Featured in October 2013
The Top U.S. Dog Breeds [Infographic]
The most popular pooches.
This Is The Fastest Zero-Emission Motorcycle
The Mission R gives gas guzzlers a run for their money.
How Having Three Parents Leads To Disease-Free Kids
A newly approved procedure lets scientists gather DNA from three people, then use it for in vitro fertilization.
What Happens If An Astronaut Floats Off In Space?
In short: he's in trouble.
Q&A: The Researchers Documenting The World’s Reefs
While those reefs are still around to document.
5 Of The Best Doggie Gadgets
Meet the leash of the future.
These Contact Lenses Work Like Telescopes For Your Eyes
Researcher Eric Tremblay explains the invention.
October 2013: The Future Of The Car
Letter From The Editor Shift Features The Brilliant Ten Every year Popular Science names 10 young geniuses whose work will … Continued
How Nicolas Fontaine Is Saving The Internet From Itself
Fontaine, an optical engineer at Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, has devised a clever way to avoid a data bottleneck.
How Andrea Armani Invented A New Set Of Scientific Tools
Armani developed sensors that are speeding scientific discovery across many fields.