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In The Martian astronauts use a spinning spacecraft to create artificial gravity. How does this compare to other spacecraft? The post How That Spinning Spacecraft From The Martian Would Work appeared first on WIRED.
Why can’t we just artificially inseminate all the endangered animals? Game over, extinction … right? The post Why Frozen Sperm Can’t Save Earth’s Imperiled Species—Yet appeared first on WIRED.
A microscope attachment for your smart phone gets field tested by bug scientists in the Amazon. The post An Amazonian Field Test For a Smartphone Microscope appeared first on WIRED.
For the second time in two months, Piton de la Fournaise is erupting. The post Volcano Erupts on the Island Where MH370 Debris Washed Up appeared first on WIRED.
Two new studies bring us closer to a flu vaccine that works every year. The post Scientists Get One Step Closer to a Universal Flu Vaccine appeared first on WIRED.
A roundup of some of the super-elaborate—and super-expensive—detectors physicists use to study neutrinos. The post The Huge, Pricey Detectors That Capture Tiny Neutrinos appeared first on WIRED.
For more than 50 years, the mathematician Neil Sloane has curated the authoritative collection of interesting and important integer sequences. The post Meet the Guy Who Sorts All the World’s Numbers in His Attic appeared first on WI...
Space photos of the week, August 15–22. The post Space Photos of the Week: Curiosity’s Got a Selfie Stick appeared first on WIRED.
Redirected walking can trick people into believing they’re exploring huge areas when they’ve been walking in circles in a room. The post You Can’t Walk in a Straight Line—And That’s Great for VR appeared first on WIRED.
The weirdest science journals can be an awesome source of entertainment (and knowledge). The post The Coolest Obscure Science You Don’t Know About Yet appeared first on WIRED.
How is Burning Man going to deal with this year's insect boom? Hopefully with vacuums and not insecticides. The post Here’s How Burners Can Prepare for the Bugpocalypse appeared first on WIRED.
You know those fish that cling to sharks? It's all possible thanks to a suction cup they wear as a hat. The post Absurd Creature of the Week: The Fish That Wears a Suction Cup as a Hat appeared first on WIRED.
If you want to help the struggling recycling industry, you should stop throwing away plastic bags. The post Listen Up America: You Need to Learn How to Recycle. Again. appeared first on WIRED.
Since May, over 30 whales have washed ashore in the Gulf of Alaska The post Dozens of Dead Whales Are Washing Ashore in Alaska appeared first on WIRED.
Without rain, California's farmers have been forced to suck water from the ground. But they've pulled so much that parts of the state are sinking at incredible rates. The post California’s Ag Land Is Sinking Hella Fast appeared first on WIRED.
A group at Ohio State University says they've made the most complete replica of a 5-week-old human brain from stem cells. You shouldn't know about it yet. The post That Human Brain in a Dish? Not Ready for Prime Time appeared first on WIRED.
Fans are a great way to cool you off on a hot day, but they don't cool everything off. The post Why Fans Don’t Always Make Things Cooler appeared first on WIRED.
WIRED spoke to Steve Silberman about how the modern world came to recognize autistic people. The post How Autistic People Helped Shape the Modern World appeared first on WIRED.
Bad news: Norovirus probably spreads through aerosolized vomit. The post A Vomiting Machine Shows How Viruses Spread in Puke appeared first on WIRED.
NASA's Science Visualization Studio used two modeling methods to show how oceanic garbage patches form. The post This Video Shows How Garbage Patches Form in the Ocean appeared first on WIRED.