8 Physics and Math Books to Read for Pi Day
Cut yourself a piece of pie and cozy up with one of these engrossing reads.
"I wrote what I wanted to read, which was sensible, intelligent girl swordfighters."
Science fiction owes a debt to a dude born when many people still thought the Earth was the center of the Universe: William Shakespeare.
But no, it's not "The Winds of Winter."
Who's scruffy looking?
Thankfully, John Boyega is here to save the day.
On January 27, 1967, a fire broke out during a launch simulation of the Apollo 1 aircraft, killing the men inside and changing NASA forever.
Nolite te bastardes carborundorum.
From a team of Studio Ghibli alumnae comes a spellbinding new feature.
Ray Bradbury's dystopian classic is brought to life in this powerful peek at the upcoming film.
From the award-winning author of "The Forever War" comes a sci-fi mystery set in a world where death is optional—as long as you can pay.
One list to rule them all.
Dan Simmons' story of Arctic carnage is finally getting the series it deserves.
Will extinction, uh, find a way?