Science Friday with host Ira Flatow discusses the latest in science, technology, health, and the environment. It's brain fun, for curious people.
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.
A look at this week in science, cognitive neuroscientist Colin Ellard studies how our streetscapes shape our bodies, brains, and behavior, and scientists hunt for dark matter deep below the Earth's surface.