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06/12/2021   Wired Science
An effort to bring wild buffalo to the Great Plains aims to restore one of the world’s most endangered landscapes and increase climate resilience.
06/11/2021   Wired Science
Researchers have found evidence in humans that individual neurons time their firing to a deeper beat. But there’s a mystery: What does it mean?
06/10/2021   Wired Science
Today's commercial spacecraft have a safety advantage, thanks to simpler designs and suborbital missions. But with rockets, nothing is certain.
06/10/2021   Wired Science
A major new report calls on humanity to tackle the biodiversity and climate crises simultaneously. Here's what that might look like.
06/09/2021   Wired Science
Each copter doesn’t just track where the others are. It constantly predicts where they’ll go.
06/08/2021   Wired Science
New neuroscience-based technologies aim to improve decisionmaking under pressure. But solving systemic problems will take a lot more than that.
06/08/2021   Wired Science
The clothing supply chain releases some 265 million pounds of microfibers that wash into the environment each year.
06/07/2021   Wired Science
Making the tiny nanoparticles used in everything from electronics to paint isn't easy. But a new experiment creates order out of chaos.
06/06/2021   Wired Science
Scientists have begun to decipher the seismic signals that reveal how explosive a volcanic eruption is going to be.
06/05/2021   Wired Science
Dry conditions are worsening a warm-water disease that’s sweeping through juvenile fish. Their deaths will create a future crisis for both fish and human populations.
06/04/2021   Wired Science
Catch up on the most important updates from this week.
06/04/2021   Wired Science
OK, so you might need a couple other supplies, but your best option is to do what MacGyver would do: Turn it into a scale.
06/03/2021   Wired Science
Aristolochia microstoma finds love by smelling like death. Coffin flies can’t resist.
06/03/2021   Wired Science
Ooh, the behavioral economists are going to be so smug about this.
06/02/2021   Wired Science
Disease surveillance schemes to catch the next rising virus already exist—they’re just not communicating with each other.
06/01/2021   Wired Science
Restaurants are struggling to hire people, so one Jersey Shore grill employed a machine. It confirms that humans remain indispensable.
05/31/2021   Wired Science
Like a giant bucket with a hole, the Funil Hydropower Plant sprays out an enormous jet of water. We can use its speed to calculate the depth of the reservoir.
05/30/2021   Wired Science
Some of nature’s simplest animals suggest that sleep evolved long before centralized nervous systems.
05/29/2021   Wired Science
The discovery of exotic arachnids reveals as much about the structure of science as it does about the creatures.
05/28/2021   Wired Science
Scientists almost never say they’re sure, and it could take years to pin down the pandemic's origins. Until then: People are trying to scare you.

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