Nick Gilbert
at 16:08 PM Jul 12 2012
Gambling is an issue that's received plenty of airtime in Australia in the last few months, not least because of the back-and-forth on regulation in federal Parliament. But Popular Science has been on the issue since the early 20th century, showing you how to not only avoid being sucker punched by the numbers game, but how to turn that exact same numbers game back around on your rivals.
Dan Nosowitz
at 11:51 AM Jun 18 2012
In this week's gallery, we've got a few food tech images, and a lot of other great stuff - this jet breaking through the sound barrier, some pretty space pics, a gorgeous jellyfish that lives deep in an undersea canyon, and much more.
Julie Beck
at 11:49 AM Jun 18 2012
Now that Food Tech week is winding down here at PopSci, it's time to sit back, rest our hands on the shelves of our full bellies and listen to the old timers tell us a few yarns about back in their day. We've already probed the archives for a few strange culinary suggestions, but there is more yet to come.We've collected here a motley assortment of PopSci's past visions of the future of food, from milestone inventions like dehydration and quick-freezing, to off-the-wall ideas like whale farming,
Ashley Wright
at 16:02 PM Jun 8 2012
In honour of the recent transit of Venus, we've decided to dedicate this week's gallery to showcasing some of the amazing images brought to us courtesy of the Hubble Space Telescope.
Dan Nosowitz
at 10:08 AM Jun 4 2012
This week there's been no shortage of amazing science and tech imagery - from a rat that regained the power of movement to shoes made from custom-bred, genetically engineered stingrays to a gorgeous shot of the Pinwheel Galaxy. More in the gallery!
Ashley Wright
at 14:44 PM May 30 2012
The accounts of Marco Polo narrate his journeys to unbelievable cities, yet in the 21st century our lives depend on technology that began as the fantasy of yesteryear. The idea behind Arcology (the word is a fusion of architecture and ecology) is to create self-sustaining hyperstructures that are capable of housing entire societies - cities in a single building. Architect Paolo Soleri came up with the concept in the 1970s, so how is Arcology relevant today?
Dan Nosowitz
at 10:39 AM May 28 2012
Just like a great dish, this week's Images of the Week roundup includes a delicate balance of all things we love: amazing space pics, adorable animals, beautiful design concepts, and a dude free-falling into a giant pile of boxes. Enjoy!
 
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