Abominable snowmen, sea serpents and dragons, oh my!
In this intimate interview, hear insights about Sir Ernest Shackleton and the Endurance voyage as only a devoted granddaughter can have them.
The story behind the most successful failure of all time.
Three Canadians beat the world record to the south pole
Wherein we divulge why "the guy" and his ball are as one (at least in terms of momentum)
Our August 1991 cover story, in honor of Harry Kroto's passing
Putting a computer chip under your skin makes for better medicine, says America's first family of ID implantation.
What lies beyond? PopSci readers need your expertise
Researchers say that a CEO's health requires disclosure
But proving the Riemann Hypothesis isn't that simple.
Why does hair turn gray? The matter is an issue of genetics and aging.
Research fraud is as old as science itself. Over the years, suspicion of misconduct has swirled around some of science's leading lights.
At Aussie college, science students conduct experiments, art students “experiment”
Researchers find breakthrough non-viral method for reprogramming skin cells into stem cells
Before becoming Britain's first (and only) female prime minister, Thatcher graduated from Oxford with a chemistry degree.
Seeing without sight
“Piltdown Man” bones created by amateur archeologist
Don't worry, it's still an awfully mysterious bunch of bears.