Science Friday with host Ira Flatow discusses the latest in science, technology, health, and the environment. It's brain fun, for curious people.
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.
A roundup of the top science stories this week, the data employers are gathering on their employees, and urine as garden fertilizer.
Seismologist Lucy Jones on measuring earthquakes, LACMAs Art & Technology program, and the play Informed Consent explores the ethics of genetic research.
A roundup of the top science stories this week, what researchers are learning from monitoring how forest vegetation shifts after catastrophic fires, surprising mating, dwelling, and feeding behaviors in one rare species of octopus, and panda pregnancy.