June 6th, 2011
Episode 52 of 686 episodes
This week's edition of the Naked Scientist looks at how rising carbon dioxide levels are deafening fish to the sounds of predators, and a new way to design better phone handsets by logging how people actually use the phone - sounds obvious but, believe it or not, this sort of data is really hard to come by; thankfully scientists at Cambridge University have come to the rescue.
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