against Ebola2014/11/17
  228. Body Clocks2014/11/14
  229. Shift Work Shafts Brains2014/11/14
  230. How wildcats became kitty cats2014/11/14
  231. Religion and nature2014/11/13
  232. Women in Science2014/11/10
  233. Healthy-Looking Leaders2014/11/10
  234. Imaging the Genome2014/10/31
  235. Foreign species invading the UK2014/10/20
  236. Detection dogs2014/10/14
  237. How plastic pollution may harm marine life2014/10/06
  238. The price of alcohol2014/09/29
  239. The smartest part of our brain2014/09/29
  240. Your nose knows death is imminent2014/09/29
  241. Common cold and asthma2014/09/28
  242. How dinosaur arms turned into bird wings2014/09/28
  243. New solar cells2014/09/28
  244. Do baby fish speak?2014/09/27
  245. Best place for cardiac arrest2014/09/25
  246. Strategic decision making revealed2014/09/24
  247. Worrying world population2014/09/18
  248. Ant-sized radios2014/09/16
  249. Modifying mice memories2014/09/15
  250. Sex and back pain2014/09/13
  251. Mental health support online2014/09/10
  252. EPSRC's Rising Stars2014/09/09
  253. Sudden death in athletes2014/09/08
  254. Bereavement suppresses the Immune System2014/09/08
  255. Parkinson's 'pocket-doctor'2014/09/08
  256. Unlocking Stonehenge's secrets2014/09/08
  257. Your Immune system vs Cancer2014/09/07
  258. Colour changing cuttlefish2014/09/07
  259. The problem with passports2014/08/26
  260. Star dust2014/08/20
  261. A Wired Society2014/08/19
  262. The evolution of the British peppered moth2014/08/19
  263. Our leaky ancestor2014/08/18
  264. How to make energy from oil-eating microbes2014/08/08
  265. Remembering to live to a ripe old age2014/08/05
  266. In Conversation with Martyn Poliakoff2014/08/04
  267. Do you own a jealous dog?2014/07/29
  268. Will reading as a child make you a smarter adult?2014/07/28
  269. Is there a genetic link to schizophrenia?2014/07/28
  270. How windfarms affect seals?2014/07/27
  271. The true cost of farming?2014/07/27
  272. Gut bacteria seek out injuries2014/07/17
  273. Obesity affects learning2014/07/16
  274. Is your sleep account in credit?2014/07/07
  275. Morality and Motivation2014/07/05
  276. People prefer shocks to thoughts!2014/07/02
  277. The Summer Science Exhibition 20142014/07/02
  278. 'Neonics' linked to honeybee decline2014/06/27
  279. Can we use faces as passwords?2014/06/26
  280. Cheaper Solar Panels2014/06/25
  281. Do we need another whooping cough vaccine?2014/06/25
  282. Why stress causes heart attacks2014/06/25
  283. UK government bans 'Qat'2014/06/25
  284. Mobile Microbiomes2014/06/25
  285. Why Salamanders can't get legless2014/06/23
  286. The Science of Making Colour2014/06/22
  287. The Future of Flooding in Britain2014/06/20
  288. Mountaintop blasted to build largest telescope2014/06/19
  289. Renewable Bioplastics2014/06/18
  290. One-two punch for evolution2014/06/08
  291. Massive Super-Earth2014/06/06
  292. Seabirds Chase Ships for Food2014/06/05
  293. Does Nicolas Cage cause drownings?2014/06/05
  294. The Battle of the Sexes2014/03/16
  295. Selecting Species to Save2014/03/14
  296. The Naked Mole Rat2014/02/27
  297. David Willetts AAAS Audio Blog2014/02/20
  298. David Willetts Speech to the AAAS2014/02/15
  299. Packing Up a Museum2014/02/12
  300. Can we eradicate Polio?2014/01/27
  301. Naked Scientists Guide to Genetics2013/12/13
  302. #genes2shape: Asymmetry... in snails2013/11/28
  303. #genes2shape: Tubby - from obesity to drought tolerance2013/11/28
  304. Afghanistan on the brain2013/11/27
  305. A weather forecast, for the dinosaurs2013/11/21
  306. Bodyguard drugs and TB2013/11/01
  307. Packing plants with eco energy2013/10/23
  308. How important are the microorganisms all around us?2013/10/23
