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Three ways to safely drink found water


Gadgets Water is vital. Giardia infection is ... not. Found water is filled with dirt, debris, and critters that could make you sick—even kill you.

How to choose safe passwords—and remember them too


DIY Cyber security 101 Your online passwords are your first line of defense against hackers, so it pays to make sure you're well-protected.

Living with a lynx—for science


Entertainment Book Excerpt: Inner Life of Cats He had an idea for how to observe an animal in the wild with greater precision and intimacy than had ever been done before.

Electrically charged sands on Titan would make seriously sturdy sandcastles


Space No water required Magic? No, you’re just on Saturn’s moon Titan, where the seas are filled with hydrocarbons and the sand is electrically charged.

How to turn a spinach leaf into a human heart


Science Step one: detergent Spinach could be good for your heart in more ways than one—bioengineers have figured out how to turn a leaf into a beating bit of human heart.

Popular foods that grow in somewhat startling ways


Science You think you know, but you have no idea As less and less of us farm, few of us actually know what our food looks like when it's grown.

No one knows what to do with the International Space Station


Space Congress has only approved funding through 2024. What happens then? In 2024 the clock will run out on the International Space Station.

20 ways to organize all your stuff


Gadgets The sweet satisfaction of having everything in its place. For those of us yearning for the sweet satisfaction of having everything in its place.

Relaxing bath bombs for 70 percent off? I'd buy them.


Gadgets Soak up some you time. It's time for fizzy balls. Relaxing bath bombs for 70 percent off? I'd buy it.

Duet With Your Favorite Singers with this Waterproof Shower Speaker


Sponsored Post Enjoy high-quality Bluetooth audio every morning and save 83% off MSRP Duet With Your Favorite Singers with this Waterproof Shower Speaker.

The easiest way to kick your caffeine habit


DIY How to deal with everything from sluggishness to constipation Here’s a how-to guide on kicking your caffeine habit and establishing a healthy relationship with the drug.

Coral reefs might be in more trouble than we thought


Environment A giant die-off suggests our predictions are overly-optimistic When global warming met undesirable local weather, almost half of the corals on the Dongsha Atoll of South China Sea died, scientists report.

Why you should never ever feed bread to a duck


Animals Enough with this quackery Should you feed bread to a duck? No. Find out why.

Everything you need to know about the Keystone XL pipeline


Environment Guess who’s back? Well, hello, Keystone XL, it's been a while. Need a refresher? Read on.

A new cloud species, a fluorescent tree frog, and other amazing images of the week


Entertainment Newsworthy eye candy Don't miss this week's most dazzling images from science, health, and space news.

Five rad and random (kitchen!) things I found this week


Gadgets The end-of-week dispatch from Pop Sci's commerce editor. Vol. 4. Five rad and random things I found this week.

Bombing Antarctica, flying into hurricanes, and drinking your own pee: Fantastic tales from the field


Science Stories from the coolest day jobs in the world Tales From the Field brings you stories about the coolest day jobs in the world.

Watch a 1953 nuclear blast test disintegrate a house in high resolution


Military Footage may or may not contain a flying toilet. Nuclear test footage contains object still unknown, 64 years after the test.

3D printing is tackling what may be its biggest challenge yet: the humble book


Technology Printed in one piece—binding and all. A new 3D printed book pushes the limits of 3D printing technologies.

Two thirds of cancer mutations result from completely random DNA mistakes


Health An increased focus on early detection will be needed to effectively treat the disease About two thirds of all cancer mutations happen not because of factors in our environments or what we inherit from our parents, but rather as a direct result of how…


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