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Our four-part series follows editor-in-chief Jacob Ward on a trip across the country and around the world to see firsthand the ideas that could usher in a new era of true energy independence for the United States. First up: a solar cell in every bolt of fFeatured
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5.3 million bricks. 46,000 pounds of LEGO. Read more here: http://pops.ci/121HD24Featured
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At Nerd Nite in San Francisco, Popular Science Editor-in-Chief Jacob Ward explains why technology's biggest limitation is the human body itself. Filmed on May 15, 2013.
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Video from an experiment at Rutgers University shows particles of chalk flowing up a channel of water.Featured
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University of Pittsburgh scientists stripped a mouse heart of its cells and inserted human stem cells. Watch it beat!
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Genetic privacy is a pipe dream. It's time to let science run free with our DNA. Read Popular Science contributor Erin Biba's essay here: http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2013-04/don%E2%80%99t-be-afraid-your-dna
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On Saturday, September 21, 2013, a team of student engineers from Temple University will push a Wright Brothers-inspired glider off a 30-foot-high flight deck near Washington, D.C. Their goal: To break the Red Bull Flugtag world record flight distance of
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Silicone oil levitates on vibrating fluid. Video by Dan Harris and John Bush/MIT.
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At SXSW Eco, a team shows off a 3-D printer that makes a pizza.
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Children of baby boomers -- aka the Millennials, Generation Y, etc. -- are buying fewer cars and driving fewer miles. Automakers, meanwhile, are increasingly feeling the sting. What's Detroit to do? Popular Science projects editor Dave Mosher offers a man
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Biological patents create a financial incentive for innovation and discovery. Read more: http://pops.ci/1aILY9C
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Researchers recently developed a system that allows monkeys to control two arms on a computer screen, using just their thoughts. This video shows what the monkeys saw on their screens. Learn more here: http://www.popsci.com/article/science/double-fun-syst