Annalee Newitz is the founding editor of the science website io9.com and editor-at-large for arstechnica.com. They’re 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. They are the editor of the anthology She’s Such a Geek: Women Write About Science, Technology, and Other Geeky Stuff and were a Knight Science Journalism Fellow at MIT. They live in San Francisco, California.
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Stories lost amidst the focus on coronavirus, from a debate discussing climate, to the canniness of crows.
The National Institutes of Health completed a phase one trial on a vaccine created by the company Moderna.