  309. Diagnosing Emerging Disorders2013/10/15
  310. Stopping HIV Spread2013/10/05
  311. Red-tailed Black Cockatoo Conservation2013/10/02
  312. Self-Healing Concrete2013/09/30
  313. Tackling the tangles in Alzheimer's Disease2013/09/25
  314. British Science Festival 2013: Victorian Science2013/09/16
  315. 2013.09.17 - British Science Festival 2013: Ancient Parasites Treat Allergies2013/09/16
  316. British Science Festival 2013: Ugly Animal Preservation Society2013/09/12
  317. British Science Festival 2013: Sugata Mitra's School in the Cloud2013/09/11
  318. Diabetes Management - On your phone!2013/09/11
  319. British Science Festival 2013: Healthy Life Simulation2013/09/10
  320. Autism and dancing2013/09/10
  321. British Science Festival 2013: Ceri Brenner, Lasers2013/09/09
  322. British Science Festival 2013: Cosmic Rays and Technology2013/09/09
  323. The Science of Spin Bowling2013/08/09
  324. Diamond Lasers - Just a James Bond fantasy?2013/08/09
  325. The Science of the Working Lunch2013/08/02
  326. What Makes Plumes on Enceladus - Matt Hedman2013/08/01
  327. Exercise away the risk of stroke?2013/07/29
  328. Cycle Safety2013/07/29
  329. Brain scans to improve autism diagnosis2013/07/18
  330. Giant Water Lily2013/07/13
  331. National Astronomy Meeting: Thursday2013/07/03
  332. National Astronomy Meeting: Wednesday2013/07/02
  333. The Enigma Machine2013/07/02
  334. National Astronomy Meeting: Tuesday2013/07/01
  335. National Astronomy Meeting: Monday2013/06/30
  336. Technology and Tennis2013/06/29
  337. How do we make the right decisions?2013/06/28
  338. Catalysts2013/06/16
  339. Naked in Cheltenham2013/06/13
  340. What is Random?2013/05/16
  341. Science Toys, for Boys?2013/05/13
  342. Touching Up On Art Restoration2013/05/02
  343. Science In-Situ2013/03/25
  344. BANG! Naked Science Festival2013/03/17
  345. Tidal energy, turtle mating habits2013/03/12
  346. What does DNA sequencing do for me?2013/03/12
  347. Ice-Quakes in Svalbard2013/03/11
  348. Benedict Cumberbatch2013/03/06
  349. Our ancient ancestors, deep sea worms2013/02/19
  350. Using Genetics to Save the Ash Tree2013/02/05
  351. Pseudomonas aeruginosa - Martin Welch2013/02/03
  352. Avian pox in UK great tits, top conservation issues2013/01/23
  353. Climate tipping points, basking sharks, primates2013/01/08
  354. Protecting Nerves from Damage2013/01/05
  355. Planet Earth Podcast highlights from 20122012/12/26
  356. The Best of Synchrotron Science in 20122012/12/21
  357. Extra Questions - The Science Behind Broadcasting2012/12/18
  358. Citizen science projects, plants and greenhouse gases2012/12/12
  359. Bat calls, weather balloons, telomeres and ageing2012/11/27
  360. Solutions to urban flooding, peatland carbon storage2012/11/15
  361. Stories from the Synchrotron2012/11/15
  362. Unique plants in Bristol, contraceptives and fish2012/10/30
  363. Man-made salt marshes, ground heat, storms2012/10/19
  364. Sir John Gurdon, Nobel Laureate2012/10/12
  365. Future-proofing forests, noisy gannets, Antarctica2012/10/03
  366. Forecasting solar storms, fish personalities2012/09/18
  367. Entering the Infra-Red Zone2012/09/09
  368. BSF 2012 - Subglacial Lakes & Food on the Brain2012/09/06
  369. BSF 2012 - Finding Higgs and Mining Heat2012/09/05
  370. BSF 2012 - Seeing through Clothes and Water Voles2012/09/04
  371. Monitoring your Mobile Phone2012/09/04
  372. Early tetrapods, upland rivers, North Anatolian Fault2012/09/03
  373. BSF 2012 - Caring Technology and Colourful Fossils2012/09/03
  374. Saving Satellites2012/08/31
  375. Bees and sex, acid rain's legacy, cold water corals2012/08/15
  376. Mars Curiosity Extra2012/08/05
  377. Early African dairy farming, seabird migrations2012/07/31
