wired.com Apr. 11, 2019
Are Humans Fit For Space? A ‘Herculean’ Twins Study Says Maybe Not
Scientists around the world compared the genomes and health changes of twin astronauts. Scott Kelly (left) flew in the International Space Station for a year while Mark Kelly stayed on Earth.
wired.com Mar. 29, 2019
Al Gore Did Not Invent The Green New Deal, But He Likes It
The former vice president believes we can only address the climate crisis if we fix the crisis in democracy too.
wired.com Dec. 6, 2018
The Promise—And Heartbreak—Of Cancer Genomics
We live in a liminal age of cancer and precision medicine: Despite all the advances science has made, we still know very little and often can do less.
inc.com Nov. 8, 2018
Zuckerberg, Benioff And The Real Problem With Extreme Job Security
In Command Shift: The CEOs of Facebook and Salesforce demonstrate the perils--and potential--of unaccountability.
wired.com Nov. 6, 2018
To Curb Fake News And Hate, We Need A Little Less Speech
Speech on the internet must flow a little less freely if we care about harm or truth.
wired.com Oct. 10, 2018
Three Commandments For Reasonable Technology Optimism
Technology can be a powerful force for good, but its impacts are unpredictable. On the 25th anniversary of WIRED, technologists should temper their enthusiasm with proper caution.