Featured by Victor Zapana
Is Hair In Food A Health Risk?
A dermatologist investigates
New Plan Could Turn Dirty Grease and Dairy Into Biofuel
What do you do with an 800-pound butter sculpture of Benjamin Franklin that’s starting to go bad? Normally, the inedible...
This Lung-On-A-Chip Is The First Lab-Ready Mini-Organ to Be Used in Drug Research
This ersatz lung, no bigger than a multivitamin, could represent a new pharmaceutical testing method. On it, researchers have created...
How Scientists Grow Working, Made-To-Order Lungs
In the U.S., people needing a new lung wait more than a year on average for an organ. That’s often...
A Potentially New Worm Species In The Atlantic Ocean
This animal, which lives more than a mile and a half below the ocean’s surface, is one of three potentially...
A Look At the High-Tech Future of Japan
Space tourism, artificial organs, and butler ’bots--these are Japan’s forecasts of its future
Giant Floating Crane Searching For Clues to Korean Maritime Disaster
A floating crane prepares to raise from the depths a South Korean navy combat corvette that mysteriously split in two...
Testing the Goods: Vicon Revue, a Wearable Lifeblogging Camera
Watch as the Vicon Revue keeps an automatic photo log of a PopSci intern's weekend in NYC