08 Aug 13 Fusion energy and red light working
Duration: 49 mins
We discuss how the nuclear fusion plant in France is doing, and talk with Professor Randy Nelson about his research on which colour of light is the best for night-shift staff to work in.
Naked Sci 05 Aug 13: Geysers on Enceladus and hidden gorillas
Duration: 21 mins
Dr Chris and the Naked Scientists with the latest since news including nanoscale thermometers and the salt water plumes of Saturn's moon, Enceladus, explained.
01 Aug 13 Dark matter and seedless grapes
Duration: 47 mins
Dr Karl and Dr Rhod look at dark matter, some quantum physics and discuss whether seedless grapes are GM foods.
Naked Scientist: 29 JUL 13: Dolphin Names
Duration: 24 mins
The Naked Scientists discuss how dolphins call each other by their names, why some people get allergies, and how an embryo is formed.
The Naked Scientist 22 Jul 13
Duration: 25 mins
Dr Chris Smith and Dotun discuss the new surgical scalpel - dubbed the intelligent knife or iKnife, how to turn skin cells into stem cells and why medicines you're taking can stop the bugs in your gut working properly.
18 July 13: The senses
It's all about the inner workings of the mind with Dr Karl this week. His special guest Charles Spence discusses how the senses work and why tableware affects the taste of food.
Naked Scientists: 15 JUL 13: solar powered car racing
Dr Chris Smith joins Dotun to talk about solar powered cars that can go as fast as 80kph, what makes the Earth move (and wobble), and a piece about the spice turmeric and tumours
DrKarl 11 Jul 13: Light speed, racing galaxies and dark matter
Dr Andy is joined by Dr Karl and Physics Nobel Laureate, Professor Brian Schmidt to discuss the expanding, speeding universe, dark matter and black holes
The Naked Scientist 08 Jul 13
Duration: 26 mins
Today's episode - how cancers become resistant to chemotherapies, the threat posed by a new strain of flu in China, and a look inside the intestine at its bacterial inhabitants.
04 July 13: Postcards From Space
This week, how the Voyager space craft is still sending us Postcards from the Edge, after 36 years of space travel, is melting ice shifting the Spin Axis of the Earth, and why you can't exceed the speed of light.