Each week we take a look at what's hot in the world of Science.
Engineering a Biological Pacemaker - Naked Scientists NewsFLASH - 17.12.12
In this Naked Scientists NewsFlash, we find out how gene therapy can engineer a biological pacemaker, and discover the surprisingly simple solution to Box Jellyfish stings. Plus, remnants of 7000 year old cheese and solving the mystery of ultra-luminous x-ray sources.
Heath Benefits of Bearing Babies - Naked Scientists NewsFLASH - 10.12.12
In this Naked Scientists NewsFlash, we hear how parenthood can extend your lifespan and discover the genetic recipe for a red blood cell. Plus, repairing damaged hearts with micro RNA, and a new way to share scientific information...
Icy Life and Slimy Fibres - Naked Scientists NewsFLASH - 03.12.12
In this NewsFlash, we find out how the Grand Canyon may be older than we thought, why hagfish can provide future fibres and we discover the icy ecosystem in an Antarctic lake...
3D Printing Replacement Cartilage - Naked Scientists NewsFLASH - 26.11.12
In this week's Naked Scientists NewsFlash we find out why general health checks are generally unhelpful, how nanotech can make steam from sunlight and the discovery of "white noise" for your nose. Plus, how a new technique can print replacement cartilage in 3D...
A DNA Detective Story - Naked Scientists NewsFLASH - 19.11.12
In this NewsFlash, how DNA sequencing identified an unsuspecting carrier of MRSA, why light at night makes mice depressed and a lonely rogue planet. Plus, a potential gene therapy cure for epilepsy...
What is Ash Dieback? - Naked Scientists NewsFLASH - 12.11.12
In this NewsFlash - Ancient Arrowheads in Africa, a working lung-on-a-chip disease model and the disease attacking european Ash trees...