Teens may be works in progress, but they help society evolve.
Don't smash up ancient fossils (and other manners you should mind).
From vanilla to GMOs, how science shaped the taste of the modern world
“There is no point in doing the research if no one is going to listen to the results,” says one researcher.
Recent science suggests that, while important to restoring Yellowstone Park's ecological health, wolves are not the primary solution. Let the fighting commence.
Before becoming Britain's first (and only) female prime minister, Thatcher graduated from Oxford with a chemistry degree.
Africa's rapid growth is not affecting the continent equally. Here's a look at five African countries that represent some of the brightest spots.
Last July, 9-year-old Alex Everett received his first shot of synthetic human growth hormone--an injection he will get every night for eight years. Alex is not sick--he is short. Should we be treating stature as a medical condition?
PopSci cracks open 10 amazing machines to give you an animated look at the extraordinary tech that makes them work
Zoom in on more examples of the highest-resolution photos ever made in the Gigapxl gallery
Plasma-arc torches are sci-fi made real. And they slice through steel so easily, anyone can use them.
But it's not all about the gunfire
Protesting High-Tech Trousers
The six scientists and one ex-government official have been sentenced to six years in prison after prosecutors said they assured the public there was a low chance of disaster.
Historians haven't seen scientists this politically engaged since 1964
Plus: spaceship wars
The study aimed to test whether Taser devices have caused heart-related problems or death in meth-addled suspects
As scientists prepare to submit the genetically engineered rice for regulatory approval, some locals protest.
We've all seen the video of Yasiin Bey, formerly Mos Def, undergoing the force-feeding procedure used at Guantanamo Bay Prison. Here's what such a procedure could do to your health.