Featured in september 2012
A New View Of The Solar System
Michael Benson combines images from space to make art.
PopSci’s High School Inventors Of 2012
Ten amazing projects built by teens.
How A Tiny Group Of Designers Built The Most Efficient Racecar In History
An inside look at the DeltaWing, the boldest--and most polarizing--racecar design in decades
Science Of Theft: Freeze A Bike Lock With Canned Air, Then Smash It With A Hammer
The fatal flaw of bike locks: Freezing one makes it easy to bust open. Check out video of some DIY bike theft inside.
A New Artificial Heart Pump That Mimics the Real Thing
Today’s artificial hearts contain pumps whose spinning rotors can damage blood cells, causing clotting that can lead to strokes. A … Continued
Project Of The Month: The Soldering Gun
Not violent, just handy.
How An Underfunded Team Of Spanish Astronomers Could Help Solve The Mystery Of Dark Energy
For less than $10 million, the team is trying to figure out one of the greatest mysteries in astronomy
You Built What?!: An Electric-Assist Chopper-Style Bicycle
A 180-pound, 8.5-foot-long Frankencycle
September 2012’s Hottest Gadgets
A dozen great ideas in gear
An Accessory That Replaces Mouse Movements With Hand Waves
It’s been nearly 50 years since Douglas Engelbart, an engineer at the Stanford Research Institute, invented the first computer mouse. … Continued