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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.
The achingly adorable jerboas frantically hop around like kangaroos on amphetamines. The post Absurd Creature of the Week: This Tiny Adorable Critter Is Half Kangaroo, Half Velociraptor appeared first on WIRED.
Every time a new advance in metamaterials cloaking comes along, you read about how science is creating Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak. It’s not. The post This Cloaking Device Is Less Harry Potter, More Predator appeared first on WIRED.
Chile's massive Thursday earthquake was the largest in the world for 2015, but so far death and destruction have been limited. The post 10 Dead, Millions Evacuated After Massive Chile Earthquake appeared first on WIRED.
Getting up close and personal with Pluto's atmosphere and exotic ices. The post New Photos of Pluto’s Haze, Backlit and In Glorious Detail appeared first on WIRED.
A new global report uses private lab data to fill in the gaps on antibiotic resistance. The post Where Antibiotic Resistance Is Worst Around the World appeared first on WIRED.
New software from Mapbox could make it easier to turn geodata into useful apps and maps. The post This Software Could Change How the Maps in Your Apps Get Made appeared first on WIRED.
A tide gauge less than 100 miles from the quake's epicenter has logged wave heights in excess of 14 feet. The post The Chile Earthquake’s First Tsunami Waves Strike appeared first on WIRED.
It's not clear what tune they're humming, but it's important in social structure. The post What Does the Giraffe Say? Scientists Find the Answer appeared first on WIRED.
An 8.3 moment magnitude quake struck northwest of Santiago. The post A Massive Quake Just Struck Off the Coast of Chile appeared first on WIRED.
The oil and gas giant took climate change seriously. The post Exxon’s Own Scientists Confirmed Climate Change—In the 70s appeared first on WIRED.
When a volcano becomes restless, the language we use to describe that unrest is different. Can we all speak the same language? The post How Can You Tell if a Volcano Is Restless? It’s Complicated appeared first on WIRED.
Tens of thousands of acres in California are burning, releasing clouds of smoke that affect people across the state. The post California’s Fire Problem Is Turning Into a Smoke Problem appeared first on WIRED.
It'll take a year for New Horizons to send back all the information it gathered on Pluto when it flew by the dwarf planet in July. The post Watch: New Horizons Begins to Send Back All Its Pluto Pics appeared first on WIRED.