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This year brought us comet landings, disease outbreaks, new dinosaurs, and cyberterrorism. Here are the most important science stories of 2014.
In a feat of viral archaeology, scientists follow modern HIV to its ancestors that were around nearly 100 years ago.
Ride along with stunt pilot Jeff Boerboon as he practices his death-defying air show tricks.
In another victory for the Standard Model of physics, a study further confirms the existence of the Higgs Boson.
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PopMech tours the USS Oak Hill in honor of Fleet Week New York.
The Electric Anticancer Helmet - Popular Mechanics
Yesterday, physicians at the Mayo Clinic announced that Stacy Erholtz, a 49-year-old woman diagnosed with a fearsome cancer called multiple myeloma, had gone into remission. But don’t buy into headlines you read that measles cure cancer. It’s a bit more complicated than that.
The heat-resistant polymers that make up your iPhone and laptop are thrown away with the gadgets. That may be about to change.
At a press conference earlier today, NASA confirmed that the Thwaites Glacier—a receding hunk of ice that supports the much larger West Antarctic ice sheet—could disappear within the next couple of hundred years.
Blake J. Harris is the author of Console Wars, released today. The book chronicles the heavyweight early '90s battle between Nintendo and Sega, and Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg already plan to adapt the book into a movie.
Jason Schaeffer is an attorney at ESQwire.com, specializing in Internet law. We asked him to decipher some of the legalese surrounding the net neutrality fight and FCC Chairman Wheeler's recent statements.
A new computer simulation maps the early universe through 13 billion years of cosmic evolution, and may help astrophysicists study dark matter.