The biology of having just one more slice of pie
Two angles on the world's most dangerous high-altitude, high-tech daredevil stunt.
And the sensitivity to contagious yawns develops as they mature, as it does in humans.
The answer might actually help us treat some neurological diseases.
A new book explores why our bodies do the things they do
Susceptibility seems to decrease with age.
What do ghosts and yawns have in common? They remain scientific enigmas.
Dogs catch yawns from humans, but not if they're too young. To perform this study, scientists cuddled with puppies all day.
A global YouTube outage is traced to a single country's censoring attempt
PopSci is attending the 40th annual National Symposium on Bat Research
Thought to be an anglerfish, its two forward-facing eyes are a first for the fish world
Green cars galore! The U.K.'s largest auto show debuts a slew of sexy new fuel-sippers
This might be the best article you've ever read on the subject.
Sure, boss, I'll get—*yawn*—right to it.
Ditch the extension cord. A new implant draws power from back muscles
A new powder made from shrimp stops serious bleeding-fast
Faster than a speeding bullet train
MIT scientists say they've found a new way to silence disease-causing genes in specific tissues using RNA interference