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A new pair of studies reveals that the resource isn’t limited to large shadowy craters. That's good news for the upcoming crewed missions.

A startup called Memories lets you record videos to be sent posthumously—one of many companies seeking to give you more control over your ending.

On this week's Get WIRED podcast, writer Matt Simon talks about Spot the dog and SpaceX with Marc Raibert.

Online health care has become a part of pandemic life—and your remote appointments can be easier to navigate than you'd think.

The encyclopedia is determined to emerge from the insanity of a pandemic and a polarizing election with its information and reputation intact.

Researchers are hoping to use the opportunity to get a better handle on the language of Australia's endangered Burrunan dolphins.

We asked a master sculptor and puppeteer how to make a scary-good jack-o-lantern.

But wait—does that mean I'm addicted to the blocking software?

Mark Kelly isn’t the first former NASA astronaut to run for office, but if he’s elected he’ll be the only one to make it to Congress on his first shot.

A formula for assessing the gravity of kidney disease is one of many that is adjusted for race. The practice can exacerbate health disparities.

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Just 55 million wireless power receivers shipped worldwide last year, but that figure will more than double to 120 million units in 2015, according to IHS.

Facebook has announced a new project to connect the rest of the world to the Internet, using a fleet of drones that are solar-powered and use lasers to beam Internet access to those below.

AUSTIN, Texas — Sometime in the near future, drones may be wearable and may even become our buddies — at least if one futurist has any say in the matter.

A researcher at the defense company Boeing has filed a patent for a sci-fi-esque cloaking device that would protect soldiers from intense shock waves generated by explosions.

On Friday, Google and the pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson announced a partnership between Google’s life sciences division and Ethicon, a division of Johnson & Johnson that makes surgical products, to develop new robot-assisted surgery technologies.

High school students in Tennessee can see and manipulate ocean plankton under a superhigh-resolution microscope in Southern California, with a biologist in California serving as their tour guide.

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