PopSci

Friday th 16th of November 2018

How are dinosaurs named? - 08:20

Thursday th 15th of November 2018

Eight science apps that turn your phone into a laboratory - 10:00

Friday th 9th of November 2018

Gravitational waves could solve a cosmological crisis within five years—or shake physics to its core - 18:42

Charles Minard is known for the 'best graphic ever,' but he may have topped it with these maps - 11:20

Wednesday th 7th of November 2018

How many mosquitoes can you squish into a syringe? Scientists may finally have an answer. - 18:10

A science-loving lady could head the next House Science Committee - 16:20

Watch people beatbox in an MRI - 15:20

The 8 best science images, videos, and visualizations of the year - 12:40

'The Martian' author Andy Weir answers your questions about Mars - 10:00

How elite athletes keep their heads in the game - 08:40

Friday th 2nd of November 2018

How to spot misleading statistics in the news - 17:40

Don't worry, those weird patterns you see with your eyes closed are real - 15:10

How do planes fly? - 10:50

Wednesday th 31st of October 2018

Frankenstein was based on some very real (and very creepy) experiments - 17:40

Scientists set up a haunted lab to figure out why we like being scared - 15:00

The swamp science that lured travelers to their doom—and inspired the jack-o’-lantern - 14:10

We created a frankenhouse of the most common phobias - 11:50

Behold the mighty elephant bird, blindly crashing through the Madagascan forest - 10:20

The spookiest things we learned this week - 07:20

Tuesday th 30th of October 2018

Humanity's obsession with chocolate may go back much further than we thought - 17:30

The ocean floor is littered with adorable octopuses (and actual garbage) - 10:20

Monday th 29th of October 2018

Did a gigantic bird really eat a Neanderthal child? - 07:10

Friday th 26th of October 2018

MEGAPIXELS: This geometric iceberg will soothe your soul - 13:50

The oldest weapons in North America offer a new view of prehistoric tech - 07:50

Thursday th 25th of October 2018

Black widow spiders could teach nanomaterial experts a thing or two - 07:30

Wednesday th 24th of October 2018

The weirdest things we learned this week: glowing Civil War soldiers and historic font battles - 14:41

Tuesday th 23rd of October 2018

This image has exactly twelve dots, but it’s impossible to see them all at once - 09:20

Monday th 22nd of October 2018

Peter Jackson made Hobbits look so tiny with this mind trick - 17:00

When flying into a hurricane won't work, meteorologists use these high-tech alternatives - 15:00

Why do we get goosebumps? - 14:00

What ice cores tell us about ancient storms - 12:00

Friday th 19th of October 2018

This could be the fiercest Pacific hurricane season ever - 14:20

When and how did dinosaurs go extinct? - 11:00

Thursday th 18th of October 2018

Why counting Central Park's squirrels isn't nuts - 15:30

Why do I feel dizzy after spinning? - 14:10

Wednesday th 17th of October 2018

The weirdest things we learned this week: birthing rabbits, gruesome taxidermy, and the Parthenon's best-kept secret - 14:00

Bees deal with darkness the same way humans do - 07:30

The most important science policy issue in every state - 06:40

Tuesday th 16th of October 2018

Flames aren't the only danger firefighters face. Sometimes, there's a bear. - 14:00

Monday th 15th of October 2018

The terrifying new climate change report has one silver lining - 12:00

These scientists may be your next members of Congress - 01:21

The weirdest things we learned this week: eating your own twin, embalmed milk, and levitating frogs - 01:21

There is simply no precedent for Hurricane Michael - 01:21

Scientists just created healthy mice with same-sex parents - 01:21

Volcano decides eruptions are boring, tries sliding into the sea instead - 01:21

Tuesday th 9th of October 2018

Mount Vesuvius murdered its victims in more brutal ways than we thought - 17:49

Innovation, war, and glory: the soldier-scientist who unlocked the secrets of the Sahara - 11:40

Monday th 8th of October 2018

I invented an evaporation-driven car - 14:10

Saturday th 6th of October 2018

Why tiny fossils can tell us more than big ones - 09:00

Friday th 5th of October 2018

Drunk birds are wreaking havoc in Minnesota - 17:10