Science Friday with host Ira Flatow discusses the latest in science, technology, health, and the environment. It's brain fun, for curious people.
“Earworms” are song fragments that get stuck in our mind.
A recent study projects that by 2030, pancreatic cancer will become the second most deadly type of cancer in the U.S. after only to lung cancer.
Nearly all the body's cells contain identical DNA. So why does a neuron grow up so differently than a liver cell? Proteins, says Akhilesh Pandey, a professor at the Johns Hopkins University.
Scientists mapped out the plan for a potential “photon-photon collider” that could convert light into matter.
What does the Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality plan mean for consumers?
Biographer Walter Isaacson explains why the future belongs to those who can merge the arts and the sciences.