Featured in Humidity
In some heatwaves, fans do more harm than good
A new study suggests turning on a fan can actually be dangerous in extremely hot, dry conditions.
What’s really behind baseball’s recent home run surge
It might not (just) be foul play.
Museum air can make you feel better. Here’s how to get it at home.
What’s good for art may also be good for you.
How a snowflake gets its shape
Do you want to build a snowflake?
This Device Wants To Make Your Airplane Air Less Dry
By shooting vortices in your face during your entire flight
Science Confirms The Obvious: We Hate Being Hot
Which could become a bigger issue over the next century
Cyborg Germ Could Help Detect Leaks In Space Station
As it grows and shrinks with changing humidity, it reports data on its environment
Why Do the Colorado Rockies Keep Their Baseballs in a Humidor?
PopSci sniffs out the answer. But why they keep their cigars in a duffel bag remains a mystery
Get Humidity with Your Heat
The problem with forced-air heating is that as it gives (heat), it also takes away (humidity).