SciFri tracks on Soundclound

#scifri

Meet The Congresswoman Renewing Science On Capitol Hill
SciFri

The new face of the U.S. House Science Committee is putting her foot down over partisan bickering over science.

Science
944
Hitting The Superbloom Jackpot
SciFri

Like playing a slot machine, three factors have to line up just right to hit the superbloom jackpot.

Science
830
On The Front Lines Of The Search For An Alzheimers Cure
SciFri

A combination of pulsing light and sound can reduce the effects of Alzheimers in mouse brains. Meanwhile, another top drug candidate has failed clinical trials.

Science
860
Snow Surveys Have Gone High-Tech
SciFri

Tom Painter flies over the Sierra Nevada mountains in a small plane, shooting lasers at the snowpack to discern its depth.

Science
792
Can AI Make Medicine More Personal?
SciFri

How artificial intelligence could be used for reading scans, making diagnoses, and refocusing doctor attention towards patients.

Science
906
New Mexico Sets A Renewables Plan
SciFri

The New Mexico state legislature has passed a bill calling for the state to transition to renewable energy by 2050.

Science
750
The Results Are In From The Distant Asteroid Ryugu
SciFri

The first scientific data back from the Hayabusa2 mission to the asteroid Ryugu indicate that it is very rocky and surprisingly dry.

Science
784
What Does A Superbloom Look Like?
SciFri

Visitors to the superbloom at Walker Canyon, California describe what they're seeing.

1,267
Youth-Led Climate Change Protests Heat Up
SciFri

On Friday, students across the world join together in the Youth Climate Strike to protest government inaction against climate change

Science
1,329
Student Scientists Investigate The Big Science Questions
SciFri

In the 2019 Regeneron Science Talent Search, high school students looked at everything from exoplanet to HIV antiretroviral therapies.

Science
1,139
Primatologist Frans de Waal Explores Animal Emotions
SciFri

In his book "Mama's Last Hug: Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us About Ourselves," primatologist Frans de Waal catalogues the vast spectrum of emotional behaviors in animals.

Science
1,211
A Street-Level View Of Neighborhood Change
SciFri

Researchers are using big data to map gentrification before it’s obvious.

Science
1,072
The Not So Inactive Ingredients In Our Most Common Drugs
SciFri

A study finds over 90 percent of medications have ingredients that can cause allergy or irritation in some patients.

Science
1,108
How Climate Change Ruins Snowflakes
SciFri

How does warm air distort snowflake shapes? And in New York, a citizen science project asks just how bad it is.

Science
1,062
Boeing 737 Max Grounded As Crash Investigation Continues
SciFri

Aviation regulators around the world removed Boeing’s 737 Max 8 jets from service following two crashes within six months.

Science
1,124
SciFri Extra: Celebrating The Elements
SciFri

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.

Science
1,534
NASA: To The Moon (And Definitely Beyond)
SciFri

NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine talks about ambitions beyond planet Earth.

Science
1,643
Researchers Look To The Future Of HIV Treatments
SciFri

A second HIV-positive patient may have been cured after a bone marrow transplant. But gene therapy could be one piece in the puzzle of neutralizing HIV worldwide.

Science
1,310
How Jumping Spiders Avoid Becoming a Tasty Snack
SciFri

From bright colors to disguising as ants, jumping spiders have evolved different ways to evade predators.

Science
1,303
The Leg Bone Is Connected To The Ankle Bone—But Why?
SciFri

Science author Brian Switek explains how our skeletons evolved to look they way they do.

Science
1,315
Loading...