A new study suggests seasonal changes have a much bigger impact on mental health than previously thought.
New evidence suggests some two-legged dinos were strong swimmers.
Peculiar portraits of championship chickens, by award-winning photographer Tamara Staples
You will burn. You will freeze. And the moon will explode. Four gruesome apocalypse scenarios from the September 1939 issue of Popular Science.
Happy 160th birthday, Otis Elevator Company! Thanks for making modern cities possible. Here are the 9 coolest Otis elevator inventions from the Popular Science archive.
We got to see the brand-new Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive at the 2013 New York International Auto Show. Check it out!
An electric hatchback from Mercedes-Benz, the track-ready, street-legal Jaguar XKR-S GT, and more!
The journal Social Psychology retracts yet another paper by Diederik Stapel, citing falsified and manipulated data.
In honor of Pi Day, why don't you try one of these fun crafts from the Popular Science archives? Use a pie tin to make a jet engine, a telescope, or a lovely chandelier.
Steuart Pittman, head of the U.S. fallout shelter program, died earlier this month at age 93. As a reminder of just how frightening the Cold War was, check out these old family-style bunkers from the pages of Popular Science.
Happy Valentine's Day from the Popular Science archives.
This whimsical map from 1923 shows the birth of a typical arctic storm. Is that Old Man Winter lurking in Siberia?
In honor of National Pie Day, why don't you try one of these fun crafts from the Popular Science archives? Use a pie tin to make a jet engine, a telescope, or a lovely chandelier.
Haulin’ freight on the moon.