Explore Episode Segments
With water temperatures higher than 100 degrees Fahrenheit, coral bleaching is worse than ever.
At a recent community meeting, East Palestine residents raised concerns were raised about air and water quality.
Nerd out with the newest science fiction and science-inspired video and board games of the year (and the slightly recent past).
One of the most wonderful sounds in the world is also one of the most mysterious. Here’s what scientists do and don’t know.
A court case seeks to recover damages from the impact of the car company’s toxic waste.
After weeks of travel, the James Webb Space Telescope moved into its final orbit this week. Here’s what’s next for the historic observatory.
Scientists say phenomena on the surface of the sun look like “campfires.”
SciFri teams up with the authors of “Atlas Obscura: An Explorer’s Guide to the World’s Hidden Wonders” to recommend geeky summer road trip destinations, like the mysterious moving rocks in Death Valley, and a museum full of brains.
Studies have shown that many lakes and streams are contaminated with human-made chemicals that water treatment facilities don’t remove.
In NASA’s BASALT project, a team of engineers simulate challenges astronauts may face during a mission on Mars.