Old Drugs Could Reveal a New Way to Attack the Coronavirus

Old Drugs Could Reveal a New Way to Attack the Coronavirus

In an initial study, published in April in the journal Nature, Krogan’s team examined the interactions between proteins in the virus and human cells, then looked for drugs that would interfere.

The Iowa Caucus Meltdown, a Coronavirus Mask Shortage, and More News

The Iowa Caucus Meltdown, a Coronavirus Mask Shortage, and More News

As millions of Chinese remain in lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus, a new global problem has arisen: a shortage of surgical masks.And that isn't just a problem for China: The US gets 95 percent of its surgical masks from overseas, and China is the world's largest supplier.

Meet the Mysterious Freshwater Eels of New Zealand

Meet the Mysterious Freshwater Eels of New Zealand

Many of New Zealand’s rivers are built up with hydropower dams, and Jellyman says that it’s common for young eels to find themselves trapped below these structures, much like salmon.

The Deeper Education Issue Under the College Bribery Scandal

The Deeper Education Issue Under the College Bribery Scandal

The 2018 Korn Ferry research forecasts that by 2030 the global technology, media, and telecommunications labor-skills shortage will reach 4.3 million positions and an unrealized output of nearly $450 billion.

Forget the iPhone Shortfall. Apple's All About Services Now

Forget the iPhone Shortfall. Apple's All About Services Now

One Goldman Sachs tech analyst not only slashed Apple’s share price target, but also compared the company’s challenges to those of Nokia in 2007, when that company dominated the global cell phone market and was hit by a sudden shift in how often people upgraded their phones.

The Best Comics of 2018—From Sabrina to Crowded

The Best Comics of 2018—From Sabrina to Crowded

Read all of WIRED’s year-end coverageImmortal Hulk (Marvel)It's taken more than half a century, but Al Ewing, Joe Bennett, and a handful of guest artists have finally taken the Marvel antihero back to his horror roots, and the result is easily the most compelling comic book that the company has released in a long time.

How to Use Siri to Automate Every Step of Your Daily Grind

How to Use Siri to Automate Every Step of Your Daily Grind

If you order the same coffee every day from the Philz Coffee app, Siri will suggest turning that routine into a simple, one-tap shortcut.No Shortcut to SuccessKeep in mind that some apps’ functions are more integrated with Shortcuts’ API than others.