Science Friday

By Science Friday and WNYC Studios

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Subscribers: 12208
Reviews: 23
Episodes: 150

Alex
 Mar 30, 2024
Unlistenable krishna!


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 Apr 16, 2023

Christopher
 Jan 16, 2023
Science education is a fine investment. However, this program frequently displays it's radical political bent instead of portraying clearly the educational realm of Science, and it's disingenuous to mislead the audience. I will unsubscribe now and check back again perhaps in one year's time.

William
 Dec 29, 2022
This has been my place to go for the current science news for years and often shared by the reasearchers' themselves.

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Brain fun for curious people.

Episode Date
New Rule Sets Stage For Electric Grid Update | Harnessing Nanoparticles For Vaccines
May 17, 2024
How Climate Change Is Changing Sports
May 16, 2024
Why Is Tinnitus So Hard To Understand And Treat?
May 15, 2024
Finding Purpose In A ‘Wild Life’
May 14, 2024
Archeopteryx Specimen Unveiled | Trees And Shrubs Burying Great Plains' Prairies
May 13, 2024
JWST Detects An Atmosphere Around A Rocky Exoplanet | Boeing Plans To Fly Humans To The ISS Next Week
May 10, 2024
Challenging The Gender Gap In Sports Science
May 09, 2024
What Martian Geology Can Teach Us About Earth
May 08, 2024
How Louisiana Is Coping With Flooding In Cemeteries
May 07, 2024
Inside Iowa State’s Herbarium | Science-Inspired Art From ‘Universe of Art’ Listeners
May 06, 2024
Science From Iowa’s Prairies | Planning To Go See Cicadas? Here’s What To Know
May 03, 2024
Maybe Bonobos Aren't Gentler Than Chimps | Art Meets Ecology In A Mile-Long Poem
May 02, 2024
When Products Collect Data From Your Brain, Where Does It Go?
May 01, 2024
Visualizing A Black Hole’s Flares In 3D
Apr 30, 2024
The 4,000-Year History of Humans and Silk
Apr 29, 2024
Flint’s Water Crisis, 10 Years Later | Underwater Cables Could Help Detect Tsunamis
Apr 26, 2024
Fighting Banana Blight | Do Birds Sing In Their Dreams?
Apr 25, 2024
Why Is Solving The Plastic Problem So Hard?
Apr 24, 2024
What Worsening Floods Mean For Superfund Sites
Apr 23, 2024
The Global Mental Health Toll Of Climate Change | Capturing DNA From 800 Lakes In One Day
Apr 22, 2024
Clean Energy Transition Progress | Avian Flu In Cattle And Humans Has Scientists Concerned
Apr 19, 2024
A Cheer For The Physics Of Baseball
Apr 18, 2024
Carbon Cost Of Urban Gardens And Commercial Farms | Why There's No Superbloom This Year
Apr 17, 2024
Inside The Race To Save Honeybees From Parasitic Mites
Apr 16, 2024
The Brain’s Glial Cells Might Be As Important As Neurons
Apr 15, 2024
Limits On ‘Forever Chemicals’ In Drinking Water | An Important Winter Home For Bugs | Eclipse Drumroll
Apr 12, 2024
Investigating Animal Deaths At The National Zoo
Apr 11, 2024
Eating More Oysters Helps Us—And The Chesapeake Bay
Apr 10, 2024
How Trees Keep D.C. And Baltimore Cool
Apr 09, 2024
Predicting Heart Disease From Chest X-Rays With AI | Storing New Memories During Sleep
Apr 08, 2024
Recipient Of Pig Kidney Transplant Recovering | Answering Your Questions About April 8 Eclipse
Apr 05, 2024
Our Inevitable Cosmic Apocalypse
Apr 04, 2024
The Complicated Truths About Offshore Wind And Right Whales
Apr 03, 2024
The Bumpy Road To Approving New Alzheimer’s Drugs
Apr 02, 2024
‘3 Body Problem’ And The Laws Of Physics | In Defense Of ‘Out Of Place’ Plants
Apr 01, 2024
Baltimore Bridge Collapse | Mapping How Viruses Jump Between Species
Mar 29, 2024
The Legacy Of Primatologist Frans de Waal
Mar 28, 2024
The ‘Asteroid Hunter’ Leading The OSIRIS-REx Mission
Mar 27, 2024
Swimming Sea Lions Teach Engineers About Fluid Dynamics
Mar 26, 2024
Botanical Rescue Centers Take In Illegally Trafficked Plants
Mar 25, 2024
2023 Was Hottest Year On Record | The NASA Satellite Studying Plankton
Mar 22, 2024
A Strange-Looking Fish, Frozen In Time
Mar 21, 2024
