The 2018 midterm elections shifted the balance of power in the House of Representatives. Here's what that means.
The change between 2011 and 2018 is stark.
Projecting the evolution of the projectile
"You gotta Crash and Learn."
"Being pro-science is the only way we make sure that America continues to lead the world."
Bold innovation or terrible idea? Your guide to the experiments that only sound scary—and the lab work you truly should lose sleep over
To Baldomero Olivera, venom is nature's drug industry.
NASA already has an orbiter for 2013 and a lander for 2016; now it has another rover in the works, too.
Para hockey has its own unique biomechanics.
Sure the candidates said the right things, but do their records match their rhetoric? As part of a two-week investigative series, Popular Science looks into the voting record of Senators McCain and Obama
A new plan is raising eyebrows in the conservative whisky industry
Fried explains how group workshops drive a new kind of innovation.
The Tech Museum of Innovation spends $5 million for audiences to design life
In celebration of BOWN's 20th anniversary: highlights of our best (and, yes, worst) predictions about the important technologies of decades past
We weighed dozens of variables, from the number of homes with wireless internet to the number of robotic surgeries performed at local hospitals, to rank U.S. cities by tech quotient. And the winners are ...
World record after world record after world record
We're all familiar with images of lurching robots performing rote tasks on the factory production lines. But the capabilities of robots have evolved well beyond the banality of those grainy industrial films.
Oversimplified competitions encourage computer programs that are snarky rather than intelligent--but it doesn't have to be that way.
Minneapolis ranked first among U.S. cities in innovative transportation solutions, fourth in energy technology.
When Osman Ozcanli and his team of technology hunters get their hands on the world's best technologies, something remarkable happens.
Nike's latest apparel innovation reinvents how you sweat. Or does it?
Ed Letter: As the election nears, the candidates finally reveal where they stand on some crucial scientific issues
While their peers worry about zits, these rising young stars are designing lunar bioreactors and new cancer drugs. What did you accomplish before turning 18? Meet our eight future Edisons here