For a clutter-free celebration.
Protect your pets and your pelt.
No thanks, ants. No thants.
Throw together some DIY draft stoppers.
Stay busy while you're stuck at home
Protect your house from vermin
Death to dead zones
The Ingalls family almost died. A lot.
Avery Ashley wants to make a deal: his home-roasted coffee beans for lab equipment that'll let him grow his first batch of glowing bugs, so he can one day bioengineer yeast cells into inexpensive food.
Terrify your friends 1964-style. Bonus: the simplest jack-o'-lantern ever
How our readers turned hairpins into resistance units, electric fans into potato slicers, and asbestos shingles into hotplates.
PopSci explores the geodesic dome's brief wave of popularity
Doghouse comes complete with a solar heating system, LED lights and a Wi-Fi security camera
And you can buy it for $13K soon, it seems
The build gets interesting when thousands of pounds of structural steel arrive
Our Green Dream builder conjures a steel sculpture that will also get people to the second floor
Build an indoor insect trap from our August, 1971 issue, fully updated for today (just in time for summer)
These "surfboards" make surface-mount prototyping "boardacious," dude
Sure it takes some skill to put together, but the payoff is large-this rolling LCD projector lets you enjoy al fresco film nights all summer long.
Going high-tech with your home security, and even adding automation, doesn't have to break the bank.