Featured in September 2014
An Origami Microscope For Less Than a Dollar
Bringing microscopes where none have gone before.
How Reshma Saujani Is Building A Generation Of Girls Who Code
One woman's educational crusade to get girls interested in computer science
5 Educational Programs For Learning By Making
These STEM efforts fuse physics and math with the joy of invention—just add glue.
A Shift in Nuclear Powers [Infographic]
The past and future of the world's nuclear reactors.
Map Maritime Treasures At The Bottom Of The Sea
Students help recast and preserve the history found in shipwrecks.
How A Guy Who Failed Physics Is Reinventing Higher Education
EdX CEO Anant Agarwal is digitizing his teaching—and every student can benefit.
The Perpetual Potential Of Nuclear
A classic theme that still radiates from the Popular Science archives
Investigate Alien Life—Without Leaving Earth
California high schoolers are helping NASA conduct high-level research.
The War Of Zeros And Ones
Military operations around the world are quickly expanding into the digital realm. With cyberwarfare, we’re all in the line of fire.
The Helmet That Could Change Football
It's flexible, but it can really take a beating.