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|Archived Since:||April 5, 2008|
Opinion: Prevention is the best cure, even for rare genetic diseases.
Researchers of the gene editing technique observed mutation rates 10 times higher previously reported. But that means different things to scientists and doctors.
This isn't a video game. It's a classroom.
I found a moon globe made in 1960. The back side is blank, because that's how science works.
Planet-changing carbon emissions have become a chronic condition.
No other private company has ever sent the same cargo capsule into space twice.
LIGO physicists just announced that they observed a gravitational wave for the third time, ever. Here's what it says about our universe.
The Internet of Animals has arrived.
Bad deal or not, the Paris climate agreement is already reshaping the world's economy.
Traffic and air pollution threaten the town of Moreno Valley, where developers want to build the largest warehouse project anywhere in the country.
This epic scene from Rogue One provides an awesome opportunity to do some physics.
Eruptions' run at WIRED ends, but the blog lives on.
Obsessive distiller Bryan Davis invented a contraption for aging booze—fast. His goal: to create highly engineered spirits unlike any you've tasted before.
The only way to know the risk of Powassan virus is to collect more data. But that's not as easy as it sounds.
Opinion: H-1B visas are vital to US scientific advancement.
To assess the ocean’s health, ecology’s “rugged individualists” learned to get with the big data program.
Supercritical carbon dioxide is super hot, super dense, and super good at turning heat into electricity.
Jupiter's atmosphere defies all scientific expectations.
Rocket Lab's Electron is set to become the first launcher made for, and for sale to, small satellite startups.
Tuesday's contingency spacewalk could signal the beginning of more frequent repairs on the aging space station