Science Friday with host Ira Flatow discusses the latest in science, technology, health, and the environment. It's brain fun, for curious people.
Between new crosses and old heritage varieties, there’s a world of apples beyond the Red Delicious.
One hundred researchers studied 144 insect species to fill in the blanks of insects’ evolutionary history.
Synthetic biologist Christopher Voigt and biotechnologist Stephen Streatfield discuss current trends in synthetic biology.
How can hospital stays and the evolution from apes to humans change the diversity of our microbiome?
Jon Cohen, a staff writer covering the outbreak for Science magazine, says that despite the vaccines’ success in monkeys, their efficacy in humans is far from guaranteed.
This week, HP announced its new 3-D printer, which it claims can print materials strong enough to lift up a car—and do it 10 times faster than anything on the market today.