  378. Brown water, bats and streetlights, plant methane2012/07/18
  379. Exciting new technologies that are revolutionising neuroscience2012/07/16
  380. The Naked Scientists unravel the connections in your brain2012/07/16
  381. The Naked Scientists strip down the brain in Spain2012/07/15
  382. Making a Material World2012/07/05
  383. Urban heat, ancient cave art, bold birds2012/07/04
  384. Bees, nanomaterials, and methane on Mars2012/06/19
  385. Medical diagnostics, the value of nature2012/06/05
  386. How Intelligence Happens2012/05/24
  387. Cold water corals, meteorites, new greenhouse gases2012/05/23
  388. Drought and record rainfall, indoor avalanches2012/05/09
  389. Microscopic plants, using volcanic ash for dating2012/04/25
  390. Fungal threats, hydrothermal vents, green buildings2012/04/15
  391. Pain and Pain Relief2012/04/11
  392. Air pollution, dwarf elephants and water footprints.2012/03/27
  393. Ten Years of Diamond2012/03/25
  394. What happens when we screw with our sleep patterns?2012/03/22
  395. Invasive signal crayfish, shags, night-shining clouds2012/03/14
  396. A global classroom brings the oceans alive2012/03/07
  397. River Thames pollution, Arctic freshwater bulge2012/03/05
  398. Mental Maps in the Brain2012/02/28
  399. Cambridge Cafe Scientifique - Opening up Your Mind2012/02/21
  400. Testing satellites on Earth, hedgerow wildlife2012/02/17
  401. Revitalising urban rivers, hot conservation topics2012/02/06
  402. Brain Control of Appetite and Body Weight2012/01/23
  403. Day to Day Diamond2012/01/23
  404. The Hoff Crab, North Sea fisheries, flood prediction2012/01/17
  405. Discovering the world's deepest deep sea vents2012/01/13
  406. Parkour and orang-utans, risks from solar storms2012/01/09
  407. The Thames Barrier, the colour of prehistoric birds2011/12/12
  408. Chemistry at the Synchrotron2011/12/05
  409. The Biology of Behaviour2011/12/05
  410. How Nicotine Switches the Brain onto Cocaine2011/12/05
  411. The Ozone Hole, Starlings in Fair Isle, Forest Fires2011/11/22
  412. Contagion Special2011/11/11
  413. Treating snakebites, and European shags2011/11/08
  414. Neanderthal mammoth hunters in Jersey2011/11/02
  415. HIV, Haemophilia and Muscular Dystophies2011/10/31
  416. Cancer and Ocular Gene Therapies2011/10/29
  417. Respiratory Disorders and Muscular Dystrophies2011/10/27
  418. Public Engagement in Gene therapy2011/10/27
  419. Cambridge Cafe Scientifique - NHS Rationing2011/10/19
  420. The deep sea, ancient proteins, Arctic research2011/10/13
  421. Spreading aliens, Arctic experience, and Antarctica2011/09/27
  422. Looking into the Light!2011/09/19
  423. Engineering the climate to tackle climate change2011/09/14
  424. Australopithecus Sediba Special2011/09/07
  425. Stonehenge, microscopic plants, and baboons2011/08/23
  426. Where do all the salmon go, and making CO2 bricks2011/08/12
  427. How Plants Attract Bats2011/07/29
  428. Searching for life in Lake Ellsworth2011/07/26
  429. Rip Currents and Carbon Capture2011/07/12
  430. Inside Diamond2011/07/08
  431. WWII bunkers, thugs and aliens, and calving glaciers2011/07/07
  432. Learning about Sheep Learning2011/06/28
  433. Bumblebee declines, microbes, and amazing birds2011/06/17
  434. The Pressures of the Deep Sea2011/06/10
  435. Cuckoos at Wicken Fen, snow, and radiocarbon dating2011/06/03
  436. Picturing the underwater world2011/06/02
  437. Taking a lobster's view on the oceans2011/06/02
  438. Exploring the wonders of the deep2011/06/02
  439. Cambridge Cafe Scientifique - Zero Degrees of Empathy2011/06/01
  440. Flood defences, the Southern Ocean, and whiter clouds2011/05/24
  441. Science from a plane, and forecasting space storms2011/05/05
