Science Friday

Fridays, 1-3 p.m. on KUAR
  • Hosted by Ira Flatow

Explore science-related topics -- from subatomic particles and the human genome to the Internet and earthquakes. Listen to in-depth discussion with scientists and others from all walks of life whose work influences our daily lives.

Science Friday is the weekly live show dedicated to science. You can find more information at its website.

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UNIDENTIFIED MAN: Touchdown confirmed. We're safe on Mars.

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Stores Are Snooping Into Your Smartphone

Nov 22, 2013

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A Handful of Nuts, a Lifetime of Benefits?

Nov 22, 2013

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Searching for Earth 2.0

Nov 15, 2013

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The Myth of the Woolly Bear

Nov 8, 2013

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And it's time for the Video Pick of the Week. And joining me now is video producer Luke Groskin. Hello there, Luke.

LUKE GROSKIN, BYLINE: Hi, John.

DANKOSKY: So what do you got for us this week?

GROSKIN: Well, the video pick this week is the myth of the woolly bear.

India and NASA Home In on Mars

Nov 8, 2013

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UNIDENTIFIED MAN #1: Zero plus one, two, three, four...

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UNIDENTIFIED MAN #2: Liftoff.

UNIDENTIFIED MAN #3: Liftoff normal.

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Navigating Dietary Supplement Regulations

Nov 8, 2013

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When you think about space, usually the big questions come to mind. Is there life on Mars? Did time and space exist before the Big Bang? How do our bodies react to long periods of time in zero gravity? What about some of the smaller questions?

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