Featured in September 2013
Simulation Predicts How Robots Will One Day Walk
Or crawl. Or squirm.
This Jacket Keeps Warmth In, While Letting Sweat Out
The Army-approved Polartec Alpha does what down and synthetic materials can't.
The Next Space Shuttle: Hybrid Engines Make Runway-To-Orbit Missions A Reality
A new type of engine could usher in an era of affordable spaceplanes
How To Stop A Plague In 4 Easy Steps
Vaccinating mosquitoes can ward off malaria.
These Spiky Shoes Literally Put A Spring In Your Step
The Adidas Springblade uses springs to give athletes better verticality
The Way The U.S. Teaches Science Doesn’t Work
Here's how to fix it
Gray Matter: A Venturi Pump That Shoots Fire
A pump that goes from blow to suck with no moving parts
This App Can Make Anyone A Video Game Designer
Draw the design for a level on graph paper, and Pixel Press can translate it into a real, playable game
September 2013: The Next Space Shuttle
Letter From The Editor An Awesome Education Features Awesome Labs Thinking about a science degree? Consider a lab where research … Continued
How To Grow Your Own Photo
Use microbes to make black-and-agar still lifes