Science Friday with host Ira Flatow discusses the latest in science, technology, health, and the environment. It's brain fun, for curious people.
Rocks deep within the earth’s mantle could sequester water for billions of years and release small amounts to the surface.
Bill Nye the Science Guy writer Lynn Brunelle and Dad’s Book of Awesome Science Experiments author Mike Adamick share fun science experiments parents and kids can do at home.
From the Ebola outbreak to the Rosetta mission to a comet, a look at the biggest science stories of the year.
The aerodynamics of the badminton birdie, along with a complex chain of movements executed by players, enables it to reach 200 mph.
In this 1993 interview from the Science Friday archives, writer John McPhee talks plate tectonics and global geology.
You may know science, but how well do you know movie science?