  442. Volcanic ash and sediment time machines2011/04/26
  443. The Power of Magnetism2011/04/18
  444. Um, How Toddlers Learn Language2011/04/14
  445. The Earth's magnetic field, snow, and Chernobyl2011/04/07
  446. Fish poo, dead whales, and the Japan earthquake2011/03/23
  447. Reefs at Risk Revisited2011/03/10
  448. Carbon capture and storage, floods, CryoSat-22011/03/09
  449. Alzheimers on the Mind2011/03/07
  450. Tracking insects with a Big Dish, Australian floods2011/03/01
  451. Smart Way to Rehab2011/02/11
  452. Romans recycling, dinosaur colour, gravity mission2011/02/10
  453. Spectacular Synchronous Coral Spawning2011/02/10
  454. An Optimist's Tour of the Future2011/02/07
  455. Eroding Coastlines and Holy Grails - A look back at 20102011/01/31
  456. Noisy coral reefs, melting ice sheets and whale speak2011/01/28
  457. Essex coral reefs, malaria in the UK, and Antarctica2011/01/12
  458. An audio diary special edition2011/01/05
  459. Back in the Saddle: Getting Paralysed People Riding and Rowing2010/12/26
  460. Light Shed on Dark GRBs2010/12/21
  461. Red squirrels and a tropical Antarctica2010/12/09
  462. Animal Pathology - National Pathology Week 20102010/12/09
  463. Pathologists in Pregnancy - National Pathology Week 20102010/12/08
  464. Arctic Expedition Special2010/12/07
  465. Behind the Scenes at Great Ormond Street - National Pathology Week 20102010/12/07
  466. Palm oil plantations, charcoal, and a flea circus2010/11/23
  467. Cambridge Cafe Scientifique - DNA and Cancer2010/11/19
  468. Science through Structure!2010/11/17
  469. Leeches, earthquakes and weird sea-life2010/11/16
  470. Kew Gardens, Antarctica and ancient trees2010/11/10
  471. Splitting Earth, space weather and robotic dolphins2010/11/08
  472. Bowerbirds, a yellow sub and measuring CO22010/11/04
  473. Cambridge Cafe Scientifique - Dementia and an Ageing Population2010/11/01
  474. Barrel jellyfish and supercooled water2010/10/27
  475. The risks of following the herd and banded mongooses2010/10/20
  476. Butterflies, buoys and the English Channel2010/10/17
  477. Ice clouds and viper venom2010/10/14
  478. HIV Treatment in Rural Africa2010/10/11
  479. Orangutans, green buildings and an Antarctic GP2010/10/10
  480. The Psychology of Shopping2010/10/07
  481. Plastics in the oceans and tracking satellites2010/10/07
  482. Breaking the GM Taboo2010/10/07
  483. Lake Windermere and walking with dinosaurs2010/10/04
  484. Earthquakes: Past, Present and Future2010/10/01
  485. Protecting our Environment2010/09/27
  486. Malaria - The Gorilla's Gift2010/09/23
  487. Rockpools and ocean acidification2010/09/23
  488. Computing with a Quantum Walk2010/09/16
  489. Antarctica, wild geese and ash plumes2010/09/12
  490. Hi-tech physics, toxic soils and mussel shells2010/09/10
  491. Climate science, Vikings and other invasive species2010/09/10
  492. Oil palm plantations and coral reefs2010/09/09
  493. Energy crops, CryoSat-2 and bird bling2010/09/08
  494. Geoengineering, wind and sea squirts2010/09/07
  495. Teeth, spiders and epic migrations2010/09/06
  496. A New Look for Corneal Transplants2010/09/05
  497. Gold, storms and dinosaurs2010/09/02
  498. The Royal Society Summer Exhibition2010/07/22
  499. Cambridge Cafe Scientifique - Synthetic Biology2010/07/13
  500. Cambridge Cafe Scientifique - Gambling and the Brain!2010/07/06
  501. The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks2010/06/17
  502. Diamond Light Source - Entering the Clinic2010/06/04
  503. Cambridge Cafe Scientifique - Do Our Genes Cause Obesity?2010/06/03
  504. Cambridge Cafe Scientifique - Ape Research in Indonesia2010/04/28
  505. Cambridge Cafe Scientifique - Jumping to Delusions!2010/04/08
  506. Cambridge Cafe Scientifique - Our Place in the Cosmos!2010/03/11
