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Anjali Misra
· December 22, 2017
I love listening to Science Friday on NPR. It persuades me to dig deeper about new emerging technologies and solutions covered on the show. I especially liked the news about Artificial skin developed researchers at Caltech. I used this story to develop teaching tools for my biology class and was very excited to see when students wanted to learn more about it. Now I regularly visit the Science Friday website and explore it with my 10 yr student at home. It's really fun when my 10 yr old gets excited about the discoveries and wants to learn more about science. Thanks again! See More
Rafael Bohórquez
· February 14, 2018
You are my new morning fix, I am listening to you from few days ago and the topics treated are just ..... relevant. Very nice to have some scientific input and facts, preceded by data. Nothing can bea...t this show. See More
Mary Munn
· February 9, 2018
I have been listening & watching Ira Flato since he was on Newton's Apple. I think he has done so much for science and for the love of of science that he should be nominated for a Nobel Prize in somet...hing - science or journalism.
I know he isn't perfect & I have critiqued him myself but overall he has done a great public service, Thank You Ira & the Science Friday team, keep up the great work!
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Azarmidokht Amir-Mokri
· November 3, 2017
I love Science Friday. It is always filled with interesting topics. Most of the time I wished my boys were with me to listen to it instead of being at school 😉. I sincerely think they would learn more... listening to this program than what they are taught at school. See More
Ergin Tek
· December 10, 2017
This is absolutely, what I have been looking for,
This is just , translates my mind, I am so connected to this , I will definitely some days visit and meet you,
Craig O'Dell
· October 27, 2017
Science Friday is one of my favorite shows on NPR. I learn SO MUCH, and it always gives me things to discuss with my 4th grade students the following week in class. Keep up the great work!
Meagan McDermott
· January 27, 2018
My son and I listen every morning while he gets ready for school. Saw products on your site but soon realized you only offer shirts for men. Men's shirts don't fit women well, they're frumpy. Lots of ...interesting designs, none for women. Sad day. See More
Tristan Bruns
· January 17, 2018
Friday’s at 1pm in Chicago, when that music starts playing, oooooh baby, you know that you’re about to learn something.
Altamir Antônio Rosa Araldi
· January 14, 2018
Very important Site. This is the best! An innovative site with regard to science with real experiments and reproduced on the computer where you can interact with shapes and objects!
Peter Hooper
· December 22, 2017
Could you condescend to us more? We aren't being condescended to enough. There remains in your minds a shred left of our capability and dignity. Press on! You can do it!
Meeksathome Meeks
· February 16, 2018
Every time I listen to a broadcast of SF, I feel so inspired to learn more. I wish this program was a part of the science curriculum in every middle school and high school class in America. It’s the greatest!
Kim Deane
· September 29, 2017
Great show. Totally infuriating that DC's WAMU is shelving you as of next week! I will miss it greatly. (I know you have a podcast, it's not the same as listening on the radio).
Elizabeth Robin
· January 13, 2018
It makes me laugh, it teaches me, it even gives me content to share with my 12th graders.
Chris J. Rodgers
· October 27, 2017
I have loved this show on NPR for years and years! A real favorite of mine.
Fabian Torres
· November 3, 2017
Lot to learn! Is a good thing to have science in a fun way,makes your weekend happier
Neil Jackson
· November 18, 2017
I love the spots on the golden ratio and geometric patterns in the universe. Awesome content!
Dave Herrling
· December 23, 2017
If you love to learn about the Universe around you, this is the program for you!
Megan Hook
· November 18, 2017
My dad and I absolutely loved the live show in Louisville!!! Thanks for coming! #louisville #do502 #bourbon
Jodi Aikens
· October 22, 2017
WOW This is magical!!! So much more interesting than I initially thought it might be!!!! Absolutely amazing & intriguing!!! Stirs all the emotions!!!! You should join if you want to expand your brain ...& knowledge of the universe!!!!!! WOW �� See More
Maggie Prouty Smet
· October 6, 2017
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