Build an electromagnetic superhero hammer that responds to your touch
In honor of National Pie Day, why don't you try one of these fun crafts from the Popular Science archives? Use a pie tin to make a jet engine, a telescope, or a lovely chandelier.
In honor of Pi Day, why don't you try one of these fun crafts from the Popular Science archives? Use a pie tin to make a jet engine, a telescope, or a lovely chandelier.
You don't have to spend hours in the kitchen to whip up something good.
Some unwrapping and assembling may be required. We're not animals.
Could be used for knife handles or countertops
Using sheets so thin theyâ€™re measured in atoms, you can cover anything with a lasting coat of pure gold
This simple beacon can help you in the wild
The "masterminds" behind the false-gold scandal at the Ethiopian central bank might not have gotten caught if they'd used Theo Gray's formula
A year-round supply of lovely flakes.
For less than $1
DIY levitation for tiny objects
No microcontroller, no programming; just a handful of stock ICs—see if you can “guess” what comes next
Steps to reducing your battery anxiety
An easy intro to robot-making.
Turn sour old wine into a beautiful holiday gift -- thanks to science
The hosts of Food Jammers show how to make a version of a multimillion-dollar commercial grain puffer for about 50 bucks. See the video inside
A nerd's guide to bullet journaling
Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram privacy settings, explained
A scientific party trick.
Multiply by dividing.
10 tips to master your Google-powered device.