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07/24/2024   Wired Science
The latest dominant Covid variants have stronger infectiousness than their predecessors and the ability to evade vaccine-induced antibodies.
07/24/2024   Wired Science
The next wave of obesity drugs could help people lose even more weight—and make some pharma companies a fortune.
07/23/2024   Wired Science
Don’t worry if you missed them in May—due to another geomagnetic storm, the northern lights might again be seen at lower latitudes across the US and Europe, from as early as Tuesday night.
07/23/2024   Wired Science
Activists believe that the vice president, who is already the leading voice for reproductive rights in the Biden administration, will champion their cause.
07/21/2024   Wired Science
With a new framework, researchers believe they could be close to explaining how regularities emerge on macro scales out of systems made up of uncountable constituent parts.
07/20/2024   Wired Science
In so many aspects of our culture, we view severe heat as something that should be willingly embraced, bravely endured, or blithely ignored.
07/20/2024   Wired Science
Small improvements to the roof, siding, windows, and vents of your house can make a big difference when threatened by the risk of flames.
07/19/2024   Wired Science
Doctors find themselves without critical systems and diagnostic tools—and face the daunting reality that a full recovery could take days—after CrowdStrike’s botched deployment of a software update.
07/18/2024   Wired Science
Missions to explore other worlds, like Mars or Saturn’s moon Titan, could disrupt or destroy extraterrestrial life in the process of seeking it.
07/18/2024   Wired Science
Analysis of lunar imagery has ended a longstanding debate over whether there are accessible underground areas on the Moon; an emptied lava tube in the Sea of Tranquility is of particular interest.
07/17/2024   Wired Science
Legislation in coming years will set up a publicly owned clean power company and leverage the Crown Estate for investment in green infrastructure.
07/17/2024   Wired Science
Once a sci-fi staple, the ability to beam solar power from space now seems closer than ever—but a lot of work remains.
07/17/2024   Wired Science
French politicians’ pledge to make swimming possible in the iconic river is a way to ward off criticism about the cost of the cleanup operation.
07/17/2024   Wired Science
New research finds out how one of the world’s most aggressive cancers is able to spread so quickly.
07/16/2024   Wired Science
UK regulators have issued the first approval for a company to use chicken cells grown in the lab as an ingredient in pet food.
07/16/2024   Wired Science
Roughly 10 percent of the world’s energy is used for cooling, with much of the necessary electricity generated by fossil fuels. Companies need to make AC much more efficient—as soon as possible.
07/15/2024   Wired Science
Improperly discarded batteries leak toxic chemicals and are prone to exploding. A new program funded by the Department of Energy will prop up battery drop-off sites across the US.
07/14/2024   Wired Science
Computer scientist Lance Fortnow writes that by embracing the computations that surround us, we can begin to understand and tame our seemingly random world.
07/13/2024   Wired Science
Damage from tropical storms like Beryl saddles islands with debt, which they have no hope of clearing before the next storm hits.
07/13/2024   Wired Science
Climate change presents a growing threat to the nation’s nearly 92,000 dams, many of which are more than 100 years old, as heavy rainfall, flooding, and other forms of extreme weather become more common and severe.

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