Featured by Dan Nosowitz
Preventing Superbugs By Deactivating Antibiotics With A Flash Of Light
The popularity of antibiotics has led to mutations in bacteria that make the little buggers stronger than ever. But what if we could shut down antibiotics as soon as they're no longer needed?
The New Chromebook Is Your New Supercheap Laptop
We like cheap.
Nielsen To Use Twitter To Try To Make Ratings Less Wrong
Would "Arrested Development" have been cancelled if Twitterers were heard?
Lost For 50 Years, Delightfully Weird Pinocchio Lizard Reappears In Ecuador
Thought to be extinct for more than 50 years, this anole is one of the rarest and most endangered species on the planet. It has a weird nose.
Science Indicates That Sprite Might Be A Great Hangover Cure
Thank you, Chinese researchers.
Mystery Animal Contest: Who Is This Long-Beaked Surveyor?
Guess the species (either common or Linnaean) by tweeting at us--we're @PopSci--and get your name listed right here! Plus eternal glory, obviously. Update: We have a winner!
Infographic: Tallness Of Infographic Increases Infoness Of Graphic
We like infographics as much as the next publication that publishes them regularly, but only when the graphic representation actually benefits the info.
The Government Employees Responsible For Saving Us From Hurricanes Are Working For No Pay
As the first potentially deadly hurricane of the season nears the Gulf Coast, government employees are working around the clock to monitor it and issue warnings. And they're doing it for free, because of the government shutdown.
Potential New Tick Species Discovered In Researcher’s Nostril
GAAAAAH GET IT OUT GET IT OUT GET IT OUT
Researchers Find A Gene For Obesity
Just what we always wanted: a empirical reason why we binge-eat that isn't our fault.