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Archived Since:April 5, 2008

Blog Post Archive

The Physics of How That Star Wars BB-8 Toy Works

Sphero has a toy version of the BB-8 droid from Star Wars VII. How does it work? Magnets? The post The Physics of How That Star Wars BB-8 Toy Works appeared first on WIRED.

Where to Find Out What’s Inside Anything

What goes into the dozens of products you use every day? Here are the places that can tell you. The post Where to Find Out What’s Inside Anything appeared first on WIRED.

Absurd Creature of the Week: The Curious Case of the Elusive, Slimy Nautilus

It's called the crusty nautilus. Not because it’s brittle or irritable or anything, it’s just encrusted with a layer of slime. The post Absurd Creature of the Week: The Curious Case of the Elusive, Slimy Nautilus appeared first on WIRED.

Medical Testing Is So Hot Right Now. This Startup Wants In

Silicon Valley is adapting to a new class of medical startups. The story of how Cofactor Genomics is adapting right back. The post Medical Testing Is So Hot Right Now. This Startup Wants In appeared first on WIRED.

Mutant Plants Suck Toxic TNT (Yes, That TNT) Out of Soil

A newly found gene is the key to breeding plants that can get harmful TNT contamination out of the ground. The post Mutant Plants Suck Toxic TNT (Yes, That TNT) Out of Soil appeared first on WIRED.

SETI’s Top Astrobiologist Has a Plan to Find Life on Mars

Nathalie Cabrol just took the reins of the Carl Sagan Center at the extraterrestrial search organization. And she has some big ideas about where it's going. The post SETI’s Top Astrobiologist Has a Plan to Find Life on Mars appeared first on WIRED.

A Menagerie of Viruses Lurks in Microbial DNA

Bacteria prey on humans, but the bugs have to beware of their own predators, too: a special class of viruses called phages. The post A Menagerie of Viruses Lurks in Microbial DNA appeared first on WIRED.

Why Are Cases of Shoulder Injuries From Vaccines Increasing?

While still rare and little-known, shoulder injury cases settled in the government’s so-called “vaccine injury court” have shot up in recent years. The post Why Are Cases of Shoulder Injuries From Vaccines Increasing? appeared first on WIRED.

Just How Far Can a Motorcycle Lean in a Turn?

In MotoGP races, you will often see motorcycles in a turn with extreme lean angles. Can we calculate the lean angle based on turning acceleration and coefficient of friction? Yes. The post Just How Far Can a Motorcycle Lean in a Turn? appeared first on WIRED.

Hand-Drawn Map Captures the Frenetic Energy of London

An intricate, hand-drawn map of London marks the artist's personal memories and associations onto the city's landmarks. The post Hand-Drawn Map Captures the Frenetic Energy of London appeared first on WIRED.

Royal Jelly Isn’t What Makes a Queen Bee a Queen Bee

Everything we thought we knew about royal jelly is backward. The post Royal Jelly Isn’t What Makes a Queen Bee a Queen Bee appeared first on WIRED.

The FDA May Add a Life-Saving Vitamin to Tortillas

The US has a long history of adding vitamins to food. But some people get left out. The post The FDA May Add a Life-Saving Vitamin to Tortillas appeared first on WIRED.

Watch the Next Three Astronauts Launch to the ISS

NASA will stream the launch live starting at 11:45 PM east coast time. The post Watch the Next Three Astronauts Launch to the ISS appeared first on WIRED.

Temple Grandin on How Oliver Sacks Changed Her Life

Oliver Sacks inspired and motivated a generation of neurologists, neuroscientists, and psychologists. Here are some of their reflections on the man. The post Temple Grandin on How Oliver Sacks Changed Her Life appeared first on WIRE...

Daniel Levitin on Oliver Sacks and the John Lennon Suite

Oliver Sacks inspired and motivated a generation of neurologists, neuroscientists, and psychologists. Here are some of their reflections on the man. The post Daniel Levitin on Oliver Sacks and the John Lennon Suite appeared first on WIRED.

Humans Made Chickens Look Ridiculous. Really Ridiculous

Out today is Poultry Suite, a stunning photo book that catalogs some seriously impressive chicken breeds. The post Humans Made Chickens Look Ridiculous. Really Ridiculous appeared first on WIRED.

Volcanic Rumbles Mean Magma Might Be Seeping Under Naples

If you wanted to pick the most volcanically hazardous place to live on Earth today, it would be hard to beat Naples, Italy. The post Volcanic Rumbles Mean Magma Might Be Seeping Under Naples appeared first on WIRED.

Climate Change Means One World’s Death and Another’s Birth

Climate change will kill off plenty of species...leaving room for new ones to adapt and thrive. The post Climate Change Means One World’s Death and Another’s Birth appeared first on WIRED.

The Fully Immersive Mind of Oliver Sacks

He transformed modern medicine's understanding of the brain. And he rethought neurology---and his memory---from the inside out. The post The Fully Immersive Mind of Oliver Sacks appeared first on WIRED.

New Map Plots North America’s Bounty of Rivers

More of North America’s land is covered by rivers than we thought, according to a new map. The post New Map Plots North America’s Bounty of Rivers appeared first on WIRED.

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