Using science and lots of focus groups, the company convinced the FDA that people can understand genetic testing results. The post How 23andMe Won Back the Right to Foretell Your Diseases appeared first on WIRED.
The Big Bang produced equal amounts of matter and antimatter. But our universe is mostly matter. What happened to the antimatter? The post The Search for the Universe’s Missing Antimatter Remains Annoyingly Nebulous appeared first on WIRED.
Coastal cities worldwide are pumping more than $280 billion a year into an Adaptation Economy, an amount increasing by more than 4 percent annually. The post Coastal Inundation Reveals the Upside of Climate Change appeared first on WIRED.
Using images of 6,000 stem cells, scientists have created the first-ever deep learning model to predict how cells are organized. The post Massive 3-D Cell Library Teaches Computers How to Find Mitochondria appeared first on WIRED.
Imagine using your $50 deskjet printer to print out digital memory instead of thank-you cards. The post You Could Soon Print Out Simple Electronics With Your Deskjet appeared first on WIRED.
Last week, the New York Attorney General’s office settled lawsuits forcing three app developers to stop promising health-tech miracles. The post Wellness Apps Evade the FDA, Only to Land In Court appeared first on WIRED.
In Facebook groups sharing posts focusing on language learning, early English students are turning to Trump-speak to learn basic vocabulary and concepts. The post Trump’s Speeches Are Helping People Learn English. Really appeared first on WIRED.
Nearly three decades after losing her sight, Pat discovers a new way to see. The post Meet the Woman Who Can See With Her Ears appeared first on WIRED.
You can’t save data on a quantum computer. So a commercial one will need to use vintage tech—ultra dense hard drives, maybe made of DNA or single atoms. The post What if Quantum Computers Used Hard Drives Made of DNA? appeared first on WIRED.
A national program sells flood insurance to millions of Americans—using flood projections that are sometimes decades out of date. The post The Great Lie of American Flood Risk appeared first on WIRED.