The future-proofing engine.
A startup based in Jordan is finding out
Everything short of pizza that orders itself
We step on board the SS United States—60 years after the superliner first appeared in Popular Science—and find a rusting but still spectacular icon
The acoustic innovator and founder of the Bose Corporation died Friday. This is the story of how his insatiable curiosity helped launch a better future.
We ask the experts how today's technology would've influenced the outcome of the Battle of Gettysburg and the Civil War itself.
Kranthi Kiran Vistakula developed technology that can keep your body comfortable in outside temperatures that range from -50 to 50 degrees Celsius.
A new exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art celebrates Kubrick's pioneering embrace of cutting-edge technologies, from Steadicams to NASA satellite lenses.
Patrolled by Predator drones, radar blimps, dogs, and scanners, the U.S./Mexico border is now a state unto itself: Borderworld
The technological toolbox of the military's Explosive Ordnance Disposal units is completely different from ten years ago
A 100-year-old electric car charger, the earliest fuel cells, and much more
Get ready for the first complete synthetic human brain, moon mining, and much more
Why are we lagging decades behind the rest of the world's fast-train infrastructure?
On the 65th anniversary of the invasion of Normandy, a look at the then-cutting-edge military gear of D-Day, as covered in our pages
Stealth jets? Hypersonic bombers? What's really being developed at the military's most famous classified base?