Science Friday with host Ira Flatow discusses the latest in science, technology, health, and the environment. It's brain fun, for curious people.
A look at this week in science, the impact of reading on child development, and how a new study is mapping how much air pollution city bikers encounter on their daily routes.
A paleoanthropological find in a Suth African cave, and a conversation with Rush Holt, former congressman and plasma physicist, now AAAS head.
A look at this week in science, gene thereapy to treat colorblindness in monkeys, and a tribute to neurologist and writer Oliver Sacks.
Teachers tell us about their science-filled summer vacations, science writer Steve Silberman on the history of autism, and how text messages, profile pictures, and changing expectations factor into modern dating.
A roundup of the top science stories this week, the SciFri Book Club discusses The Soul of a New Machine, and how LEDs might help with the broadband capacity crunch.
A look at whether rooftop solar and utilities can get along, a study that attempted to replicate 100 other psychology studies, a look at the fall bird migration season, and a new view of black holes and information from Stephen Hawking.