John Timmer

Chief science wrangler for Ars Technica. Writes, edits, and teaches science communications.

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The Earth has been experiencing more frequent asteroid strikes
January, 18 2019
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Quad star system may form planets orbits orbiting over its polesars_ab.settitle(1442419);
January, 17 2019
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On GMO safety, the fiercest opponents understand the least
January, 15 2019
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Imaging ever closer to the event horizon
January, 13 2019
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Review: Valley of the Boom captures Silicon Valley’s insanityars_ab.settitle(1439823);
January, 11 2019
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New Canadian telescope spots a second repeating Fast Radio Burst
January, 10 2019
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Milky Way to face a one-two punch of galaxy collisions
January, 5 2019
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Fixing photosynthesis by engineering it to recycle a toxic mistake
January, 3 2019
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New Horizons has a successful flyby of the Kuiper Belt’s bowling pinars_ab.settitle(1434677);
January, 1 2019
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Bikes, bowling balls, and the delicate balancing act that is modern recycling
December, 31 2018
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New Horizons set for humanity’s first ever Kuiper Belt rendezvous
December, 28 2018
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Why does flat Earth belief still exist?
December, 28 2018
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Urban farms could be incredibly efficient—but aren’t yet
December, 27 2018
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Japan restarting commercial whaling, ignoring global moratoriumars_ab.settitle(1433135);
December, 26 2018
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Political radicals don’t evaluate their own errors—about anything
December, 21 2018
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Researchers make RAM from a phase change we don’t entirely understand
December, 18 2018
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When will electric airliners make sense?
December, 14 2018
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A look at the Apple Watch’s ECG, from someone who needs it
December, 12 2018
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The Sun in its rearview mirror, Voyager 2 is in interstellar space
December, 11 2018
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Video: Why our rising oceans aren’t causing problems everywherears_ab.settitle(1423045);
December, 5 2018
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Trump administration organizes pushback against its own climate reportars_ab.settitle(1421089);
December, 3 2018
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Gene-edited babies: Unknown risks and clear ethical failuresars_ab.settitle(1420385);
November, 30 2018
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Chinese scientist claims to have gene-edited humansars_ab.settitle(1418389);
November, 26 2018
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Ion drive meets drone, as small plane flies with no moving parts
November, 21 2018
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Scientists spot two massive stars creating a pinwheel of dustars_ab.settitle(1415825);
November, 20 2018
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NASA picks a landing spot on Mars for its 2020 roverars_ab.settitle(1415291);
November, 19 2018
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Enigmatic ridges on Pluto may be the remains of vanished nitrogen glaciersars_ab.settitle(1413615);
November, 17 2018
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Sun’s closest solo star may have companyars_ab.settitle(1411903);
November, 14 2018
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Memristors built with 2-nanometer-thick parts
November, 14 2018
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Some good came out of 2018: Astronomy photosars_ab.settitle(1408485);
November, 11 2018
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How bicycles have changed in the last 25 years
November, 10 2018
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Why does flat Earth belief still exist?
November, 7 2018
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Hawaiian Supreme Court gives go-ahead to giant telescopears_ab.settitle(1404675);
November, 1 2018
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How do we figure out that rocks are billions of years old?ars_ab.settitle(1403199);
October, 30 2018
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AIs trained to help with sepsis treatment, fracture diagnosis
October, 27 2018
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Atoms may come apart as the Universe’s biggest stars explode
October, 24 2018
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Arizona superintendent fails in last attempt to limit evolution teachingars_ab.settitle(1398843);
October, 23 2018
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First thing we do, let’s kill all the experts
October, 21 2018
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New material could up efficiency of concentrated solar power
October, 19 2018
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The beauty of small things: A sampling of microscopy contest winnersars_ab.settitle(1395251);
October, 17 2018
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Want to move something at nearly the speed of light? Here’s how
October, 16 2018
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Chances DNA can be used to find your family? Sixty percent and rising
October, 11 2018
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We’ve seen more fast radio bursts, but we still don’t know what they are
October, 11 2018
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Ceres might have tilted over onto its side
October, 9 2018
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An insider’s perspective on Fukushima and everything that came after
October, 5 2018
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Do we have evidence for an exomoon? Ask again in a year.ars_ab.settitle(1387365);
October, 4 2018
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Nobel awarded for using Darwin’s ideas to make antibodies and catalysts
October, 3 2018
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Treatments that cause the immune system to attack cancer earn a Nobel
October, 1 2018
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Ars vs. bugs round 2: We taste scorpions, meal worms, and antsars_ab.settitle(1384297);
September, 30 2018
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Gene drive used to turn all female mosquitos sterile
September, 27 2018
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John Timmer is a writer who has produced content for arstechnica.com and arstechnica.co.uk
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Black Hole, Solar System, Carbon Dioxide, Immune System, Milky Way, Neural Network, Fast Radio, New Horizons, Radio Bursts, Space Force
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