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16
DEC

5 live Science

Put on some safety goggles as Dr. Chris Smith and the Naked Scientist team ignite your bunsen burners with the hottest science news stories, analysis and breakthroughs. Get the podcast from the BBC Sounds app.
12
DEC

Dr Karl

Dr Karl answers your space questions and explains why the Moon has a dark side, why space is cold and talks driverless cars.
09
DEC

5 live Science

Can we jet lag a cabbage? Does the surge in big internet data sharing bring big risks? Dr Chris Smith and the ‘Naked Scientists’ also discuss the microbial world and we go interstellar to infinity and beyond.
09
DEC

5 live Science

The Naked Scientists explore modern and historic dentistry, the evolution of skin colour & an app that can tell you if you're anemic.
01
DEC

5 live Science

Put on some safety goggles as Dr. Chris Smith and the Naked Scientist answer your science questions. Featuring: Are plastics now in the fish we're eating? Can electrical devices affect your fertility? And will robots take over our jobs thanks to the development of artificial intelligence?
28
NOV

Dr Karl

Dr Karl answers questions on movement in space and car headlights.
18
NOV

5 Live Science

Blood tests that detect cancer, why the kilogram is changing, and a look at modern manufacturing
11
NOV

5 live Science

How being a morning person can reduce a risk of cancer, using drones and AI to check ocean health, and how science from WW1 is helping people with brain injuries today. Plus the science of samba, what makes a good dancer?

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