Science Friday with host Ira Flatow discusses the latest in science, technology, health, and the environment. It's brain fun, for curious people.
What could sterile neutrinos, gravitons, and axions tell us about the Standard Model? Plus, the most famous patient in neuroscience is the subject of a new book by the grandson of the man who changed his brain forever.
Ed Yong examines the connections between species and ecosystems from a microbial point of view. Plus, bulldog genetics, and the reproducibility of important scientific papers.
If hackers are targeting the servers of political campaigns, might attacks on election systems themselves soon follow? Plus, the endangered vaquita, and the #scifribookclub tackles Oryx and Crake.
A new survey finds many Americans are dubious about using certain new technologies for human enhancement. Plus, the health of sister clones of Dolly the sheep, and a celebration of the life around your porch light.
Weightlessness and radiation both take a toll on the body, in ways we still do not fully understand. Plus, the difference between this, THIS, and #this, and why a plan to save native avian species means targeting non-native predators.
A look at the problems with living in a political bubble, and the stories of women who wrote code for the Apollo 11 mission.