Desertification can wear down ancient ruins or hide them under dunes—leaving researchers scrambling to keep track of where they’re buried.
At RE:WIRED Green, technologists, hackers, and activists explained how green tech must be combined with bold policy and bring people together.
At this year’s RE:WIRED Green event, food scientists and environmental justice activists mapped out how we can end world hunger and preserve our planet.
During the first session of Re:WIRED GREEN, experts laid out their vision for maintaining hope in the face of unprecedented challenges to our planet.
How a Dutch fabric seller made the most powerful magnifying lens of his time—and of the next 150 years—and became the first person ever to see a microorganism.
The mission was designed to test whether a probe could knock a hazardous space rock away from a crash course with Earth.
Bad weather forced a third delay for the space agency’s SLS rocket plans—another setback for the uncrewed back-to-the-moon mission.
A cache of phytoplankton at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University is helping researchers reconstruct historical coastlines.
Worries about polio, monkeypox, and Covid-19 are rising. Here’s how to gather your health information, even if you’ve lost the paper records.