Science Friday with host Ira Flatow discusses the latest in science, technology, health, and the environment. It's brain fun, for curious people.
A roundup of the week in science, the whole story on whole milk, football and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, and a Science Club project that asks you to build your own communications device.
In an hour taped live in Minnesota, we take a look at a variety of superpowers -- from radar-equipped gloves, to the science of regenerating limbs.
Science writer Sam Kean discusses some ghoulish brain glitches, a look at strange spider behaviors, and a Macroscope video about a dying herpetologist.
A look at this week in science, scientists Rob Dunn and Amanda Hale imagine the microbiomes of monsters, and how a compound found in corpses triggers our defensive responses.
Astronomers explore theories behind a distant star with a mysterious glow,Bob Charette reflects on a decade-worth of IT fails in government, and nature writer Gordon Grice shares tips for building your own natural history collection.
A look at this week in science, physicist Lisa Randall explores the theory that a disc of dark matter could have been responsible for the demise of the dinosaurs, and visual effects art director John Bell talks about how he imagined the then-distant world of 2015 for Back to the Future II.