It's not the best time to be a pangolin.
A muscle-numbing magic wand protects cops and citizens, Jedi-style
Sarah Brown-Schmidt and Sid Horton published results damaging their earlier work. And their peers are praising them for it.
Cuts to the government agency's budget would impact a lot of science.
A shock absorber that generates energy and increases fuel efficiency
Fun for students, but tough luck for the crash-test dummy
Turning what into wine?
How a radical new implant that zaps patients back to life is upending our understanding of the brain
The prize, awarded jointly to three scientists, celebrates the discovery of the immune system's front-line responders--though one winner succumbed to cancer three days before
Crashing celestial bodies, without the collateral damage
The Doctor unveils the workings behind shock treatment
The study aimed to test whether Taser devices have caused heart-related problems or death in meth-addled suspects
Researchers Use Explosives To Break Up Biofilms And Reduce Antibiotic Resistance
Suchi Saria is one of the 10 most brilliant people of 2016
PopSci talks with the new reproductive technology watchdog.
What do the candidates' records say about their positions on genetic technology?
In our penultimate column, we explore whether one candidate has a record better indicating support for scientific research
How will the next American president keep the country at the center of the high-tech universe?
New rules allow for creation of new stem cell lines, and the use of older lines
The move comes after an injunction barring federal funding for stem cell research