In an interview recorded live in San Francisco, Ira talks with a teacher and her students about the connections between science education and environmental activism.
New York’s biggest bird enthusiasts discuss their favorite birds to see in the city and how to protect them from urban hazards.
A century ago, an eclipse proved Einstein right—and altered our understanding of the universe.
From “Sponge Cities” in China to small “pocket prairies” in Houston, cities are fortifying communities to better prepare for wetter environments.
The NASA administrator discusses everything from Mars to the Space Force.
In honor of the 150th anniversary of the periodic table, Ira opens up the Science Friday vaults to share tales of chemical discovery and creation.
Learn how N.K. Jemisin used volcanology and seismology to write ‘The Fifth Season.’