Our favorite Lambos through the decades, from the Popular Science archive.
From the Popular Science archive: Weather control, looped cities, moon microwaves, and more!
76 years ago today, the Hindenburg crashed over New Jersey, killing 35 people and ending the era of the airship. From the Popular Science archive, what it would have been like to travel the world in a Zeppelin.
From the Popular Science archive, the story of how Watson, Crick, Wilkins, and Franklin worked out the structure of life.
From our archive, a dramatic first-hand account of marijuana overdose.
Check out this beautiful 1933 brewing guide from the pages of Popular Science.
Gee whiz, an electronic accountant!
From our archive: a reporter's LSD trip, a guide to getting high during Prohibition, and more
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.
The inside story of how an elite bomb squad dismantled the Unabomber's last deadly device
This story originally appeared in the October 1998 issue of Popular Science.
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?