2020: The Year In Science, With Wendy Zukerman
There was more to this year than masks and hand sanitizers. Here’s some of the science stories you might have missed.
The Best Of Science Friday, 2020
2020 has been a remarkable and difficult year. Science Friday staff and listeners reflect on the most inspirational and impactful science stories of the year.
The Best Science Books Of 2020
Catch up on our list of books that celebrate some of the best science non-fiction reads you might have missed this year.
Science Friday’s Second Life: The Voyage Home
A decade ago, Science Friday helped build—and abandoned—our Second Life community. What happened next?
David Attenborough Observes A Natural World In Crisis
The esteemed filmmaker and naturalist is still calling attention to wonder—and peril—in the natural world.
Roman Mars Explores The Hidden Stories In Your City
Roman Mars talks about the often overlooked details built into our cities and how our urban environments are adapting to the pandemic.
Our Average Body Temperature Is Getting Cooler
Some studies have shown that average human body temperature may be dipping below 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit.
How To Make A Pop-Up Book With Engineering
Use geometry to make and measure paper pop-up book mechanisms—from the v-fold to the box layer.
This Accessible Pregnancy Test Has Results You Can Touch
For people who are blind or vision-impaired, traditional pregnancy tests can be hard to read. But a new design may help.
How Algae Survived A Mass Extinction
During the mass extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs, one type of algae saved Earth’s oceans from collapse.