Dr Chris Smith aka The Naked Scientist with the latest news from the world of science and Dr Karl answers listeners' science questions on Radio 5 live's Up All Night programme. Dr Chris Smith broadcast on Mondays at 1:30am and Dr Karl broadcast live on Thursdays at 3am.
Thu, 12 Dec 13
Dr Karl answers listeners' questions about the weird and wonderful world of science.
Thu, 5 Dec 13
Sweat, the build-up of lactic acid while cycling and the tale of America's quest to find a pen that works in space.
Thu, 28 Nov 13
Dr Karl and Dr Rhod discuss Venus' magnetic poles, the necessity of sunlight, and Douglas Adams' poetry among other things.
Mon, 25 Nov 13
Dr Chris Smith and the team join Dotun to discuss how bacteria can pick up DNA in the environment, the legacy of double Nobel prize winner Fred Sanger, and the smallest man-made objects in space.
Thu, 21 Nov 13
Dr Karl and Dr Rhod discuss speeding space stations and enriching uranium amongst other things.
Mon, 18 Nov 13
Dr Chris Smith and the team join Dotun to talk about the science of Typhoons, a promising new antibiotic for combating chronic infections, and what satellites are revealing about the rate of global deforestation.
Thu, 14 Nov 13
Dr Karl and Dr Rhod are joined by Simon Singh whose new book 'The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets' has just been published.
Mon, 11 Nov 13
Dr Chris Smith joins Dotun, to discuss mothers passing more than just calories to their babies in breast milk – there are stem cells in there too. Also, an examination of the origins of the meteor that landed in Russia in February, plus.....probing the red planet.
Thu, 7 Nov 13
Dr Karl and Dr Rhod talk about why we cry happy tears, throw light on dark matter, and discuss whether being in a cold room is bad for you.
Mon, 4 Nov 13
A look at the week's science news with Dr Chris and the Naked Scientists. This week: Why windfarms aren't laid out correctly and the super computers of tomorrow.
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