Science Friday with host Ira Flatow discusses the latest in science, technology, health, and the environment. It's brain fun, for curious people.
A panel of education experts discusses challenges and approaches to teaching climate change science in the classroom. Plus, how a new method convinces cancer cells to gobble up a ball of poison and ferry it directly to the cell nucleus.
Sculptor Tom Sachs has built his own space program, and it is 100 percent DIY. Plus, biologist Sean B. Carroll describes some of the greatest experiments in ecology.
Ophthalmologists Lisa Park and Anne Sumers address queries about eyes and vision. Plus, Researchers used stem cells to grow eye tissues. And a look at the potential of quantum computers.
We dive into the world of cheese, from the microbes that help make it, to the chemistry that gives processed cheese its properties. Plus, some of the week's science stories.
Are the walls of Van Goghs Bedroom blue, or violet? A chemist shares the results of a scientific investigation into Van Goghs palette. Then, a look at the science of cheese. And will an FCC proposal expand how consumers access pay-TV services?
How does NASA plan to protect the planet against an asteroid or comet strike? Then, Harvard biologist E.O. Wilson argues that we must set aside half the planet for nature.