Science can spike that stink.
Clean all the stains.
Sheet-pan salmon, two-minute meatloaf, and six other recipes.
This single-serving dessert takes 60 seconds—and some science.
Defend yourself against stink bugs, mosquitoes, and fruit flies
Half a dozen things you can do with a standard resealable jar
The subtle science of brine and crunch (recipe included)
Turn sour old wine into a beautiful holiday gift -- thanks to science
Pencil shavings make for cheap circuits
Smoky, flame-kissed vegetables are perfect summer food.
Keeping warm with chemistry
They may be past their prime, but that doesn't make them useless.
A collection of our favorite automated brewing and winemaking setups
Bath fizzies for all your holiday gift needs
And a lemon, and some other stuff. But mostly pennies.
Some unwrapping and assembling may be required. We're not animals.
The power of alkalinity
Suzanne Anker grows greens like an astronaut to demo the future of healthy eating
The perfect loaf starts with some bacterial friends.
Your appliances will thank you for it.
Make the neighbors jealous—and a little scared of your skills
Calling all amateur scientists and builders
Your walls could talk
Trick out your phone.
A truly inspired home automation project turns one man's living room into a swingin' dance club with a single press—video inside
Get to know your neighbors by giving them a way to connect to the Internet and to one another
Been inspired by our How 2.0 projects? Send us pictures of the stuff you're makingâ€”or breaking
Plus, how to make a granita margarita
Add function that Apple never intended, and you'll make a good gadget great
Recreate an ancient evolutionary milestone in your own home
The ultimate DIY AI
Grab that screengrab
Take your office with you
It's time for a change.
Keep your digital life private.
Awesome tools for a digital dissection
Foundry wants to become a social network for the DIY world
Scoop snow from the comfort of home.
If recognized this as an important bit of metal lathe tooling, you're a winner
Doghouse comes complete with a solar heating system, LED lights and a Wi-Fi security camera
All it takes is a drop of chilled superglue.
For that crispy, crunchy audio
Be amusing, not irritating.
Once you know how they work, you can automate nearly anything.
Our second all-digital Genius Guide shows you 99 ways to save energy— and money— at home this summer
Behold PopSci staff photographer/mad scientist John Carnett's homemade microbrewery: an elaborate device that boils, ferments, chills, and pours home-crafted ale
Don't leave your tunes behind.
Bring all of your lights, thermostats, and power outlets under the control of one digital assistant.
How nature scorches the skies with fire tornadoes.
"Hey Google, Alexa, let's get stuff done."
Four apps that'll make your tapping and swiping more efficient.
Digital projectors inexpensively deliver massive HDTV-quality images--if you don't mind a little sweat.
Going high-tech with your home security, and even adding automation, doesn't have to break the bank.
Set your own "dingtone" for a customized doorbell
Create a light system to keep houseplants thriving during the short days of winter
Our Green Dream builder conjures a steel sculpture that will also get people to the second floor
The delivery of the first batch of walls sets off a flurry of activity
The best tools for trimming one of the most versatile and affordable materials you can get
Protect your internet-connected devices.
Ready, player one?
The Internet of Things is cool, but it can be risky. Here's how to protect yourself.
RC Home Inspector can check for cracks in your foundation and keep you out of that nasty crawl space
Keep your gadgets powered even when the grid fails you
Detect motion with itty-bitty embedded PIR sensors
The Microfactory can cut patterns uploaded via Bluetooth
Whip together shotcrete, papercrete or quikcrete structures in no time with a simple DIY tirolessa sprayer
Meet a lemon racer
Hailey Fort is a pint-size philanthropist
Be the boss of your smart hub.
Get more from your television.
Get some friends for your Google Home or Amazon Alexa.
How is it that you always know where your phone is and never know where the Roku remote is?
Poor cell reception at home? Install a cellular amplifier, and put an end to frustrated redials
Never miss a game again now that you can tune in to your home channels on the road
Cut down on the squinting by beaming the image on your iPod's screen onto a wall
Our geek explores the possibilities
The agency may also open up parts of the spectrum for private experimentation
Why settle for the standard stereo or a GPS unit when you can have an in-car PC running off your car's battery to guide the way, watch the engine, and download tunes?
Death to dead zones
The revolution is already here
Protect yourself with these four tips.
Keep calling and texting.
And what you should do instead.
Unlock the mystery of the pencil by turning out a few of your own.
The place comes through the winter looking nearly like a real house ... but for one little glitch