Featured by Bob Sillery
Tower of the Sun
It's huge, it's green--and it may even happen.
Looking Back: July 1922
A World War I flying ace envisioned a monstrous airliner that would fly in "but a very few years."
United We Stand
Popular Science joined hundreds of other magazines to show patriotism and national unity during World War II.
Senior Editor Bob Sillery looks back at a $1 million behemoth that had an 11-foot-diameter head and could bore through 400 feet of rock a day.
The Everything Contraption
Engineering: Building a die that builds all.
A Looking Back Exclusive: Inside ENIAC
Senior Editor Bob Sillery takes a closer look at the world's first all-electronic computer.
A Lindbergh Flies Again
Seventy-five years after Charles Lindbergh shrank the globe by flying his single-engine Spirit of St. Louis across the Atlantic, another Lindbergh has piloted a small single-engine craft from New York to Paris.
Wagon Skin, Sport Sedan Heart
Preview Drive: Mercedes-Benz C320 station wagon
Speed and High Style
The Mercedes C-Class coupe is a sporty complement to the company's more sedate C-Class sedan.
The Persistent Contender: PopSci Covers the Hybrids
Popular Science took its first extensive look at a gasoline-electric automobile in 1916.