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...

Look at those eyes. Those troubled, paranoid eyes. But is it really paranoia when you know for sure they're watching you? Recent developments in biometrics and facial recognition tech could mean the whole idea of anonymity - and maybe even privacy - is obsolete. Let our exhaustive article be your guide to a disturbing future. Of course, that's not all...

Another year lies ahead of science, technology and innovation. And PopSci remains as your steady guide, stalwart companion, and the rest of it. Kicking off with insect drones! Argh they're in my hair! But should we be worried about them? And what are engineers learning by making their tiny aircraft fly like bugs?

We're upholding a proud PopSci tradition this month with the Best of What's New. Discover our picks of technology, gadgets, engineering, aerospace and more. It's your guide to the state of the art. Plus...

What's the matter? Dark matter! The most mysterious substance in the universe, so mysterious we're not even sure it exists. But if it DOES exist, it explains an awful lot... so new experiments are underway in some of the most unlikely places. Our massive feature reveals all! Plus...

Our September issue is out now, grab a copy from your local newsagent! It's all about heading back into space. We profile what could very well be the next Space Shuttle - and it doesn't even need a rocket. Plus...

 
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