April 2012: How It Works
How It Works How It Works: Electric Blue, the 175mph Electric Car How It Works: Nerf’s 20-Yard Gun How It...
How It Works
- How It Works: Electric Blue, the 175mph Electric Car
- How It Works: Nerf’s 20-Yard Gun
- How It Works: Airport Fire Truck
- How It Works: A Two-in-One Turbocharger
- How It Works: Dual-Blade Buzz Saw
- How It Works: The World’s Fastest Elevator
- How It Works: Salmon Transport
- How It Works: Powered Gear Shifters
- How It Works: A Recycled-Air Scuba System
- How It Works: An Underground Robot Library
An elite team of nuclear divers are risking their lives to help save a troubled industry By David Goodwillie
Have engineers learned anything from the loss of the unsinkable Titanic? Will they ever? By Edward Tenner
- The Goods: April 2012’s Hottest Gadgets
- Invasion of the Body Trackers
- Wheel Wars: Can The Scooter Be Improved?
- The Electric-Car Movement Enters A Quiet, Crucial Phase
- THX’s New Audio Engine Makes Every Seat The Best One In The Room
- The Internet Goes Local
- When, Why, and How You Should Harpoon a Comet
- Breaking Blades: The Engineering Lab Where Wind-Power Propellers Get Built To Be Snapped
- What Can a Videogame Tell Us About How Economies Work?
- PopSci Q&A: The Quest for a Male Contraceptive
- Petite Particle Accelerator: A Proton Gun For Killing Tumors
- Space Mountain: Building the World’s Biggest Indoor Ski Run
- The Thousand-Year-Old Viking Sunstone
- Electric Animals That Aren’t Eels
- Rec-Room Cockpit: How One Reader Built His Own Flight Simulator
- Interface The Music: An Introduction to Electronic Instrument Control
- Gray Matter: Want a Chemical Reaction Without Heat? Add a Catalyst
- You Built What?!: A Street-Legal Three-Wheeler That Runs on Nearly 2,000 Batteries
- Invention of The Month: Conductive Ink
- Simple Project of the Month: Build Your Own Hoverpuck
- FYI: Why Does Some Food Taste Bad To Some People And Good To Others?
- FYI: Why Do Kids Hate Brussels Sprouts?