25 January 2017 / Popular Mechanics

Popular Mechanics in February

The FEDOR anthropomorphic robot system has the potential to launch a whole dynasty of robots that will master a number of dangerous and difficult jobs. Learn more about its prototype in the February issue of Popular Mechanics.

The article Fresh Blood in the science section looks at the mysterious ability of bright red blood to slow aging, while in the Technology section, the article Painted Navy explains how ships for the computer game World of Warships take shape.

In the weapons column, editors test prototypes of multi-service virtual reality simulators in Playing at War. In the Adrenaline section, Ride the Berg examines how wakeboarding on ice and in winter waters are gradually gaining in popularity. Also, one of the worlds most famous aircraft manufacturers offers a simple diagram for a paper airplane.

Also in this issue:
Civilization Under the Ice: an introduction to the history of European oceanic astronomy;
Dreaming the Impossible: scientific fervor over an innovative engine made from a copper bucket;
Waiting for Eternity: how bacteria survive in permafrost;
Frozen: the refined art of extreme photography;
Wonder Packaging: the fantastic folding of DNA;
Autopilot: how fanciful unmanned electric vehicles guided by artificial intelligence are replacing ordinary city automobiles.

The magazine went on sale January 24. Download the digital edition from the App Store or Google Play.

Maria Belmesova – Popular Mechanics marketing director
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See also
Popular Mechanics in May
Popular Mechanics in May
Cover story Russias nuclear sword.
Popular Mechanics in April
Popular Mechanics in April
Cover story: aviation of the future.
Popular Mechanics in March
Popular Mechanics in March
Cover story giant walking anti-robots.
Popular Mechanics in February
Popular Mechanics in February
Cover story An engine for a spacecraft.

   
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