In honor of the 50th anniversary of the International System of Units, PopSci is looking at the origin and continued preservation of five of our favorite standard units Think of the most fussy science
What if a job interviewer asked you who would win in a fight between Spiderman and Batman? Or how you would describe the color yellow to a blind person? These are real interview questions collected by
Why would you want to make a plant glow? Why not? All it takes is a little biohacking. All this week we'll be rolling out projects from our September cover story. Find them all on Twitter with #HowToMakeAnything.
It's always more fun to DIY. Every week, we'll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home. Today: Stephanie Le from I Am a Food Blog is pulling
In science writing, as in life, a good checklist can prevent embarrassing mistakes. Here is one that will help you dodge some common pitfalls The Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prize, in association with
In-the-wall bookcases are elegant, but they can be difficult and expensive to construct. We show you an easier way to create a classic piece for any space. I built my first bookcase in middle school. multitiered
When it came to food, the 1970s got a lot of things wrong. Fondue wasn’t one of them. Cheesemonger Anne Saxelby explains. My husband, Patrick, turned 41 last year. For his birthday, he wanted a dinner