As swarms the size of cities devastate food supplies, both residents and experts in East Africa are looking for solutions to the locust pest problem.
Changes in how countries are diagnosing infection with the coronavirus can make shifting numbers difficult to interpret.
Science historian Lydia Pyne on how “genuine fakes” live in a gray area between real and fake.
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 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.