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- The Naked Scientists Podcast - Stripping Down Science

- The Naked Scientists Podcast - Stripping Down Science

The Naked Scientists flagship science show brings you a lighthearted look at the latest scientific breakthroughs, interviews with the ...

Naked Scientists 14.03.04 - AUTOMATE: The World of Robots

Robots are under examination this week. Engineer Blaise Thomson, from Vocal IQ, designs speech systems for smartphones, Neil Bargh builds ...

Naked Scientists 14.02.25 - The Noro Show

Norovirus, the winter vomiting bug, affects 1 million people each year in the UK. But what is it, and how can you best protect yourself ...

Naked Scientists 14.02.24 - Brainy Babies!

Should you raise your baby to be bilingual Are video games rotting or rejuvenating children's brains We find out Plus in the news, ...

Naked Scientists 14.02.20 - David Willetts AAAS Audio Blog

UK Universities and Science Minister, David Willetts, becomes his own radio presenter here, on a tour organised by the UK's Science and ...

Naked Scientists 14.02.14 - NAKED at the AAAS

Do scientists resort to propaganda to defend climate change How do we deal with evolution unbelievers How do governments and policy-makers ...

Naked Scientists 14.02.11 - Green Food

We're chewing over the topic of food footprints How green is your lunchbox What's the environmental impact of your weekly food shop Plus, ...

Naked Scientists 14.02.04 - Nanosized Science

This week we we zoom in on the subject of nano-particles to examine how tiny objects, smaller than the wavelength of light, can be making ...

Naked Scientists 14.01.28 - Exorcist, or Exercise: what's healthier?

Live on location at the Cambridge Science Centre, Chris Smith is joined by exercise scientist Dan Gordon, who also holds the world record ...

Naked Scientists 14.01.21 - And now for the weather, in space...

This week we investigate why the UK is investing in space weather forecasts. Plus how could changes in the Sun's activity affect us here on ...

Naked Scientists 14.01.14 - Are old habits hard to break?

This week we want to hear how you're doing with your New Year's Resolutions as we investigate the psychology of willpower and how long it ...

Naked Scientists 14.01.07 - Why don't microwaves spark off themselves?

The Naked Scientists tackle your questions, from how hail storms come about to why the Mediterranean Sea has such small tides. And why do ...

Naked Scientists 13.12.24 - Hydrogen-powered Party Poppers

It's Christmas, and we're celebrating in style with a look at the science behind the things that grace the festive period. In a special ...