Except when it's right. Unless you read both the right thing and the wrong thing. Or unless something's only half right. Existential crisis!
The Lake Ellsworth drilling project was supposed to be a quick, high-tech hunt for microbes under the surface of Antarctica, but tech problems forced researchers to scrap it.
A new study suggests we can identify the leader of a group of strangers by sight.
You wouldn't want to bring out sherry or dried fruit tones in your giant box of chardonnay, would you?
Or, at least, the 34 women in the study showed "small–moderate" correlations with guessing right when they were asked. (And men can't tell, apparently.)
A UTMB Galveston study put the two groups head-to-head to see which would perform better using virtual surgery tools. All those videogames paid off.
A new study from The Miriam Hospital’s Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine takes a look at the noted alarmist … Continued
Virtual reality does away with the interspecies size boundary.
"There's almost no way to stop [the study] from being spun into the 'war against women' story," coauthor Vladas Griskevicius says. Is he right, or was the study the problem?
The study linked women's ovulation cycles with how they would vote at the polls.
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