What We Know After 4 Years Of COVID-19
Mar 20, 2024
Science Unlocks The Power Of Flavor In ‘Flavorama’
Mar 19, 2024
Abortion-Restrictive States Leave Ob-Gyns With Tough Choices
Mar 18, 2024
Nasal Rinsing Safely | How Your Brain Constructs Your Mental Health
Mar 15, 2024
A New Book Puts ‘Math in Drag’
Mar 14, 2024
With This Rare Disorder, No Amount Of Sleep Is Enough
Mar 13, 2024
How Election Science Can Support Democracy | The Genetic Roots Of Antibiotic Resistance
Mar 12, 2024
Triple Feature: Dune, Mars, And An Alien On Earth
Mar 11, 2024
Could This Be The End Of Voyager 1?
Mar 08, 2024
What It Takes To Care For The US Nuclear Arsenal
Mar 07, 2024
A Young Scientist Uplifts The Needs Of Parkinson’s Patients
Mar 06, 2024
Snakes Are Evolutionary Superstars | Whale Song Is All In The Larynx
Mar 05, 2024
What’s Behind The Measles Outbreak In Florida?
Mar 04, 2024
Pythagoras Was Wrong About Music | Biochar's Potential For Carbon Capture
Mar 01, 2024
As Space Exploration Expands, So Will Space Law
Feb 29, 2024
Blood In The Water: Shark Smell Put To The Test
Feb 28, 2024
How Trivia Experts Recall Facts | One Ant Species Sent Ripples Through A Food Web
Feb 27, 2024
OpenAI’s New Product Makes Incredibly Realistic Fake Videos
Feb 26, 2024
Private Spacecraft Makes Historic Moon Landing | New Cloud Seeding Technique
Feb 23, 2024
Making Chemistry More Accessible To Blind And Low-Vision People
Feb 22, 2024
Understanding And Curbing Generative AI’s Energy Consumption
Feb 21, 2024
Which Feathered Dinosaurs Could Fly? | Some French Cheeses At Risk Of Extinction
Feb 20, 2024
Climate Scientist Michael Mann Wins Defamation Case
Feb 19, 2024
Odysseus Lander Heads To The Moon | Ohio Chemical Spill, One Year Later
Feb 16, 2024
One Crisis After Another: Designing Cities For Resiliency
Feb 15, 2024
Using Sound To Unpack The History Of Astronomy
Feb 14, 2024
Colorectal Cancer Rates Rising In Young People | What An AI Learns From A Baby
Feb 13, 2024
A Black Physician’s Analysis Of The Legacy Of Racism In Medicine
Feb 12, 2024
Faraway Planets With Oceans Of Magma | The Art And Science Of Trash Talk
Feb 09, 2024
Is Each Fingerprint On Your Hand Unique? | In This Computer Component, Data Slides Through Honey
Feb 08, 2024
The FDA Approved The First CRISPR-Based Therapy. What’s Next?
Feb 07, 2024
Protecting The ‘Satan’ Tarantula | If Termites Wore Stripes, Would Spiders Still Eat Them?
Feb 06, 2024
Scientists Are Uncovering A World Of ‘Dark Matter’ Carcinogens
Feb 05, 2024
Syphilis Cases Up 80% Since 2018 | The Largest Deep-Sea Coral Reef In The World
Feb 02, 2024
Expanding Our Umwelt: Understanding Animal Experiences
Feb 01, 2024
How Signing Characters Help Deaf Children Learn Language
Jan 31, 2024
‘Mysterious’ Canine Illness: What Dog Owners Should Know
Jan 30, 2024
An App For People Of Color To Rate Their Birthing Experiences | How Different Animals See
Jan 29, 2024
NASA Opens Canister With Asteroid Sample | ADHD Prescription Rates Spiked During The Pandemic
Jan 26, 2024
AI Helps Find Ancient Artifacts In The Great Lakes | An Artist Combines Indigenous Textiles With Modern Tech
Jan 25, 2024
When The ‘Personal’ Computer Turned 30
Jan 24, 2024
How The Moon Transformed Life On Earth, From Climate to Timekeeping
Jan 23, 2024
From Scans To Office Visits: How Will AI Shape Medicine?
Jan 22, 2024
Rhesus Monkey Cloned With Modified Approach Has Survived Into Adulthood
Jan 19, 2024
3,000 Types Of Brain Cells Categorized In Massive Brain Cell Atlas
Jan 18, 2024
Brain ‘Organoids’: Lab-Grown Cell Clusters Model Brain Functions
Jan 17, 2024
The Lasting Allure Of Shackleton’s ‘Endurance’
Jan 16, 2024
How Close Are We To Answers About Aliens?
Jan 15, 2024
NASA Delays Crewed Moon Missions | Top Technologies To Watch In 2024
Jan 12, 2024
To Get Ready For Mars, NASA Studies How The Body Changes In Space
Jan 11, 2024
Science Journalism Is Shrinking–Along With Public Trust In Science
Jan 10, 2024
(Part 2) Endangered Species Act At 50: Orchids And Red Wolves
