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Earth's most mysterious hums, ranked

Science Our planet makes a lot of sounds, and some of them are spooky. When all else is quiet, the Earth still hums.

What to buy the most boring people you know

Gift Guides Even dullards deserve some holiday cheer. Being dull doesn’t mean they shouldn’t get a gift they love…

New trials show cancer immunotherapy can be incredibly effective—and incredibly dangerous

Health CAR T continues to show promise for otherwise incurable cancers. Two studies out this week in the New England Journal of Medicine report high success rates for a new type of immunotherapy cancer treatment that genetically modifies…

Last week in tech: Elon Musk wants to shoot his car into space, sell more hats

Technology Catch up on all the latest tech stories while you impatiently wait for the new Star Wars movie Here's what happened in tech last week.

Scientists worry that shrinking national monuments will hurt their research

Environment Badass crocodile bones are at risk. Popular Science spoke to three scientists about their research—and their concerns about how cuts to Bear’s Ears and Grand Staircase will affect it.

We're scientists who turn hurricanes into music

Environment Can listening to storms help us understand them better? Since 2014, we have been working together to sonify the dynamics of tropical storms.

How to keep latkes crispy for eight days and nights

DIY Moisture is the enemy of fried potatoes. The fried-potato pancakes known as latkes are one of the tastiest December treats.

What to buy the most boring people you know

Gift Guides Even dullards deserve some holiday cheer Being dull doesn’t mean they shouldn’t get a gift they love…

We're missing out on a better way to make flu vaccines

Health It's going to be a rough flu season—and we have eggs to blame. It’s an early flu season, and it looks like it's going to be a tough one as well—and we have eggs to blame.

Presents only '90s kids will get

Gift Guides I like big gifts and I cannot lie. Here's what to get the token '90s child in your life this holiday season.

How to digitize your handwritten notes

DIY Make your scribbles searchable. Do you prefer pen and paper to typing? You can still digitize and preserve your handwritten notes and doodles on your smartphone or computer.

The U.S. health care industry could learn a lot from India's doctors

Nexus Media News They're delivering top-notch care while producing minimal waste. Doctors in India are cutting waste generated in cataracts surgery, one of the most commonly performed procedures in the world.

Libratone Q Adapt On-ear Headphone Review: this is what a 'made for Google' sticker gets you

Gadgets Solid, tweakable noise cancelling performance in headphones that are "made for Google." Libratone's on-the-ear headphones are get fast pairing and enhanced Google Assistant integration.

Good news: A microwaved egg can’t permanently damage your hearing

Science But it can totally explode in your face. A customer took a restaurant to court for burns and hearing damage after an egg exploded in their face, which is where scientists come in.

29 fail-safe present ideas for your office gift exchange

Gift Guides You're sure to please with these. The annual office gift exchange is here, and you have no clue what to buy.

This tiny bit of the brain helps you stop doing things

Health Figuring out how it works gives us clues into addictive behavior. A small part of the brain handles the contextual information when you decide to stop doing something.

Instant hot cocoa sucks, and it's starch's fault. Here's how to make your own.

DIY Screw off, Swiss Miss. Hot chocolate mix is fine in a pinch, but it has an unpleasant tendency to clump.

What you should know about birth control and breast cancer

Health A new study has mostly just confirmed what we already knew. Given that about a quarter of all women in the U.S.

Astronomers just discovered a supermassive black hole from the dawn of the universe

Space And it's much bigger than we expected. One of the brightest lights during that dawn had a dark and hungry hole at its heart.

Here’s how Apple can figure out which emojis are popular

Technology Welcome to the fascinating world of differential privacy. Emojis are simple and silly, but the way that Apple figures out which emojis are popular is anything but.