Toxin sniffers, missile jammers, dirty-bomb detectors: Will a new security arsenal make us safer?
Geographic profiling pioneer Kim Rossmo has been likened to Sherlock Holmes; his Watson in the hunt for serial killers is a digital sidekick -- an algorithm he calls Rigel.
Self-repairing computers! Electronic skin! Bat-wing planes! A look at the amazing stuff that's changing the world.
Just because something is old doesn't mean it isn't still awesome!
An interactive feature shows exactly what role the space agency plays in your daily life
Molybdenum disulfide works in ways single-atom-thick graphene won't, opening the door to a range of new electronics applications
In his lab far from the scene of a crime, Skip Palenik forges unbreakable chains of evidence from dust & detritus. Let's watch the master at work.
Protesting High-Tech Trousers
Motion-capture software lets you try on clothes you find online
The ties that bind
She creates injectable scaffolds that help the body heal
PopSci attempts to determine, once and for all, which is the superior gender
Not to mention ports, subways and buses. Here, the technologies that will soon safeguard your travel plans
As the U.S. campaigns against terrorism, new technologies will move to the front lines.
Potential applications include insulation, firefighter protection, and water filtration.
Tiny nanoparticles are a huge part of our lives, for better or for worse.
Fabric coated in DNA from fish sperm won't catch on fire. Who knew?
It's arson, bomb and booby trap week at one of the nation's toughest forensics schools.
Potent new â€œnanofabricsâ€ repel germs and pollution to keep you healthy