Jan 09, 2024
(Part 1) Endangered Species Act at 50: Hawaiian Land Snails
Jan 08, 2024
Solar Activity Flares Up In 2024 | Underground Hydrogen Reserves And Clean Energy
Jan 05, 2024
SciFri Reads ‘The Alchemy Of Us’
Jan 04, 2024
SciFri Reads ‘The Kaiju Preservation Society’
Jan 03, 2024
Star Trek’s Science Advisor Reveals The Real Astrophysics On Screen
Jan 02, 2024
A Mathematician Asks ‘Is Math Real?’
Jan 01, 2024
Unmasking Owls’ Mysteries | Why It Feels So Good To Eat Chocolate
Dec 29, 2023
SciFri Reads ‘The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2023’
Dec 28, 2023
The Unseen World Of Seaweeds | Should 'Dark Fungi' Species Get Names?
Dec 27, 2023
How 'Panda Diplomacy' Led To Conservation Success
Dec 26, 2023
Music’s Emotional Power Can Shape Memories—And Your Perception Of Time
Dec 25, 2023
Top Science News Stories of 2023 | Solar Panels In Historic Cape Cod
Dec 22, 2023
Pennsylvania Drug Laws May Limit Syringe Services | These Romance Novels Represent Black Women In Science
Dec 21, 2023
Flame Retardant From Cocoa Pod Husks | The Oozy Physics Of Oobleck
Dec 20, 2023
The Military’s Carbon Footprint Is A Hidden Cost Of Defense
Dec 19, 2023
High Energy Cosmic Ray Detected | These Penguins Are The Masters Of Microsleeping
Dec 18, 2023
COP28 Climate Conference Ends | Why Are Some People Affected By Seasonal Affective Disorder?
Dec 15, 2023
A Celebration Of The 2023 Christmas Bird Count
Dec 14, 2023
Surfing Particles Can Supercharge Northern Lights
Dec 13, 2023
The (Not So) Easy Guide To Getting To Space
Dec 12, 2023
The Women Astronomers Who Captured the Stars
Dec 11, 2023
Quercetin May Cause Red Wine Headaches | Worsening Wildfires Are Undoing Air Quality Progress
Dec 08, 2023
Speaking Multiple Languages Changes The Way You Think
Dec 07, 2023
Social Connections Keep Us Physically and Mentally Healthy As We Age
Dec 06, 2023
Women Were Also Skilled Hunters In Ancient Times
Dec 05, 2023
An AI Leader’s Human-Centered Approach To Artificial Intelligence
Dec 04, 2023
COP28 Host Had Plans to Promote Oil and Gas | Researchers Detected Cicada Emergence With Fiber-Optics
Dec 01, 2023
Ralph Nader Reflects On His Auto Safety Campaign, 55 Years Later
Nov 30, 2023
What’s That Smell? An AI Nose Knows
Nov 29, 2023
Jane Goodall On Life Among Chimpanzees
Nov 28, 2023
The ‘Wet-Dog Shake’ And Other Physics Mysteries
Nov 27, 2023
Ig Nobel Prizes | Stop Flushing Your Health Data Down The Toilet
Nov 24, 2023
The West’s Wild Horses | Artist Explores History Of Humans Genetically Modifying Pigs
Nov 23, 2023
Moon Rock Research | Science of Unraveling Sweaters
Nov 22, 2023
2023’s Best Science Books For Kids
Nov 21, 2023
How AI Chatbots Can Reinforce Racial Bias In Medicine
Nov 20, 2023
An Exoplanet Where It Rains Sand
Nov 17, 2023
Ask A Chef: How Can I Use Science To Make Thanksgiving Tastier?
Nov 16, 2023
Monumental And Invisible: How Infrastructure Works
Nov 15, 2023
Everything You Never Knew About Squash And Pumpkins
Nov 14, 2023
How A University Is Adjusting One Year After ChatGPT
Nov 13, 2023
Euclid Telescope’s First Images | A Black Hole That Came From Gas
Nov 10, 2023
How Five Elements Define Life On Earth
Nov 09, 2023
Climate Future Exhibit | Oregon's Proposed Fish Vacuum
Nov 08, 2023
How A Deaf Advisory Group Is Changing Healthcare
Nov 07, 2023
40 Years Of Sounding The Alarm On Nuclear Winter
Nov 06, 2023
CRISPR-Based Sickle Cell Treatment | Pain Tolerance From Neanderthals
Nov 03, 2023
How Poisons Have Shaped Life On Earth
Nov 02, 2023
Placenta Research May Help Explain Pregnancy Loss
Nov 01, 2023
A Common Cold Medicine Ingredient Doesn’t Work. What Now?
Oct 31, 2023
Diving Into Elon Musk’s Mind
Oct 30, 2023
RSV Drug Shortage & Beech Leaf Disease
Oct 27, 2023
When Studying Ecology Means Celebrating Its Gifts
Oct 26, 2023
Unlocking The Mysteries Of A Metal-Rich Asteroid
Oct 25, 2023
Rapidly Evolving Trout & Ancient Hyper-Apex Predators
Oct 24, 2023
Finding Meaning In The Cosmos
Oct 23, 2023