The August edition of Australian Popular Science is all about flying the unfriendly skies - with the world's first true robotic warplane. Should we be scared or secretly impressed? And where's the science in mixed martial arts? We find out.
Our Future of the Environment issue is here today, and it's environmentally friendly to the extreme. Traditional wisdom says buying magazines isn't a great thing to do in terms of environmentalism thanks to paper, but this issue is made out of 100 per cent recycled recycling. Ok, that may not be entirely true, but if you want to get up to speed on all the important environmental discussions and the best in green tech, this is a (tiny!) carbon footprint worth having.
Get your mad scientist on with our invention special, where we walk you through the best in technological innovation, from energy sources to aircraft, from biotech to gadgets, while also giving you the tips you need to make your own awesome inventions!
Take to the skies with our flight tech issue. Strap yourself in as we take you on a high-speed tour through the latest in jet planes, gyrocopters, rockets and unmanned flight technology.
Our medical technology issue will show you how new innovations in high-tech treatment will not just prolong your life, but help you enjoy more of it. Time to get that nagging cough fixed!
On Sale 29 February 2012
We've seen the future, and the future is fun. This is the issue where you get to unwind and have a good time with a surprising array of technologies that go far beyond the average videogame. Get ready to relax: