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Get in-depth science coverage at WIRED including news, the latest research and discoveries and how technology is shaping the world of science. A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com

    The Science Behind Crafting a Perfect Espresso

    The Science Behind Crafting a Perfect Espresso

    Forgive baristas.

    • 10分
    Could China's New Coronavirus Become a Global Epidemic?

    Could China's New Coronavirus Become a Global Epidemic?

    What began in mid-December as a mysterious cluster of respiratory illnesses has now killed at least six people, sickened hundreds more, and spread to five other countries, including the US. On Tuesday, American health officials confirmed the nation’s first case of the novel coronavirus: a Washington man hospitalized outside of Seattle last week with pneumonia-like symptoms.

    • 6分
    Pop Culture May Evolve at the Same Rate as Birds and Bugs

    Pop Culture May Evolve at the Same Rate as Birds and Bugs

    We like to think modern culture moves at a dizzying pace, fueled by a relentless parade of new works of music, literature, and technological design. Change in nature, by contrast, seems to follow a slower trajectory as genetic mutations over generations give animals bigger teeth, say, or a better camouflage. But maybe the opposite is true, and human culture doesn’t move so fast and we consumers are less eager to embrace change than we realize.

    • 5分
    Scientists Fight Back Against Toxic ‘Forever’ Chemicals

    Scientists Fight Back Against Toxic ‘Forever’ Chemicals

    On the day Susan Gordon learned Venetucci Farm, in Colorado, was contaminated by toxins, the vegetables looked just as good as ever, the grass as green, and the cattle, hogs, chickens, and goats as healthy. The beauty of the community farm she and her husband managed made the revelation all the more tragic. Chemicals known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, invisible and insidious, had tainted the groundwater beneath her feet.

    • 8分
    Meet Xenobot, an Eerie New Kind of Programmable Organism

    Meet Xenobot, an Eerie New Kind of Programmable Organism

    Under the watchful eye of a microscope, busy little blobs scoot around in a field of liquid—moving forward, turning around, sometimes spinning in circles. Drop cellular debris onto the plain and the blobs will herd them into piles. Flick any blob onto its back and it’ll lie there like a flipped-over turtle.

    • 5分
    A Feral Cat Infestation, Swarms of Snake Emoji, and More News

    A Feral Cat Infestation, Swarms of Snake Emoji, and More News

    Cats are in the rubble and snakes are causing trouble, but first: a cartoon about the internet frontier. Here's the news you need to know, in two minutes or less. Want to receive this two-minute roundup as an email every weekday? Sign up here! Today’s News Cats are making Australia's bushfire tragedy even worse Animals trying to escape Australia's fires now face a new adversary: cats.

    • 3分

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Divya1975

Great Linkage of Data to Issue

Awesome and insightful episode. Loved the narration!!

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