Camille Petersen is a freelance reporter and Science Friday’s 2019 summer radio intern. She’s a recent graduate of Columbia Journalism School. Her favorite science topics include brains, artificial brains, and bacteria.
From facial recognition to emotion detection to risk assessments, AI is guiding the decisions of police departments and courtrooms across the country.
Florida has one of the largest nursing home populations in the country. But it’s struggling to meet new preparedness guidelines.
An Illinois patient died from the illness last week. Now, health researchers are investigating the dangers of vaping and how it should be regulated.
Researchers tallied up the carbon emissions in a scooter’s life cycle and found they’re not as green as you’d think.
Scientists and students navigated the Northwest Passage waterways to study how the Arctic summers have changed.
The Amazon Rainforest may soon be classified as a savanna instead of a rainforest, due to accelerating deforestation. What does that mean for the planet?
Icy ice cream? Gooey gelato? Ice cream experts dish on the science behind your favorite frozen desserts.