Everything you need to stretch and take an hour off from the notification onslaught.
Fright in the flesh.
Running is in our DNA, but training for a marathon is a careful mix of muscle, mental, and technological strength.
Science of the Union.
Influenza viruses kill up to 646,000 people worldwide every year.
Italian scientists analyzed the microbial colonization on a historic easel painting.
These are the 2018 winners of the Vizzies Challenge.
A state-by-state breakdown of policies that could change your community.
Sprayers plan attacks from the ground and sky.
Before operating within a living womb, they had to practice.
Your body means the world to the microbes that live on it.
Nearly 10 percent of U.S. bridges are considered structurally deficient.
Anatomical compromises from millions of years ago have made birth hard for humans.
Pioneering surgeons have made it possible to transplant a human uterus that can bear children, offering hope to millions of women who never thought they could give birth.
Bill Faloon has pursued immortality for decades. Now he's got lots of company. What does science have to say?
Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.
Let me Google that for you.
When men were men and sodas were cocaine-laced nerve tonics.
Scientists still aren't sure why brain training only works for some people.
Included: how memory athletes stuff their noggins with so much knowledge.
It's stacked against most of the world.
The liver has to enable a “large mammal” to live “a normal lifestyle” for at least three months.
In a wide-ranging interview with PopularScience.com, Aldrin talks about a mission to Mars, 34 years of sobriety and the future of American leadership in space.