Cyber war, science celebrities, human limits, the future of solar power and the fate of nuclear fission. All this and more inside our super-stuffed September edition. Crack it open and take a look!

Our August edition is pure distilled future in one handy package. From designer babies to comet-catching spacecraft, semi-smart cars to sci-fi visions and more. And drones. So many many drones. Take a look!

Our science fiction spectacular issue is coming! It's an annual tradition, where we pick apart the latest blockbuster movies and say, sure the whole thing is ridiculous but... is there a hint of science fact behind the science foolishness? And that's not all...

Water, water, every where (yes, two words, read the original) - that's what Coleridge's Ancient Mariner saw, and it's what the world has to get its head around in the century, uh, ahead. This is our Water Issue where we look at how grand, ambitious tech projects can create clean, drinkable water for millions. And what does Segway have to do with it?

The May edition is our annual Invention special. We track down the best and most innovative garage inventions from around the world - no major corporations, no big business, just grass roots makers in their own workshops. Plus we ask if it's time to start uploading our brains, mine some asteroids, and much more...

Our annual How it Works issue is back for 2014! With a new selection of amazing bits of kit, dissected and demystified for your gratification. Including the Formula E racecar (you thought the Formula One cars this year sounded weird?), Australia's only nuclear reactor, a private moon lander, a surgical snakebot and a tonne more. Plus...

A fresh new look for Australian Popular Science is celebrated in the best way possible - with a massive cover feature on 3D printers. This magazine is the future, 3D printers are the the future, it's all synergy or serendipity or something. Or maybe we did it deliberately...

 
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