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Changes in climate means there are fewer flowers. How will bees adapt? The post Bee Tongues and Flowers Reveal Evolution in Overdrive appeared first on WIRED.
This Sunday's harvest-supermoon-mega lunar eclipse will be something special. The post When and Where to Watch This Weekend’s Total Lunar Eclipse appeared first on WIRED.
At last! J. Kenji Lopez-Alt's recipe book finds the right mix of taste and science. The post The Ultimate Book for Science Nerds Who Cook appeared first on WIRED.
Martin Shkreli gave a lot of reasons for raising his drug's price. Is he a rogue actor of pharmaceutical pricing, or did he just take things further than most other companies? The post How Prescription Drugs Get So Wildly Expensive appeared first on WIRED.
Very few science fiction stories have perfect science in them. Although they have some problems, the stories can still be used to explain cool science. The post The Science in The Martian Isn’t Perfect, But That’s OK appeared first on WIRED.
Reports of problems in women who use Essure, a form of permanent birth control, are skyrocketing thanks to a group on Facebook. The post How a Facebook Group Got the FDA to Reconsider a Type of Birth Control appeared first on WIRED.
For the first time in 5 years, the alert status has been raised at Hawaii's Mauna Loa. The post Volcanologists Raise the Alert at Hawaii’s Mauna Loa appeared first on WIRED.
The government will now have to set a price on engine emission sneakiness. The post VW Is Going to Pay for Its Smog Scandal. But How Much? appeared first on WIRED.
The mantis shrimp is a strange creature, that much is clear, but things get truly bizarre with its ritualistic duels. The post Feisty Mantis Shrimp Go Mike Tyson on Each Other for Houses appeared first on WIRED.
Pathogens love humans---and their cats. The post Stunning Map Shows Pathogens Hopping Between Species appeared first on WIRED.
Drilling wells for geothermal energy can be like playing golf with a blindfold. DNA tracers make it more likely to sink a putt. The post Balls of DNA Could Fix Geothermal Energy’s Biggest Problem appeared first on WIRED.
The chemistry of the diesel engine is what gave away Volkswagen's emissions cheating. The post VW Could Fool the EPA, But It Couldn’t Trick Chemistry appeared first on WIRED.
Everywhere you go, everything you do, you are surrounded by an aura of microbes. The post Your Body Is Surrounded by Clouds of Skin and Fart Bacteria appeared first on WIRED.
WIRED had a chat with Martin Blaser, NYU doctor and chair of the White House's new push to save ourselves from overusing antibiotics. The post The US Is Finally Taking Action on Antibiotic Resistance appeared first on WIRED.
Apple's iOS 9 features a 'Low Power' mode. How much power does it save, and what does it mean for my battery? I test my iPhone 6 to find out. The post How Much Longer Does My iPhone Last in Low-Power Mode? appeared first on WIRED.
Is this technology really the best fit for patients who are mentally ill? The post Why Pharma Wants to Put Sensors in This Blockbuster Drug appeared first on WIRED.
Space photos of the week, September 13–19. The post Space Photos of the Week: Pluto’s Stunning Icy Mountains appeared first on WIRED.
In the drive to safeguard data from future quantum computers, cryptographers have stumbled upon a thin red line between security and efficiency. The post The Tricky Encryption That Could Stump Quantum Computers appeared first on WIR...
New Horizons is sending back tens of gigabits of data collected during the Pluto flyby, including increasingly kick-ass photos of the icy rock. The post Watch: Pluto’s Sunset as Seen by New Horizons appeared first on WIRED.
If I pull forward on a bike at the bottom of the front wheel, which way will it move? Can you use physics to justify your answer? The post The Surprising Physics of Pulling a Bike With a Rubber Band appeared first on WIRED.