In his new book, journalist Steven Levy unpacks how Facebook’s news feed influenced a presidential election in the Philippines—and how it was a symptom of the rise of fake news.
Since ancient times, people have tried to make their own diamonds. In upstate New York in 1954, it finally happened.
The Science Friday Book Club rejoiced in memories, thought about water access, and identified invasive species. So, we mapped it.
On Wednesday, April 29, our sixth annual Science Friday Trivia Night returns to littlefield in Brooklyn, New York.
On Thursday April 23, join us at the Davis Theater as we screen ‘Annihilation.’ Plus, a live conversation with local experts.
Science and storytelling come together at The Story Collider—and Science Friday is teaming up for an Earth Day celebration on April 7 in Washington, D.C.
When Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, the U.S. government didn’t step in to restore power. What happens when countries turn to private companies for infrastructure?
Former Marshall Islands President Hilda Heine speaks on a vulnerable country’s plan to stay put in the face of climate change, and why other countries should pay attention.