NSF's Dig This!

From ancient empires to Jurassic jaws, Dig This! is an engaging look at early life on our planet.

The Discovery Files

World’s first passive anti-frosting surface fights ice with ice

Science Friday

NSF-funded Robin Murphy explains the roadblocks in developing more human-like robots

H20 Radio

Rain-on-snow events that could bring more intense and frequent flooding in the West

The Discovery Files

Why adolescence may be a particularly vulnerable period in emotional development

The Science Show

Materials that detect electrical impulses in brain cells and transmit a patient's intention to a prosthesis

Provided by ABC Radio National in Australia

Sustainable Nano

How nanotechnology can contribute to agriculture

Audio Abstract

Using modern dance to engage a broader audience in complex mathematical concepts

Science Blender

How antibodies can be efficiently produced in bacteria

People Behind the Science

NSF-funded physicist Daniel Whiteson discusses his career and the quest for answers about how the universe began

The Science Show

Astronomers describe the search for Earth-like planets

Provided by ABC Radio National in Australia

The Discovery Files

First-of-its-kind study shows how an online course changed students' mindsets and beliefs about mathematics

Science Friday

Dung hunting for cellulose-chomping fungi and bacteria

Pulse of the Planet

How many bacteria does it take to light up an Anglerfish?

The Science Show

Aiming for distant galaxies to reveal more about dark energy

Provided by ABC Radio National in Australia

The Discovery Files

How ordinary Wi-Fi can be used to easily detect weapons, bombs and explosive chemicals in bags