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Tuesday March 27, 2018. 12:00 PM
The caplike segments at the ends of your chromosomes are a sort of aging biomarker. Long, you've got a while. Short, don't buy any green bananas. But what do we do with that information?
The Life Issue: From miracle babies to swipe-happy seniors, how we're born, how we live, how we die—it's all going to change.
While the strategy carries risks, if it pans out, you could soon see more kids in their own Netflix series or on smartphone apps—or wherever kids are.
Modified instruments have led to fewer preterm deliveries and C-sections for mothers, and these surgeries have helped improve survival rates for infants.
From allergies to Alzheimer's, here are some big ones science and tech are helping to solve.
To stave off what's called 'anticipated gamete exhaustion,' would-be moms could freeze their ovarian tissue and have it re-implanted it later.
We all get old, and at some point, everyone's going to need an app that embiggens that doggone tiny mouse type.
Monday March 26, 2018. 06:17 PM
We've assembled seven astronauts to prove just how smart and cool they are by answering the top 50 Googled questions about space.
Thomas Hildebrandt has been collecting samples from the white rhinoceros with colleagues for about 15 years.
The Federal Trade Commission's probe comes on the heels of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, in which 50 million Americans' Facebook data was reportedly improperly retained by the data firm.
WIRED columnist Antonio Garcia Martinez on how the blockchain can help us tell the difference between real videos and fake ones.
Which wireless carrier has the best unlimited data service (and price)?
The writer-director has seen all the frustrated fan reactions to his film—and he's cool with it.
Darren Aronofsky and a team of nature-doc specialists turn Earth into a miracle experienced from afar.
Architect Jonathan Marvel is building solar arrays to serve community centers, and soon, he hopes, communities.
'We are going to have to be appreciative of what we get.”
Administrators face tough restrictions from Apple and often don't share data, leaving them in the dark when they go to buy computers and software.
Sunday March 25, 2018. 07:13 PM
A look through the lens of a young Atlanta-area photographer who took part in yesterday's demonstration.
Money, speed, and prestige are the hallmarks of auto racing. Take all that away, and you get Norwegian bilcross.
Increase your total baggage awareness with some technologically enhanced luggage.
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