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Check Out The Intense New 'Westworld' Trailer

Entertainment The show about a nightmarish Matrix theme park is looking intense The new trailer for Westworld is live with just over a month to go before the premier, and it's hitting all the right buttons.

FAA Clears The Way For Drone Businesses

Aviation Flying low over legislative hurdles New drone rules…

A Strong Signal From A Neighboring Solar System Has E.T. Seekers Speculating

Space Could this transmission come from intelligent life? Is someone trying to phone home? Astronomers at the SETI institute have detected "a strong signal" in the direction of HD164595, a star 95 light years from Earth.

New Evidence Suggests 'Lucy' Probably Died By Falling Out Of A Tree

Science Ouch It's a 3.18 million year old cold case.

Apple's Big iPhone Announcement Will Be On September 7

Gadgets Camera-focused features and a new Apple Watch could be in store Apple's next press event will take place on September 7 in California.

If People Were Cockroaches, Adapting To Climate Change Would Be Easy


Juno Made Its Closest Jupiter Flyby Yet

Space It's just getting started The space probe made its closest pass to the gas giant on Saturday morning.

'Future First': CRISPR Makes Biology The New Digital

Health The "molecular scissors" are helping scientists to edit DNA Popular Science and XPRIZE are teaming up to explore and explain technologies that make us say "The Future Is Now" in a video series called Future First.

The Cockroach Papers: A Compendium of History and Lore

From Our Blogs: Nexus Media News An excerpt from the new book Author Richard Schweid shares some of his own experiences with roaches.

Happy 98th Birthday, Katherine Johnson

Space The NASA 'human computer' made calculations for the Mercury, Apollo, and Shuttle programs Katherine Johnson turns 98 years old today.

What You Need To Know About The EpiPen

Health Why is everyone talking about an injector? Here’s what you need to know about the latest drug pricing scandal that affects some 3.6 million Americans.

Dragon's Back: SpaceX Confirms Successful Splashdown

Space Welcome home, Dragon Dragon's taking a bath in the Pacific Ocean after spending a little over a month hanging out with the International Space Station.

Pentagon Study Scrutinizes The Future Of Autonomous Robot War

Military A potential minefield Pentagon considers deadly autonomy…

All Donated U.S. Blood Should Be Tested For Zika, FDA Advises

Health Not just in Zika hot spots The FDA now recommends that all blood donations throughout the United States be screened for Zika Virus.

Squishy Robots, T-Rex Skulls, Neighboring Worlds, And More Images Of The Week

Science Our 10 favorite science pics Our 10 favorite images of the week…

Russian Armored Car Is Now Remote-Controllable

Military The AI of the Tigr New remotely controlled Russian vehicle.

Pass The Tissues: Allergy Season Is Getting Worse, Thanks To Climate Change

Health Hay fever to double by 2050 Climate change is coming for our sinuses: If it continues at this rate, hay fever could double in the next 35 years, according to new research…

Your Coffee Addiction May Be In Your Genes

Health If someone questions you about that fifth cup, blame DNA If you're already jittering from a second cup of coffee today, you can blame it on your genes.

DARPA Wants Long-Lasting Super-Precise Portable Atomic Clocks

Military Time for an upgrade Little atomic clocks…

Bill Nye On Climate Change In Our National Parks

Environment We caught up with the NPS Centennial Ambassador in Brooklyn Bridge Park Popular Science caught up with National Park SErvice Centennial Ambassador Bill Nye to discuss how climate change is affecting public lands and their inhabitants, and how to…