My primary focus is searching for undiscovered species—mostly white, eyeless crustaceans.
Simple organisms pave the way to the hydrogen-fueled future
Glow coral, glow.
To commemorate World Food Day, we look back on science's role in alleviating the hunger crisis. Whale breeding, desert sugar factories, and oyster soup capsules, yum
Soon we'll be drinking Dover.
Cloning the green goo's factories for producing light-sensitive proteins could lead to more effective treatments for certain types of blindness
Or, how to build artificial molecules
The tale of the "plant hunters," farming whales, vegetable matter that rains from the sky and more
And whether they'll look like E.T.
What's the most habitable planet?
From the Popular Science archive: Weather control, looped cities, moon microwaves, and more!
They're better than fireworks--and last longer, too.
Enjoy being alive? Thank these fossilized shrooms.
Animals (including humans) are constantly adapting to their environments. Here are ten reminders that this incredible process is constant—not limited to the distant past
A University of Georgia team tinkered with the genes of Pyrococcus furiosus, and the new breed is hungry for the smoggy stuff.
Nanotechnology could soon allow you to sanitize your bathroom with a flip of a light switch
In this intimate interview, hear insights about Sir Ernest Shackleton and the Endurance voyage as only a devoted granddaughter can have them.
New criteria for choosing NSF grants is the latest salvo from our anti-science government.
Or, how to distill 11,000 pages of text into a single graphic