  507. Diamond Light Source - Revolutionising Industry2010/03/03
  508. Cambridge Cafe Scientifique - Pandemics: Where Do New Infections Come From?2010/02/10
  509. Communicating with Patients in Persistent Vegetative States2010/02/08
  510. Diamond Light Source - The Machine2010/01/22
  511. Cambridge Cafe Scientifique - Nanofoods Archived2010/01/07
  512. Think Heart - Pathology Week 20092009/12/16
  513. Heart Transplant - National Pathology Week 20092009/12/16
  514. The Art of the Heart - Pathology Week 20092009/12/16
  515. Anatomy of a Heart Attack - Pathology Week 20092009/12/16
  516. Cafe Scientifique - Nanofoods2009/11/11
  517. Diamond Light Source - Engineering our Industries2009/11/06
  518. Diamond Light Source - Probing our Cultural Heritage2009/09/16
  519. Conversations from the Darwin Festival - Sandra Herbert2009/08/24
  520. WCSJ 2009 - Development Strand2009/08/14
  521. Conversations from the Darwin Festival - Sir Terry Pratchett2009/08/11
  522. WCSJ 2009 - New Media Strand2009/08/11
  523. Reporting Biomedical Science2009/08/05
  524. Conversations from the Darwin Festival - Brian Rosen2009/08/04
  525. Conversations from the Darwin Festival - Sir John Sulston2009/07/28
  526. Conversations from the Darwin Festival - Ruth Padel2009/07/21
  527. The Rap Guide to Evolution - Darwinian Hip Hop2009/07/16
  528. The Daily Darwin - Friday - From The Naked Scientists2009/07/10
  529. The Daily Darwin - Thursday - From The Naked Scientists2009/07/09
  530. The Daily Darwin - Wednesday - From The Naked Scientists2009/07/07
  531. The Daily Darwin - Tuesday - From The Naked Scientists2009/07/07
  532. The Daily Darwin - Monday - From the Naked Scientists2009/07/06
  533. Embargoes, Pharmaceuticals and Blogs at the World Conference of Science Journalists2009/07/06
  534. Peering into the Nano World - The Diamond Light Source Podcast2009/07/03
  535. Public Relations and Investigative Journalism at the World Conference of Science Journalists2009/07/02
  536. Predicting the Future of Science Journalism2009/07/01
  537. World Conference of Science Journalists2009/06/30
  538. World Hepatitis Day2009/06/15
  539. The Diamond Podcast - Life Science Special2009/04/29
  540. The Diamond Light Source Podcast2009/02/09
  541. National Pathology Week - The Autopsy2009/01/06
  542. National Pathology Week - Self Testing2009/01/06
  543. National Pathology Week - Plague Outbreak2009/01/06
  544. National Pathology Week2009/01/06
  545. Getting Wet and Seeing Stars - The Cambridge Science Festival Podcast2008/03/20
  546. The science of happiness, love and everyday life-The Cambridge Science Festival Podcast2008/03/19
  547. Building Brains and The Science of Dr Who - The Cambridge Science Festival2008/03/17
  548. Revealing our Memory and Holidays in Space- Cambridge Science Festival 082008/03/14
  549. Renewable Energy and Venetian Acoustics - The Cambridge Science Festival Podcast2008/03/13
  550. Revealing our Minds and Saving our Planet.2008/03/11
  551. Cracking Physics, Countdowns, and Drunken Fleas - Cambridge Science Festival2007/04/02
  552. Chemistry, Bacteria and Eyeballs - Cambridge Science Festival2007/03/27
  553. DNA and Cosmic Rock Guitar - Cambridge Science Festival2007/03/22
  554. Silent Aircraft, Astronomy and Robots - Cambridge Science Festival2007/03/20
  555. BA Festival of Science - Thursday - Animal Emotions and Deep Sea Hydrothermal Vents2006/09/07
  556. BA Festival of Science - Wednesday - Volcanoes and the Big Bang2006/09/06
  557. BA Festival of Science - Tuesday - Diet, Exercise, Health and Antibiotics2006/09/05
  558. BA Festival of Science - Monday - Superstition and Sport2006/09/04
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