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OU on the BBC: Bang Goes The Theory 5

Updated Tuesday, 20th August 2013

More weird and wonderful science from Bang Goes The Theory Series 5: including why we haven't yet cured cancer, turning scrap into gold, measuring the earth's circumference with a couple of sticks, a memory boot camp, a potential global helium shortage, nuclear power - and much more.

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In the 5th series of Bang Jem, Liz, Dallas and Yan investigate more fascinating science stories, such as why diamonds aren't forever, a robot to call your own, stem cell research, bedbugs, cleaning up radioactive waste   - and much more.  Have a look at our episode-by-episode guide below.

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