Popular Science: The Latest News and Features on the People, Technologies, and Gadgets Shaping the Future
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Popular Science is the magazine for anyone curious about what’s new and next. With a readership of over 6.4 million, Popular Science is a must-have for technology fans, early adopters, and thought leaders.
Popular Science puts the latest news in gadgets, software, and robotics in the palm of your hand! Our articles help anyone understand the ideas and people driving the big issues of the day – whether healthcare, energy, robotics, or defense. News and features also provide perspective on the latest breakthroughs in science and technology.
Popular Science represents the best hopes for our planet, our lives, our children, and our future. And we reveal those hopes by featuring the innovations today that are laying the groundwork for a better tomorrow. This is a magazine for readers that want the future now.
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FROM OUR LATEST ISSUE, May / June 2016
• Invention Awards—From a personal airplane to a printer that makes bridges, we highlight the year’s 10 greatest inventions by scrappy individual inventors.
• Inventor’s Handbook—Everyone has an inner Edison, but finding it can be hard. Pulling on advice from successful individual inventors, we piece together a how-to rubric on getting your creations out there into the spotlight.
• Welcome to Drone-Kota—North Dakota has been an early and enthusiastic adopter of drone technology, earning it the nickname the Silicon Valley of Drones.
• Can Genes Make You Kill?—Science has found that genes predispose people to alcoholism and anxiety behaviors. There is now evidence that the same might be true with violence.
• Energy Fields—Humanity’s endless search for the natural resources needed to power our economies and homes has left a permanent mark on the landscape. Some of it is beautiful; some of it is bleak.
• Now—Backyard gadgets that let you run the party and still actually enjoy it; how PlayStation VR is changing the world of gaming; 360-degree audio is here; and more.
• Next—Edward Snowden on how he’d fix the Internet; a private movable island fit for a Bond villain; growing beef, leather, and milk in a synthetic butcher shop; and other topics of tomorrow.
• Manual—Build a tiny obstacle-dodging bug bo;, reinvent breakfast with bizarre gadgets; learn how to take infrared photographs; and much more in this issue’s DIY beat.
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- Category: News
- Updated: 25 April 2016
- Version: 5.3.17
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- Language: English
- Developer: Bonnier Corporation
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