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The 100 Greatest Innovations Of The Year
Popular Science's Best Of What's New Awards, all in one place
Gallery: Darwin’s Library From the HMS Beagle—The Digital Edition
More than 400 books that helped create modern evolutionary biology have been been re-assembled into an online library
A Short History Of The Flying Car
Because, seriously, what's the hold up?
Jackets Grown From Bacteria And 10 More Feats Of Bio-Engineering
William Myers' Bio Design explores the intersection of design and biology.
A Geek’s Guide To Fashion Week
Dutch designer Iris van Herpen uses 3-D printing to make out-of-this-world fashion.
Hey, Home Depot: Just Because You Failed In China Doesn’t Mean China Doesn’t DIY
Home Depot is closing its last seven big-box stores in China, citing a lack of a DIY ethos among the Chinese. But while sales may be flat, China's maker culture still thrives. Have YOU ever built yourself a helicopter?
Archive Gallery: The Science of Gambling
How winners win, cheaters cheat, and what a century of Popular Science taught us about both
The Prettiest Space Pics From This Week’s Annual American Astronomical Society Meeting
Because who doesn't like a pretty space pic?
Science Ink: A Taxonomy of Tattoos Inspired by Science
A few years ago–by accident, really–Carl Zimmer became the de facto curator of science-based body art. The author of The...
The Most Amazing Science and Tech Pictures of the Week, Sept. 26-30
After realizing that the PopSci editors’ chat room is awash in amazing pictures that don’t necessarily see the light of...