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.
Mon, 20 May 13
Using X rays to read the unreadable; solar-powered butterflies – and why selfishness gave farming a boost 10,000 years ago.
Thu, 16 May 13
Dr Karl joins Rhod to discuss solar flares, methods for dealing with tinnitus, and the extremes of pleasure that music can stimulate
Mon, 13 May 13
Dr Chris Smith and the Naked Scientists explore an electrical vaccine for allergies, "boys toys" and "girls toys" and novel coronavirus.
Thu, 9 May 13
Dr Karl joins Rhod to discuss a meteor seen blazing over the UK, 3D printing and why coffee makes you more likely to say "Yes"
Mon, 6 May 13
Science news with Dr Chris Smith which includes a new weapon in the battle against antibiotic resistance and more on the banning of neonicotinoid pesticides.
Thu, 2 May 13
Dr Karl joins Dr Rhod to discuss flaming tornadoes, the dao of bubbles and the what of watts.
Thu, 25 Apr 13
On the latest edition of Dr Karl: techniques to discover bi-polar disorder, the effectiveness of electronic cigarettes and new research on baldness.
Mon, 22 Apr 13
Dr Chris explores why you suffer temporary deafness after being at a loud concert
Thu, 18 Apr 13
Dr Karl on efficient cars and cracking knuckles.
Thu, 11 Apr 13
How do flies land on the ceiling and why is it that when you drink alcohol at the same time as artificial sweeteners, you get drunker quicker.
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