Latest stories - John Timmer

4 Days Ago   If you're of European descent, there's a good chance that you can be found.

4 Days Ago   A survey shows that the lone repeating instance is a real exception.

6 Days Ago   What might once have been a ridge along its equator is now tilted 36° off.

10 Days Ago   Ars chats with Naomi Hirose, who became TEPCO's CEO after the Fukushima meltdown.

12 Days Ago   If it exists, the bizarre moon is Neptune-sized, orbits a super-Jupiter.

12 Days Ago   Multiple rounds of selection can get us things nature never produced.

14 Days Ago   New treatments work against a huge range of cancers, some previously untreatable.

15 Days Ago   Prepped by an expert chef, bugs can fade into a complex dish.

18 Days Ago   In the lab, mosquito populations don't evolve resistance to this approach.

19 Days Ago   We explain why Apple's decided to go after a condition you may never have heard of.

24 Days Ago   We look at the design of NASA's latest planet hunter and why it was made that way.

25 Days Ago   A small bit of warming compared to the present for enough time melts a lot of ice.

27 Days Ago   The one cryovolcano we can see now is joined by dozens of extinct ones.

29 Days Ago   Tracking kids as they gear up and go to Intel's International Science Fair.

30 Days Ago   A look at why reporting on some areas of science is just asking for pain.

31 Days Ago   Cemeteries from the Longobard spread into Italy tell tales of migration and mixing.

33 Days Ago   Once in with the bee larvae, they eat them and the food the bees left for them.

36 Days Ago   "Superluminal" motion is old news to astronomers, but surprised our readers.

38 Days Ago   Animals returned to their native range don't understand the unfamiliar territory.

40 Days Ago   We can trace the progress of the jets as they shoot out from the merger.

41 Days Ago   The rover has not checked in as controllers are getting ready to trigger contact.

42 Days Ago   Work confirms some ideas for how the first life managed to grow in complexity.

48 Days Ago   Effects are tiny, also linked to risk taking and openness to experience.

54 Days Ago   She's the first-generation offspring of a mating between two types of archaic humans.

56 Days Ago   The gamers' work was later used to train a neural network.

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