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The Naked Scientists - 11 July 2010

Updated Sunday, 11th July 2010

 We're linking up with The Naked Scientists again, for more science in the raw.

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Laser scan of a retina [Image: fluzwup under CC-BY-NC-SA]

This week, the team discover how a very clever fly has changed the way we think about evolution, and explore the use of lasers in medicine. They're not just for eye surgery.

You can hear The Naked Scientists on BBC Cambridgeshire, BBC Norfolk, BBC Northamptonshire and BBC Suffolk at 6pm on Sunday evening; you can also catch up through iPlayer for a week afterwards or download the programme as a podcast from the Naked Scientists website.

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