Your super liberal and super conservative relatives might all have one thing in common.
Talking it out could make us less vulnerable.
Goodbye, East Coast.
An animation by Northeastern University's LazerLab shows what's being donated, and where.
The amount of water on Earth is fixed, but everything else is changing fast
First stop: Laos
With so many problems with our oceans--and solutions to them--it can be tricky to know where to start. So we asked the experts
For over two centuries we have struggled to understand the scope of Afghanistan's mineral wealth. Now geologists, if they can determine what lies beneath the nation's ground, might also help bring stability to the surface
The best sources to follow the unprecedented torrents of information flowing from the ground via social media tools
A reactor ten times smaller than any online today is cheaper, but still lacks interested customers
The term may be bandied around a lot, but does the tech work?
Technology has provided some of this campaign's best moments. Also, some of the worst
Andrew Rasiej and Micah Sifry created techpresident.com to answer an important question this election season: Do Facebook friends equal votes?
Paranoid political demonstrators or a major breakthrough in robotics?
In each issue, PopSci features the month's most astounding photos in the magazine's opening pages. Here, see our web-only version of the best sci-tech images around.
Ten sci-tech moments that mattered in 2006
A Beetle by Any Other Name
Biological threats provide fertile plot material for books, movies and videogames
Tollbooths, ATMs, doctors' offices, online chat: You leave critical personal data behind wherever you go. Let's follow one American as he scatters his digital DNA.