Annalee Newitz is the founding editor of the science website io9.com and the tech culture editor for arstechnica.com. She’s a journalist with a decade’s experience in writing about science, culture, and the future for such publications as Wired, Popular Science, and The Washington Post. She is the editor of the anthology She’s Such a Geek: Women Write About Science, Technology, and Other Geeky Stuff and was a Knight Science Journalism Fellow at MIT. She lives in San Francisco, California.
Native American crops you’ve never heard of, a new timeline for plants, and measuring the stench of the Neolithic era.
This week, President Trump signed a directive that would set NASA’s sights on the moon...again.
Science journalist Annalee Newitz joins us to talk about some of the stories from the week in science.
An archaeological find near Oaxaca, Mexico hints at the rise of bureaucratic government in the Americas.
In states where same sex-marriage was legalized, the suicide attempts among gay, lesbian, and bisexual teens dropped by 14 percent.
Annalee Newitz, the tech culture editor at Ars Technica, joins us to discuss the week’s science news, including how to find a hidden room in an ancient pyramid.