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Google's education wing has devised school lesson plans based on the movie.
Chatting about the universe with Neil deGrasse Tyson
A finalist in the Rockethub-Popular Science #CrowdGrant challenge hopes to put an end to meanness—with sex.
Plus: a chandelier made from thousands of acrylic gummy bears, a homemade "wormhole," and more
The jury is still out, but skepticism permeates the scientific community
Our resident film physicist tackles the final frontier and finds some key pointers for our own space travels
A physicist writes as if the technology for moving people is already here
Looking to boost your science smarts? First test your IQ organ, then follow our 6-point brain regimen. Soon you'll be crunching bogus claims and citing stats with the best.
Scientists tell us it's technically possible. Here's a how-to guide for the ambitious tinkerer.
If we wish to travel through time, we must be able to control it, to mold it to our own desires and specifications...
The science and the fiction of time travel are weird. But the science is weirder.
A brief history of the subject, in both science and fiction, with help from the TV and film experts of Comedy Central's Beat the Geeks, Paul Goebel and Marc Heuck.
Learning how bats avoid radar jamming could help scientists control huge swarms of robots.
She's also teaching the cloud to forget personal information.
PopSci travels to Paris's Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers to round up the scientific instruments and machines of the 18th and 19th centuries.
Scientific shots that just might change your definition of "masterpiece"
From remote-control key fobs to ultrasound, male contraception goes high tech
In the not-so-distant future, these six drugs--already in the works--will change how we live, and even how we die
Strange facts about the ocean's most mysterious creature
E-voting may already be a thing of the past, but here's what led up to it
Whatever did happen to yesterday's beloved technologies of tomorrow?
100 years from now, what jobs will people be hating?