Two fuzzy creatures of the night, the opossum and the aye-aye, battle it out during the Charismatic Creature Carnival.
A fire scientist on how we can change our relationship with fire.
On November 4, K-12 STEM teachers are invited to Science Friday’s free professional development series, this time all about space!
Elizabeth Rush explores climate change, flooding, and its effects on vulnerable communities in ‘Rising.’ We’ll read it together this fall.
This October, The SciFri Book Club team is gathering to explore this fall’s Book Club pick, ‘Rising: Dispatches from the New American Shore.’
On an island shrinking from rising seas, Indigenous communities battle to save their historic land from coastal flooding.
With fires still burning in the west and gulf states still recovering from Ida, President Biden unveils an expanded solar energy policy.
Scientists once thought inflammation as a symptom of Alzheimers. But it might actually be the driver of the disease.
Disability advocates feel let down by California’s pandemic response—and are fighting for more equal treatment.
A new report finds that the words and phrases scientists use to talk about the climate crisis are frequently misunderstood.
Getting wet and wild with our first week of the Charismatic Creature Carnival.
This briefly-blooming plant gave Japanese artists a distinctive dye—and helped scientists answer a color chemistry mystery.
Are you ready to vote for this month’s most Charismatic Creature? After you hear from our experts, cast your ballot!
Meet our sixth cohort of Science Friday Educator Collaborators and the learning experiences they created from Science Friday stories.
While wildfires blaze out west, Hurricane Ida wallops the eastern United States, more evidence that extreme weather is tied to climate change.