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What to bring on your next beach trip

Gadgets A Go-Pro shuttlecock? A totebag full of wine? I love the beach. Must have beach gear to upgrade your beach experience.

Peeing in the pool is actually really bad for you


Health And everyone else. The chemical byproducts that result from your urine and the chlorine aren’t as benign as you may think.

‘Fat but fit’ is absolutely possible


Health Despite what clicky headlines want you to believe. It seems hard for people to believe that the chubby guy on the treadmill is healthier than a skinny dude scarfing down cheese doodles—but it may just be true.

The fastest way to chill your beer

DIY For an icy drink in under 10 minutes The principles you learned in high school chemistry are finally going to come in handy.

52 of Cassini's most beautiful postcards from the outer solar system

Space The spacecraft completely changed our view of Saturn and her moons 52 of the Cassini spacecraft's most amazing images.

Make instant slushies with supercooling

DIY A scientific party trick. Water doesn't always freeze at 0°C. Turn this fact into your next party trick by creating supercooled water that turns into ice instantly!

Stop looking for the latest superfood and eat a chili pepper

Health A hot lesson in nutritional studies. A recent study on chili peppers highlights why we shouldn't be deciding what we eat based on the strength of single food studies.

Los Angeles has enjoyed the same amazing climate for 50,000 years

Environment According to the beetles, anyway. What would California's climate look like if you travelled back in time?

How one community rallied to save turtles from becoming roadkill

Animals Over 10 years later, their efforts have paid off. Why did the turtle cross the road? To get to the other side.

This week in tech: Triumph of AlphaGo, new Surface Pro, and a bacteria shirt

Technology 9 stories you might have missed, from AI to Zuckerberg This week, a machine came out on top, and an Ivy-League dropout finally got a Harvard degree.

Shape shifting pasta, Jupiter's swirling storms, and other amazing images of the week

Science Newsworthy eye candy. Our favorite images from this week in science, health, and technology news.

Five rad and random things I found this week

Gadgets The end-of-week dispatch from PopSci's commerce editor. Vol. 12. In this dispatch from PopSci's commerce editor, find a bevy of picks for the perfect Memorial Day weekend.

5 outdoor games you can build yourself

DIY Get outside this weekend. This weekend, take advantage of your yard by building an outdoor game or two.

Climate change might literally keep us up at night


From Our Blogs: Nexus Media News Americans will lose quality sleep as temperatures rise. Rising temperatures will make it harder for Americans to get to sleep.

Snakes can actually hunt in packs

Animals But you should only be scared if you live in a cave in Cuba. The world is a scary place without knowing that snakes hunt in packs.

Scientists are trying to get inside the mind of a terrorist

Science What makes mass murder possible? A recent study sheds insight on how terrorists' morality differs from our own.

Special forces are getting a stealth motorcycle that's silent and deadly

Military Here comes the dirt bike, beware of the dirt bike. DARPA wants a stealthy, fuel-scavenging hybrid-electric motorcycle for special forces…

No, menstrual blood does not attract sharks

Animals It's safe to surf during shark week. This is a myth that needs to hurry up and die. Find out the facts:…

NOAA predicts an above average hurricane season for 2017


Environment Get ready now. Hurricane season starts next week. Here's what you should know.

MIT researchers want to make a dumpling that can fold itself

Science First stop: Flat-pack pasta. These 2-D films flip up to form pasta shapes when they hit the water.


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