Amy Nordrum is an associate editor at IEEE Spectrum in New York City. Previously, she was a science writer for the International Business Times.
A budget proposal from the White House lays out deep cuts for several science agencies.
The U.S. Patent Office ruled in favor of the Broad Institute in an early case over rights to the gene-editing technique known as CRISPR.
Researchers trace the origins of AIDS in the U.S. beyond the original “Patient Zero.”
Journalist Amy Nordrum outlines the week in science, including NASA's mission to collect a piece of an asteroid.
Science journalist Amy Nordrum describes a Chinese experiment designed to test quantum communication systems. Plus, why scanning your own groceries could lead to sticky fingers.
China tops the list of the world’s most powerful supercomputers, and the psychological toll of autonomous vehicles.
Engineers are competing to build faster wireless data speeds to accommodate streaming video and virtual reality.
Logging online through unused TV frequencies, and the good and bad of tiger conservation efforts.