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, 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.
Researchers seek to track the flu using nasal swabs and search engine queries. Plus, a few ways to geek out this Halloween with do-it-yourself projects, and why mobile audio quality still lags the rest of smartphone technology.
A look at this week in science, a look at the 2015 Nobel Prizes in science, and how an iPad app helps first graders improve how well they do in math.
An experimental gene therapy for treating congenital blindness, Sherry Turkle discusses the power of face-to-face conversation in a time of always on technological connection, and a museum where modified organisms are the star attraction.
A look at this week in science, how language creator David J. Peterson constructed Dothraki and the Valyrian languages, and the effects of climate change on Latino communities in Florida.
The evidence for present-day liquid water on Mars, an astronaut and a NASA engineer weigh in on The Martian, and why plant biologists sent a lowly weed to the International Space Station.