Featured in august 2013
How Biological Patents Promote Research And Save Lives
Patenting viruses doesn't restrict research--it gives an incentive to do more research.
Build Your Own Photo Booth
Plus! A 1932 DIY pocket camera from the pages of Popular Science"
How It Works: Inside The Machine That Separates Your Recyclables
Moving paper away from plastic so you don't have to
3 Beautiful Instruments Made From Stuff Nobody Wanted
They don't sound bad, either
How Seahorses Survive With Squishable Armor
And how researchers want to make a robotic arm out of the technique
The Roller Coaster Ups And Downs Of The World’s Helium Supply [Infographic]
Making the most of a limited resource
This Truck Keeps The World’s Largest Solar Plant Squeaky Clean
Getting the most out of the United Arab Emirates' Shams 1 solar panels
Ultra-Green Headphones Contain 60 Percent Repurposed Material
How the Swedish company cuts off electronic waste at the source
How It Works: A 3-D Printer For Liver Tissue
The first commercial 3-D bioprinter, Organovo's NovoGen MMX Bioprinter, is manufacturing functional liver tissues that will soon help biochemists test new drugs. Here’s a look at the printing process.