Climate change is threatening Maine’s native blueberries. These researchers are looking to provide solutions—and help farmers in the process.
Wildfire season in the West is now year-long, thanks to climate change. Listen to residents and rescuers as they grapple with the new normal.
Action on climate change is slower than many activists would like. And why payment for “loss and damage” is crucial for vulnerable nations.
Jo Handelsman, Obama’s former science advisor, explains why more farms are experiencing erosion, and how it reduces crop yields.
Learn how conservationists live on an isolated island to study Maine’s puffin population, and how the birds are dealing with warming seas.
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No severe adverse effects were found in the study vaccinating younger kids against COVID-19 with Pfizer’s shot, according to the FDA.
After two decades, wind farms in Kansas take stock of how the state has changed—and what challenges lie ahead.
Pfizer’s vaccine is now approved for kids aged 5 to 11. Plus, which adults need which booster, and preparing for another pandemic holiday season.
23 years ago, Ira dared Steve Allen, the first host of The Tonight Show, to write a Science Friday a theme song. Allen obliged—so why didn’t it make it on the show?
Researchers fed a working dairy’s cows red algae. It had a stunning impact.