The Lasting Allure Of Shackleton’s ‘Endurance’
The maritime archeologist who found the storied wreck discusses the mission and his new book.
Inside The ‘Chaos Machine’ Of Social Media
Author Max Fisher takes a deep dive into how big tech has accumulated so much unchecked power.
It’s Spacetime And Science Season At The Oscars
From multiverses to volcanoes, this year’s Academy Award nominees include many pictures where science drives the plot.
Sustainable Tech For The City Of Ember
The classic young adult novel The City Of Ember is a dystopian struggle for survival underneath the surface of the Earth. But what if they had made use of aquaponics and geothermal power? Find out in this claims, evidence, and reasoning STEM challenge that lives up to this novel’s compelling premise.
Rapper And Scholar Sammus Confronts AI In Hip-Hop
A conversation with rapper and academic Sammus about what the intersections between hip-hop and AI mean for music.
Appreciating The Brilliance Of Benjamin Banneker
From the stars to cicadas, this self-taught Black scientist left a long legacy.
Why Won’t Museums Return Native American Human Remains?
A groundbreaking policy passed three decades ago ordered institutions to return Native American remains. Many have failed to do so.
Earth Facts And Films: Test Your Knowledge At Movie Trivia Night
On April 14, meet us at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, NY for a Science Goes To The Movies-themed battle of the brains!
Blending The Sounds Of Climate Change With Appalachian Music
To communicate his anxiety around climate change, folk musician Daniel Bachman turned to a new collaborator: the sounds of extreme weather.
The Grieving Brain: SciFri Book Club Author Livestream And Q&A
On March 23, join our chat with the author of ‘The Grieving Brain’ about the neuroscience behind this profound human experience.