Recently on Science Friday:

Dec 02, 2016
Hr2: Personal Medical Records, Taxidermy, Gut Microbes

A look at the science—and art—of preserving dead animals through taxidermy. Plus, tips on obtaining your personal medical records, and tracking the rhythms of the microbiome.

Dec 02, 2016
Hr1: News Roundup, Winter Boots, Best Science Books, Cassini

The best science books of 2016. Plus, updates on Cassini and Juno, and a cold, hard look at how winter boots fare in icy conditions.

Nov 25, 2016
Hr2: IgNobel Awards 2016

An annual awards ceremony honors scientific research that first makes you laugh, but then makes you think.

Nov 25, 2016
Hr1: Indigenous Genes, Beatrix Potter, Never Built New York

Outside of Mr. McGregor's garden and in her own life, Beatrix Potter--author of The Tale of Peter Rabbit--had a curious eye for the nature world around her. Plus an alternate history of New York City architecture lives on in Never Built New York.

Nov 18, 2016
Hr2: Science Goes To The Movies in Arrival, Thanksgiving Food Failures, Mushroom Leather

The science behind roasting a browner bird and sweetening sweet potatoes. Plus, how would real scientists achieve mutual understanding with an alien race?

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