While some developing nations have embraced e-voting machines, more developed European and Pacific Rim countries have been much slower on the uptake.
Researchers develop nanotubes that can help circuits repair critical breaks
Looking for a source of rare earths? Try your stash of old cellphones
Today's link arsenal offers choices for fighting malaria
Three new e-noses use three different methods to sniff out everything from freon to fatty acids
The Odoreader goes where no human nose wants to.
The EU makes its first ruling on the newly popular gadgets.
How to build a subway in the Eternal City.
A researcher is building a tool that will help police locate a body earlier -- and possibly tell when the victim died.
Fermi would approve
Eat your heart out, Harry Potter
Both the Atlantic and Pacific areas saw a record number and intensity of storms.
Like a delicious, biocompatible computer
Here's the January 2015 issue of Popular Science, hot off the presses