President Donald Trump today toured the factory in Texas where the blazing-fast new Mac Pro is being assembled. His tour guide was Apple CEO Tim Cook, further demonstrating the good relationship the two
SpaceX’s Starship Mk1 prototype encountered an explosive failure during early testing in Texas on Wednesday – you can see exactly what happened in the video below, but basically it blew its lid during
Changing the culture around sports and removing some of the tough-it-out attitudes takes time. In the past decade, every state in the country has put laws on the books to try and reduce the risk of concussions
Rain with no water. Air with no oxygen. Hills with no soil. Before astronauts can hike through Titan’s gentle hills or slide down its colossal dunes, they’ll have to know where they’re going. Researchers
It’s hard to know exactly how much the hormone affects any given body, but what we do know suggests it’s not the end-all be-all. If you give a person testosterone, society considers it a performance enhancer.
For the four-part Engineering Big Ideas series presented by Mouser, electrical engineer and television host Grant Imahara has traveled around the world to see what really happens on the road to innovation.
What’s the weirdest thing you learned this week? Well, whatever it is, we promise you’ll have an even weirder answer if you listen to PopSci’s hit podcast. The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week hits Anchor,
Cannabis could play a bigger role in chronic pain management than researchers once thought. For some chronic pain patients, there’s a correlation between daily cannabis use and a decreased likelihood opioid
Being cold doesn't make you catch a cold, but it doesn't help. Being chilly doesn't literally make you catch a cold, no matter what your parents said whenever you left the house with wet hair. But it seems
NASA has set the ambitious (some might say aspirational) goal of sending a crew to the moon in 2024, but this time it doesn’t want to go alone. On Monday, the agency announced that five new companies be
Grab your coat and your camera, then head out under the stars. When the temperatures drop, it's tempting to bundle up inside and live the hermit life until the sun comes back out. But cold weather provides