Crowdfunding models like Kickstarter took off in 2012--now we'll wait and see how transformative those models are.
Barack Obama's second term should see the same focus on funding science and technology--although the budget ax is looming.
New ways to keep time, count bees, and spot energy leaks in your home
China and India have different ambitions in space, but missions from both countries will help us better understand the cosmos.
Two statements on climate change will set the record straight--as long as nuanced differences from past reports aren't exaggerated.
New techniques will circumvent ethical concerns, and maybe lead us to the medical holy grail.
Your mobile phone could soon be a mobile spy.
After the Higgs boson, what new discoveries will we make?
The Chinese government is rapidly building a bigger, more sophisticated military. Here’s what they have, what they want, and what it means for the U.S.
Global warming and environmental destruction are driving coyotes, bears and mountain lions out of their habitats, but that's only part of the reason why so many animals call the city home.
Jacob Ward, editor-in-chief of Popular Science, explains why he's excited for 2013.
Time will tell if natural gas is a bridge or a brick wall.
In which your old VCR is repurposed as something useful
About the size of "Abraham Lincoln’s head on a penny," the device could travel through your body to deliver drugs and take samples.