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With the worldâ€™s wild fish stocks plummeting, experts say that something must be done to ensure our seafood supply. Are offshore fish farms the solution?
Reanimating lifeless organs brings new hope for the millions on transplant waiting lists
Scientists reveal the first “wiring diagrams” of the cerebral cortex, shedding light on the infrastructure behind human intelligence.
Guess which president was the most psychopathic, er, fearless, of all?
Debunked as a tool for psychoanalysis, Rorschach inkblots might still harbor some secrets
Africa's rapid growth is not affecting the continent equally. Here's a look at five African countries that represent some of the brightest spots.
How Thomson Reuters analyst David Pendlebury makes impressively accurate predictions of who will win.
A new powder made from shrimp stops serious bleeding-fast
Two biographies strive to clear the confusion.
A new study, and new theories, on the unexpected links between chronic pain and suicide
Researchers hope to use this information to better understand and treat autism, ADHD
This is your brain on stress
Paranoid political demonstrators or a major breakthrough in robotics?
Popular Science is inside the U.N., where 150 heads of state are talking global warming. Will they put momentum behind an international treaty in 2015?
From a teenage nuclear genius to the most violent video game we've ever seen, here are the best works of longform journalism we published this year.
Andrew Rasiej and Micah Sifry created techpresident.com to answer an important question this election season: Do Facebook friends equal votes?
Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.
His manipulation of atoms chilled to near-absolute zero could help create high-temperature superconductors
A new study argues a cure for syphilis caused the advent of modern sexuality, not the pill.