Go Behind The Science Of Your Favorite Movies At A Theater Near You
We’re going to movie theaters in Portland, Princeton, and Chicago to reveal the science behind some of our favorite films!
Science Goes To The Movies: ‘Contact’ In Portland, OR
On February 5th, join us at McMenamins Kennedy School Theater as we screen ‘Contact’, plus a live conversation with local experts.
Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’: Science Goes To The Movies
On March 28 – 31, Science Friday is bringing ‘Science Goes To The Movies’ to select Alamo Drafthouses to reveal the science behind upcoming blockbusters.
Science Goes To The Movies: ‘First Man’
We gather a panel of space experts to discuss the new movie. Plus, what are the stories that Hollywood could tell about space that we haven’t heard yet?
Science Goes To The Movies: Jurassic World 2
In ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,’ dinosaurs are at risk of extinction…again. Here’s what real paleontologists thought of the film.
Science Goes To The Movies: Blade Runner 2049
Could we build … or grow … replicants in the near future?
Science Goes To The Movies: ‘Rememory’
Is memory manipulation the stuff of Hollywood, or a glimpse into the near future?
Science Goes To The Movies: ‘Arrival’
How would real scientists achieve mutual understanding with an alien race?
Science Goes To The Movies: The Martian
An astronaut and a NASA engineer weigh in on “The Martian,” on this edition of Science Friday’s “Science Goes to the Movies.”
Science Goes To The Movies: ‘Jurassic World’
Paleontologists Lindsay Zanno and Kenneth Lacovara share what made them clap and cringe while watching “Jurassic World.”