Exclusive clip from the new show
Exclusive clip from the new show
2015 Kairos Global Summit - Knox
At the 2015 Kairos Global Summit, host Katie Linendoll spoke with Knox Medical Diagnostics about their app-connected device to track the lung health of children with asthma.
Museum of Ice Cream
Travel inside the Museum of Ice Cream with Popular Science and learn all about the cool, tasty innovations inside.
The Science Bucket List: Learn To Be An Amateur Astronomer
Learn how to use a Dobsonian Telescope with Popular Science columnist William Gurstelle and McDonald Observatory superintendent Craig Nance.
Why You Should Care About Jupiter
The Juno spacecraft recently started orbiting Jupiter, and will give us our closest-ever look at the gas giant. Why should you care though? We went to NASA and asked scientists this very question.
This Could Be The Strangest Exoplanet Found Yet
Imagine a planet, like Jupiter, but four times heavier. And itand 39:s got a huge orbit, maybe twice as wide as Plutoand 39:s. Oh, and it has three suns. That planet is real, and itand 39:s only 320 light years away. Meet HD 131399Ab.
In 2001, Patrick Hardison was caught in a fire that burned off much of his face. After fourteen years and more than 70 surgeries later, Patrick finally received a face transplant. He spoke with Popular Science about what his life has been like since his transplant.
Testing A Real-Life Thorand 39:s Hammer
Eric Hagan created Thorand 39:s Hammer, based on Allen Panand 39:s design. It has a capacitive touch sensor, which activates an electromagnet when someone hold the hammer. It will turn off if the built-in fingerprint reader detects Ericand 39:s fingerprint.
Edible Six-Pack Rings To Reduce Plastic In Oceans
Plastic in the ocean is a big problem, killing birds, fish, and anything else that eats or gets stuck in the refuse. One of the biggest culprits? Plastic six-pack holders. Now, Saltwater Brewery in Florida has has introduced new edible six-pack holders made from brewing byproducts (grains, etc.) to replace the plastic rings.
Build It - Giant Bristlebot
One of the simplest and most popular DIY robots is the bristlebot, a contraption made from a toothbrush head glued to a small motor, which can buzz over a flat surface. When DIYer Randy Sarafan, founder and manager of the Instructables Design Studio, was building a simple bot that would roll a tennis ball across the floor, he decided to power it with a bristlebot. But to provide enough strength, he would have to scale up the bot. In this Build It video, Popular Science demonstrates how you can build the giant bristlebot Sarafan designed.
The Battery In The Basement
For a few hundred dollars, an electric water heater can be made to work like a home battery, providing cheap, clean energy at a fraction of the cost of a Tesla Powerwall.
Canon Wants You To Print Your Best Instagram Photos For The World To See
Printer and camera company Canon wanted to make a big splash at CES 2016 by announcing an all-new service for printing Instagram photos called "UBUPrints."To promote the idea, Canon hooked us up with aerial photographer Natalie Amrossi for a helicopter tour of Las Vegas, the site of CES. Canon hopes to encourage other social media stars to use the service to put their best work on physical display, in their homes or in galleries worldwide.