Featured in may 2013
Wing And A Scare
A record-breaking roller coaster that mimics the thrill of stunt flying.
Beginning in May, a plane will fly across the United States on sunlight alone. In 2015, it will circumnavigate the world.
At the edges of the visible universe, 45 billion light-years away, sit some of the oldest known galaxies. How they … Continued
Gallery: May 2013’s Hottest Gadgets
Silent Velcro, a gyro-stabilized monocular, an adapter that turns your iPhone into a DJ station, and more.
Five Ways To Stop Asian Carp
How to get rid of a pest that has spread to 23 states
The robot-staffed, windmill-powered Dutch port poised to become the most efficient cargo handler ever.
The Most Immersive Virtual-Reality System Yet
In your face!
FYI: Why Aren’t Hovercraft More Useful?
Blame the skirts.
A Single-Cell Genome
AWESOME! Because one cell has so little DNA, scientists typically pool together millions of cells to sequence a genome. Last … Continued
Now Live: The May 2013 Issue Of Popular Science Magazine
In 2007, my first year of working at Popular Science, we launched the Invention Awards, a celebration of dogged innovators … Continued