A wire screen is all it takes to prevent dangerous gases from exploding
Defend yourself against stink bugs, mosquitoes, and fruit flies
Tell those skeeters to buzz off.
Protect your house from vermin
The Ingalls family almost died. A lot.
To create beautiful electrical-charge patterns like this, you could use a giant particle accelerator. But shag carpeting will also do just fine. Watch how Lichtenberg figures are made in our amazing video
Meet PopSci's resident mad scientist Theodore Gray, master of concoctions and combustions
A cleaner wash feeds back water as you shower
Take advantage of the warm weather
The Bait Savour adds the critical time dimension to crustacean catching
Because sexy Harambe is in poor taste
Build an indoor insect trap from our August, 1971 issue, fully updated for today (just in time for summer)
And what you should do instead.
Be the kind of tourist locals don't hate as much.
Help your skin heal with these tips from a dermatologist.
Monitor earthquakes, play with a virtual particle accelerator, and more.
It's a trap!
An insole restores communication between the brain and injured feet
Our scientist zaps tin and silver, shatters glass, and arcs his oven to prove a point.
There are many ways to melt metal, but an arc furnace can liquefy almost anything you put in it, using only electricity.
The dead shall shine again