Become the colonel of the kitchen.
Taking DIY to the movies
Meet PopSci's resident mad scientist Theodore Gray, master of concoctions and combustions
Pop some science with Pop Sci
Contestants in Germanyâ€™s Recorder Race call on old cassette Walkmans to power their wheels
Why buy a robot that follows a colored ball when you can spend hundreds of hours building your own?
Get to know your neighbors by giving them a way to connect to the Internet and to one another
Benjamin Heckendorn turns old-school game consoles into custom-designed portable units. Now you can too
Cross a Linux computer with a keg fridge, and you get a tap that knows when youâ€™ve had enough
Make a device that lets you easily operate almost any appliance in your house using your TV remote
This Czech geek's Apple G4-equipped Tatra is the ultimate computer on wheels.
Using eight leftover LCDs, Ryan Hoagland designed a window with endless possibilities
John Ninomiya regularly takes flight using a rig so simple itâ€™s scary: a bunch of helium balloons
You canâ€™t actually go in this jet-powered port-a-potty, but you can go pretty quick
Eat your heart out, Lance. This amateur-built recumbent may soon break its own record by hitting 82 mph
Digital projectors inexpensively deliver massive HDTV-quality images--if you don't mind a little sweat.
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
The real sweet science.
Stay social without going out.
Keep snacking under control.
Need tips on controlling your bladder? Urine luck.
Turn on, tune in, sit back.
Whether by mail or broadband, the latest new releases are coming straight to your living room
Science up an amazing meal, entertain guests, and stay safe and sane.
And choose the right headphones to go with it.
Enhance your conversations.
Build a matchstick-sized Freeduino kit and add a 5V battery for microcontroller power in a tight space
Never burn your mouth on a hot drink again
Build a device that lets you charge batteries for your cellphone or music player just by taking a stroll
Milk spray, coin-operated tanning lamps, supersized aluminum bowls, and other devices created to help our readers achieve a healthy summer glow
The Shaper, now reimagined by an ex-Google designer
You might need some booze before you're done—trust us.
Hey hey. Ho ho.
Feverish or fever-ish?
Start by tossing out the idea that you need to sit perfectly straight.
Pick your parts carefully and you can make your own computer for the price of a monthâ€™s worth of lattes
The insulated panels are the perfect building material ... as long as they fit
Make your own jetliner at home
Weigh your options and make the right decision.
Field & Stream has put together one killer menu for the perfect summer barbecue.
Smoky, flame-kissed vegetables are perfect summer food.
Creating mobile applications for Android and the iPhone isn't just for code-writing geeks anymore
Zips across lakes and rivers at 25 mph
PopSci explores the geodesic dome's brief wave of popularity
From hacked beer cans to drivable fish tanks, these are the coolest, craziest projects of the year
What candy can teach us about wrapping perfectly round objects
Make everything look and sound great.
Two days' hydration makes a flawless cookie, but the Kitchen Alchemists don't need to wait that long
These "surfboards" make surface-mount prototyping "boardacious," dude
Postage prices just went up again (groan). Save yourself some change by using this DIY device to find out exactly how many stamps to slap on to that overstuffed envelope
Whip together shotcrete, papercrete or quikcrete structures in no time with a simple DIY tirolessa sprayer
Holiday presents for the tots on your list
Jump into a new world.
Tech is for everyone.
Moisture is the enemy of fried potatoes.
They'll help you find the best date and time too.
They can do a lot more than turn on and off.
Instant delivery, and no wrapping required.
Outsource work without leaving your bed.
A story about plant children to brighten your day.
You don't have to spend hours in the kitchen to whip up something good.
You already have the tools to shoot short videos. Here´s how to share them with the world online
It finally looks like a house! Here's a look at the final push to the get the dry box up before the snow flies
Diamonds are for, well, a couple seconds
A hand-held router with computer-aided precision
They give the browser a real...edge.
If you love video games and DIY, this story is for you.
A pump that uses a unique expandable material to dispense medications perfectly
Make the most of your Google-powered laptop
Alternative apps to help you ditch the Facebook ecosystem.
All it takes is a drop of chilled superglue.
How do you create a mixture that can easily burst into flames, but only when you want? Just use one of the most unstable mixtures on Earth, plus Elmer's glue
From the Popular Science archives: How to make your alarm clock water your lawn, cook you breakfast, turn on a light and more
How do you turn molten metal into perfect spheres? Just pour it off the roof
More of what you want to see, less of what you don't
Build a better salad.
The perfect loaf starts with some bacterial friends.
Plants that will survive your dark apartment and forgetful nature.
At least you know it won't crave magenta ink.
Learn how to solder SMD stuff and play a game when you're finished.
Pneumatic staplers and speedy tape measurers on this week's edition
Never miss a game again now that you can tune in to your home channels on the road
Automatically track anything's GPS location via e-mail with the UberTracker
To win the grand prize of a BUGbase and four BUGmodules, we want you to build your dream BUG yourself!
Say “I love you” with an “I Love ST” board
Dial in the resistor you need and avoid digging through messy electronics bins.
How do you keep the back of your iPod clean? Sandpaper and electricity
An Android-powered pot stirrer and an Xbox controller snack extruder
Precious metals in your car burn up the dirty exhaust, with no flame to be seen
Awesome tools for a digital dissection
A handheld sonic fire extinguisher