Bath fizzies for all your holiday gift needs
Just in time for campfire season
Hunks of meat, baked goods, and veggies all require different defrosting methods.
This complicated chemical process is a far cry from smartphone photography.
A glass of instant Kool-Aid requires eight ounces of water and a surprising amount of innovation
The science behind sauerkraut.
The method and chemistry behind your favorite caffeine source.
The high-tech joys of freeze-dried foods
Turn sour old wine into a beautiful holiday gift -- thanks to science
The subtle science of brine and crunch (recipe included)
Half a dozen things you can do with a standard resealable jar
This single-serving dessert takes 60 seconds—and some science.
For all the nerdy sweeties out there
Need something to put in your homemade DIY sous-vide machine? Try Paul's buckwheat rye gelato
Swiss Miss is a miss.
A look at the latest treatise on how to bake like a scientist
Cooking green vegetables: why sous vide is better
Good for the environment, not so good for your taste buds
Yes, it really does help
Think of them like mini H-bombs.
It's cheap, easy, and quick. Did we mention cheap?
How practical for the amateur cook is the massive Modernist Cuisine cookbook? I whirled some peas to find out
The power of alkalinity
The kitchen alchemists unleash the power of a familiar plant-derived edible gel
Brewing your own fuel is easyâ€”it's also dangerous and potentially illegal
The power to quick-freeze foods with liquid nitrogen opens up exciting new horizons in the kitchen
It's all about that acid.
These meats might not be appetizing, but they sure beat the heck out of starving.
PopSci readers made their own DIY ice orbs.
Smoky, flame-kissed vegetables are perfect summer food.
A history of information crime, from the secret Chinese recipe for tea production to massive data breaches at Google and Sony
Make photos the old-fashioned way, from start to finish.
The real sweet science.
We assemble the choicest nerdy nuggets of everyday wisdom from the brightest tech minds around. Start your education now!
For a clutter-free celebration.
Electroplating makes bumpers shiny and rustproof. It also makes these beautiful bits of industrial waste
Science up an amazing meal, entertain guests, and stay safe and sane.
Built for the big screen.
Join the Kitchen Alchemists to take a look at the myriad uses of xanthan gum
"Hey Alexa, listen up!"
For an icy drink in under 10 minutes
Never fret about collapsing candy walls again.
Sheet-pan salmon, two-minute meatloaf, and six other recipes.
Military dolphins, medical maggots, pest-control falcons, and more
Cooking is not as scary as it may seem.
A cheap way to make clean electronics
Get the most juice in the shortest time
Help your skin heal with these tips from a dermatologist.
How do you keep the back of your iPod clean? Sandpaper and electricity
You might need some booze before you're done—trust us.
Save yourself from stress.
Put your cables, notebooks, and tools in order.
Field & Stream has put together one killer menu for the perfect summer barbecue.
Behold the smooth, sweet powers of liquid N.
Versatile sound effects generator chip is back in stock
With a new book that brings tech-savvy to the fashion set, designer Diana Eng takes another step in her quest to unite science and style
Turn your cheapest coins inside out using some hardware-store chemistry
All metal is made of crystals; you just can't see them—without a little acid, anyway
Plus, how to make a granita margarita
Get back to basics.
Welcome to summer, the season of red, pus-filled bumps.
Inspired by the season, a grill built from a V8 engine, a lawnmower powered by the sun, and setting off fireworks remotely
In a chemical reaction straight out of Harry Potter, you can turn dirt into the building block of every computer
Plus a recipe for turning them into a tasty treat
Have your screen time and sleep time too.
Start searching smarter.
Plus, cool it off quickly when you're ready to hit the road.
A designer chooses an unlikely material as the basis for his newest audio project: slime
How one New York bartender fused alcohol and marijuana forever
Questions and answers with MIT's Lego educator
And what you should do instead.
Don't get sick on the plane.
Installing free software turns your MP3 player into a musical instrument
Incredible lifting power, at-home experiments, pretty patterns and more
Make rice noodles with two hotel pans and a whole lot of science.
Tech help for bringing up baby.
Don't rely on tap water.
Stay focused and on-task.
A one-bag system won't always work.
Don't try this at home
You don't need a full kitchen to make dinner.
Who'd have guessed? The Swedes make the manliest gear around
Clean all the stains.
With a battery and a can of soda, you can anodize the surface of titanium to create colors that will last forever
A quest for the puffed proteins that make a meringue
The first season of "Connections" is one of the best documentaries ever
How to make a spark-spitting special effects rig out of mischmetal
Never get caught in a surprise shower again
Let video be your guide.
Protect your pets and your pelt.
Science can spike that stink.
Add a whiff of cheer.
They may be past their prime, but that doesn't make them useless.
For when you just want to make a non-dairy drink by yourself.