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Archived Since:April 5, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Inside Nike’s Quest for the Impossible: a Two-Hour Marathon

The first in a series of stories behind the scenes of the shoe company's plan to beat a long-unbreakable record. The post Inside Nike’s Quest for the Impossible: a Two-Hour Marathon appeared first on WIRED.

Standing Rock Is Safe, But DAPL Still Needs to Cross a River

The pipeline has to cross water at some point, and wherever it does, it is likely going to put another community's water at risk. The post Standing Rock Is Safe, But DAPL Still Needs to Cross a River appeared first on WIRED.

With 21st Century Cures Act, the Future of Regenerative Medicine Is “Inject and See”

How the 21st Century Cures Act is set to shape patients' access to cellular therapies, for better and for worse. The post With 21st Century Cures Act, the Future of Regenerative Medicine Is "Inject and See" appeared first on WIRED.

Hollywood Lends Some of its Shine to Science at the 2017 Breakthrough Prizes

$25 million in prizes for advances is life science, fundamental physics, and mathematics were awarded December 5 in Silicon Valley. The post Hollywood Lends Some of its Shine to Science at the 2017 Breakthrough Prizes appeared first on WIRED.

These Tiny Cyborg Stingrays Are Made Out of Rat Parts

It's a light-guided, tissue-engineered stingray made out of a rat's heart cells, a breast implant, and a little gold. The post These Tiny Cyborg Stingrays Are Made Out of Rat Parts appeared first on WIRED.

Space Photos of the Week: Mosey on Down to the Star Bar

Space photos of the week, November 28 — December 2, 2016. The post Space Photos of the Week: Mosey on Down to the Star Bar appeared first on WIRED.

A Warming Earth Is Making It Harder to Study Mars

Antarctic researchers test their ideas about how humans could live on Mars. But these windows into life on the red planet could be closing. The post A Warming Earth Is Making It Harder to Study Mars appeared first on WIRED.

Dozens of Earthquakes Rattle a Chilean Volcano, Raising Alerts

Chilean officials raised the alert status around Cerro Hudson after earthquakes near the same source of the 2011 eruption. The post Dozens of Earthquakes Rattle a Chilean Volcano, Raising Alerts appeared first on WIRED.

Why Did Donald Trump Get Elected? Ask the Bees

Opinion: The way bees choose their nests offers important lessons about how humans elect presidents. The post Why Did Donald Trump Get Elected? Ask the Bees appeared first on WIRED.

The Fail-Safe Science of Delicious Crispy Chicken

A little extra effort for a whole lot of pay-off. The post The Fail-Safe Science of Delicious Crispy Chicken appeared first on WIRED.

New Zealand, the Kardashians, and the Battle to Control Manuka Honey

Chemists aren't convinced there's any meaningful difference between Man?ka honey from New Zealand and Australia. But the Kiwis beg to differ. The post New Zealand, the Kardashians, and the Battle to Control Manuka Honey appeared first on WIRED.

The Neuroscientist Who’s Building a Better Memory for Humans

Ted Berger's implant electrically stimulates the brain to form memories—at least in rats and monkeys. And now, he's testing one that could work in humans. The post The Neuroscientist Who's Building a Better Memory for Humans appeared first on WIRED.

Magnets Aren’t Miracles, But Solar Flares Burst With Magic

A new paper shows how large magnetic fields burst to release massive amounts of energy. The post Magnets Aren't Miracles, But Solar Flares Burst With Magic appeared first on WIRED.

Trump Picks Obamacare Critic Tom Price for Next Health Czar

Pending Senate confirmation, Tom Price will play a central role in the new administration's plans to dismantle the Affordable Care Act. The post Trump Picks Obamacare Critic Tom Price for Next Health Czar appeared first on WIRED.

Artificial Intelligence Could Dig Up Cures Buried Online

Artificial intelligence could be a solution to science overload: machine learning assistants to read incoming papers, distill their information, and highlight relevant findings. The post Artificial Intelligence Could Dig Up Cures Buried Online appeared first on WIRED.

Drop Into an Enchanting Desert Canyon (But Do Mind the Floods)

For its new series Planet Earth II, the BBC paid a visit to a canyon in Arizona. Oh, and they brought along a 360-degree camera. The post Drop Into an Enchanting Desert Canyon (But Do Mind the Floods) appeared first on WIRED.

The Arapaima Is Pretty Much a Tank With Scales and Eyeballs

This massive fish grows to 10 feet long and is covered with armored scales, making it an apex predator of incredible proportions. The post The Arapaima Is Pretty Much a Tank With Scales and Eyeballs appeared first on WIRED.

Blood Diseases Could Show Crispr’s Potential as Therapy

The jury's still out on whether Crispr will be as transformative as a medical therapy as it has been as lab tool, but inherited blood diseases are a good test. The post Blood Diseases Could Show Crispr's Potential as Therapy appeared first on WIRED.

Master the Chemistry of Juicy, Tender Salmon

Because overcooked fish tastes like salty plywood. The post Master the Chemistry of Juicy, Tender Salmon appeared first on WIRED.

Immerse Yourself in the Jungle With a Wild 360-Degree Video

As a companion to the new Planet Earth II series, the BBC is releasing incredible 360-degree videos that immerse you in ecological action. The post Immerse Yourself in the Jungle With a Wild 360-Degree Video appeared first on WIRED.

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