Hosted by veteran science journalist Ira Flatow, Science Friday is a weekly science talk show, part of NPR's Talk of the Nation programming. Each week, Science Friday focuses on science topics that are in the news and tries to bring an educated, balanced discussion to bear on the scientific issues at hand.
Through cloning techniques, researchers created a source of embryonic stem cells genetically identical to a patient.
Can entomophagy, the eating of insects, help improve the world’s food resources?
A visit with psychologist Daniel Kahneman, who won the Nobel Prize in economic sciences in 2002.
Physicist Lee Smolin explains his theory of time, and why the future of physics depends on it.
In Brilliant Blunders, Mario Livio explores colossal errors by science's greatest minds.