We’ve seen ripples in spacetime only when the universe’s biggest events occur. Now there might be a way to spot them ahead of time. Source: How frozen atoms could help us learn more from gravitational waves
Your space questions, answered. Source: Is there anything we can do to tackle space debris?
For centuries, scientists have pondered the “tears” that form in wine glasses. Now they think they know how it happens. Source: Ever wondered why your wine is weeping? Blame shock waves.
Activists on the ground and digital sleuths have spent years documenting chemical attacks and barrel bombs. Now they’re facing a brutal truth. Source: Technology exposed Syrian war crimes over and over. Was it for nothing?
Source: Mark Zuckerberg has defended Facebook’s decision to let politicians lie in ads
Turns out there’s more to the hit game than just being an annoying goose. Source: The secret to why Untitled Goose Game is such a hit is… you
New tools, tactics, and techniques show Russian hackers famous for targeting Americans have been active around the world. Source: Kremlin hackers are back in the spotlight after 2016 election breach
Source: Watch interstellar comet 21/Borisov hurtle through space in this Hubble time-lapse
Source: “Alexa, monitor my baby.” A smart speaker app can monitor an infant’s breathing
The US criminal legal system uses predictive algorithms to try to make the judicial process less biased. But there’s a deeper problem. Source: Can you make AI fairer than a judge? Play our courtroom algorithm game