Popular Science

September 25, 2017 - Comment

The ‘What’s New’” magazine of science and technology. Covering the latest developments in cars, electronics, communications, tools, energy, aviation, science, space exploration and much more.Popular Science magazine is one of the nation’s oldest and imost influential magazines on trends in the scientific world. It provides a way for you to stay updated on the newest

The ‘What’s New'” magazine of science and technology. Covering the latest developments in cars, electronics, communications, tools, energy, aviation, science, space exploration and much more.Popular Science magazine is one of the nation’s oldest and imost influential magazines on trends in the scientific world. It provides a way for you to stay updated on the newest technology, inventions, and theories that affect our world today. Popular Science magazine also has many practical and insightful news stories that every household can use.

The magazine features some of the newest and coolest technology making the rounds in the scientific world. Many of these gadgets are ones that your family would like to own or could use some day. Hear the lowdown on the technology as it is comes from the industry by picking up a copy of Popular Science.

The magazine also contains many odd stories with questions that you’ve thought about but never asked. Why are mouth guards flavored? How can you make bread last thirty days? These are the types of curious questions answered by scientific testing and research in Popular Science magazine.

In addition to news and oddities, the magazine also tackles practical projects of interest to every household. Popular Science magazine offers at-home science projects, tricks, and other DIY items. The magazine also details projects created by other readers, as well as cool designs and inventions by student groups, novice inventors, and even kids. Some of the projects are so outrageous that you won’t believe them until you try them.

Popular Science magazine offers a host of information, practical ideas, fun projects, and curious news that will interest readers of all ages. A subscription to Popular Science magazine is the first step to opening up the wide, weird, and fun world of science to your family.

Comments

FoothillsJim says:

Impossible to cancel, Renews WITHOUT the PROMISED Notice. On the phone now for over 30 minutes to cancel the subscription that auto-renewed with NO promised email notice.Still, on 3rd Amazon representative, unable to cancel the renewal after 30 minutes.And… the Subscription Manager does not handle cancellations, even though the description implies that it does.Last time I try and magazine though Amazon’s “service”.

Samantha Mackereth says:

Fun articles, too many ads I was really excited to get this, and bought it on a “lightening deal” so I bought it at a great price. But, there are so more ads than there use to be. I know that with the rise of online media, magazines need to use ads to stay competitive, but I feel like there are more ads than content.I do love the articles though. I am not a scientist, but have always loved science and technology. These articles are well written, with the information being accessible, but not “dumbed down”.

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