In 2018, over 15,000 people were diagnosed with Valley Fever in the U.S. We travel to hot spots in the American West to learn more about the people it harms. Plus, after 30 years, the Hubble Space Telescope still offers sharp insight into space.
You aren’t alone in grieving the climate crisis. We talk about turning feelings of loss into action. Plus, shake off those feelings of isolation, and join the City Nature Challenge to celebrate Citizen Science Month.
The coronavirus is easy to kill with soap and water. We talk how it works, and why it matters for more people than you. Plus, a new podcast from Science Friday looks at the scientific backstories behind words.
NASA is accepting applications for a new class of astronaut candidates. Do you have what it takes? Plus, surgery and AI are teaming up to make artificial limbs more intuitive and user-friendly—and expanding the capabilities of the next generation of prosthetics.
Public health experts explain why more testing and protecting healthcare workers will be key in dealing with the coronavirus. Plus, how the world of building materials—wood, steel, and concrete—is responding to climate change.