Featured in October 2014
How Tweets Can Save Lives
In times of crisis, social media can paint a picture of areas in need.
The Brilliant Ten: Jordan Green Trains Immune Systems To Fight Cancer
He uses nanoparticles to program the body to attack even the most elusive tumors.
The Brilliant Ten: Christopher Mason Sequences Genes Everywhere
From spit-covered toys to the International Space Station, DNA is everywhere, and this guy wants to decode it.
The Brilliant Ten: Katia Koelle Models How Viruses Turn Deadly
As pathogens mutate rapidly around us, this evolutionary biologist plans to keep humans one step ahead.
The Rise Of Open Source Hardware
Hardware has always lagged behind software in the open source movement. But one website is beginning to change that.
Now Live: The October 2014 Issue of Popular Science
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The 10 Best Things From October 2014
Some things are just ... better.