Science Friday with host Ira Flatow discusses the latest in science, technology, health, and the environment. It's brain fun, for curious people.
A 140-year-old seed study and an evolution project more than 66,000 generations old -- we take a look at long-lived experiments. Plus, A new approach to defeating malaria looks safe, but will it be effective?
A conversation with Congressman and physicist Bill Foster. Plus, how to talk about climate change if you want to convince someone it is happening.
Every December, tens of thousands of birders grab binoculars and head outside for Audubon's Christmas Bird Count. Plus, we talk with bubbleologists about the fizz in your champagne flute.
Gravitational waves, CRISPR, and Pokemon Go, a look at the big science stories of 2016.
In this 1995 segment from the Science Friday archives, Apollo 13 mission commander Jim Lovell tells the story of the flight’s survival after an explosion in space. Plus, In a 1999 conversation from the Science Friday archives, astrophysicists Neta Bahcall and Wendy Freedman explain the then-new revelation that the universe’s expansion was accelerating...not decelerating.
Astronomer Dean Regas shares some of his favorite stellar trivia, and gives an guide to the big skywatching event of 2017 -- the solar eclipse. Plus, the challenges of animating Moana's water, and the subteties of scoring science movies.