Atlas

climate change

Sea Level Rise Will Flood Key Internet Infrastructure Within 15 Years

NYC, Miami, and Seattle are among the metropolitan regions most vulnerable to internet infrastructure damage due to climate change.
Becky Ferreira
7.16.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Good News: This Terrifying Android Just Learned How to Run

A priceless skill for hunting humans to extinction.
River Donaghey
5.11.18
Atlas

This Might Be the Most Accurate Map of the World

The map won a coveted Japanese design award for its accuracy and design.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
11.4.16
Atlas

Is the Higgs Boson Acting Weird Again at the LHC?

A new signal excess is probably a statistical fluke, but, if not, we could again be talking about New Physics.
Michael Byrne
9.9.16
Features

Meet Brazil's MC Bin Laden, the "Crazy Ass Kid" Who Just Wants to Come to America

Is the viral star the "biggest villain of the century"—or just a 22-year-old from a poor neighborhood who did good in life?
João Paulo Vicente
7.21.16
videos

Why Do We Feel So Bad When Boston Dynamics' New Robot Falls Down?

I get knocked down, but I get up again.
Rachel Pick
2.24.16
short circuit

A Startup Can Now Fill Out Your Paperwork to Become a Startup

Because you have better things to do than fill out mounds of paperwork.
Nicholas Deleon
2.24.16
Atlas

Did the LHC Bag a Ginormous New Higgs Boson?

The dawn of a new particle physics golden era? Not quite yet, but still.
Michael Byrne
12.16.15
News

The 'Sharpest Picture Yet' of the Higgs Boson

Two experiments at the Large Hadron Collider combine forces to give new precision to the elusive particle's properties.
Victoria Turk
9.1.15
uk

A 28-Year-Old British Guy Is Growing New and Improved Quinoa

Quinoa is becoming as British as the Queen’s corgis, thanks to a 28-year-old dude with a PhD in plant pathology from the Univeristy of Nottingham and a passion for the nutty grain.
Alex Swerdloff
8.31.15
videos

If a Bipedal Humanoid Robot Falls in a Forest ...

... does it get back up and keep chasing you?
Michael Byrne
8.16.15
robots

Watch This Robot Learn to Limp Like a Wounded Animal

Scientists simulated a robot's childhood so it could keep moving after being injured.
Jordan Pearson
5.27.15
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