Beaver? Otter? Muskrat? A Field Guide to Freshwater Mammals

Beaver? Otter? Muskrat? A Field Guide to Freshwater Mammals

Conservation efforts have greatly benefited species like beavers and river otters, so you have a great chance of seeing these in many parts of the United States and Canada.

Can Pepe the Frog Ever Be Redeemed?

Can Pepe the Frog Ever Be Redeemed?

In this week’s episode of the Get WIRED podcast, senior editor Angela Watercutter talks to Jones and Angelini about the journey they went on with the creator of Pepe—and what the little green frog means now.

Wayfair Walkout, Facebook Data Value, and More News

Wayfair Walkout, Facebook Data Value, and More News

Wayfair Walkout, Facebook Data Value, and More News. Tech employees are taking a stand against migrant detention centers; a proposal asking tech companies to disclose the value of your data; and a live reading of the Mueller report.

Dinosaurs Get Their Close-Ups in These Stunning Photos

Dinosaurs Get Their Close-Ups in These Stunning Photos

A couple years ago, Voigt, best known for his sumptuous interior photography, was shooting inside London's Natural History Museum before visiting hours when a few of the dinosaur skeletons in the paleontology hall caught his eye.

The Peculiar Math That Could Underlie the Laws of Nature

The Peculiar Math That Could Underlie the Laws of Nature

The Peculiar Math That Could Underlie the Laws of Nature Cohl Furey, a mathematical physicist at the University of Cambridge, is finding links between the Standard Model of particle physics and the octonions, numbers whose multiplication rules are encoded in a triangular diagram called the Fano plane.

The Climate Apocalypse Is Now, and It’s Happening to You

The Climate Apocalypse Is Now, and It’s Happening to You

“Over the last 20 years of doing this, we’ve gotten better at thinking about the economic costs,” says John Furlow, a development and aid expert at Columbia University’s International Research Institute for Climate and Society and an author of NCA4.