Emily Rome

Emily Rome is a journalist with bylines in the *Los Angeles Times*, *The Hollywood Reporter*, *Mental Floss*, *Entertainment Weekly*, *io9*, and more. She is also the host of podcast *Shakespeare's Shadows* and will gladly gab about the Bard or time travel any day.

Entertainment

NASA psychologist on 'Ad Astra': It takes a superhuman to combat stress

" I’m not threatened in my career by A.I.," psychologist Jim Picano tells Inverse. 

Entertainment

'Black Widow' Writer Jac Schaeffer Isn't Scared to Make the Fanboys Mad

"I’m not interested in the loud, sour-grapes voices."

Entertainment

How ‘The Boys’ Became a “Perverted Wizard of Oz” — With Superheroes

The Amazon series is "a funhouse mirror of the world we’re living in," showrunner Eric Kripke tells Inverse.

Science

'Because Science' Host Kyle Hill Has Created a Surprisingly Addicting Show 

'Because Science' follows in the footsteps of Bill Nye and 'MythBusters' for the YouTube era.

Innovation

Code to Inspire Founder Fereshteh Forough Is Building "Afghanistan 2.0"

A computer chose Forough for a computer science program, and now she's helping girls choose computers.

Innovation

How Bitcoin Can Help Bridge Afghanistan's Gender Gap

When only seven percent of women have bank accounts, bitcoin can empower them for the future.

Science

Could 'The Wandering Earth' Actually Happen? Here's What a NASA Engineer Says 

"The science in it is compelling," says a senior NASA engineer.

Science

New Short Film Aims to Highlight the Patterns in the Universe

Practical effects and stunning nature footage create a sense of awe in Cyrus Sutton's new short film 'I Am This'

Entertainment

Space Without Time: How Stephen Hawking Fits Into ‘12 Monkeys’ Season 4

The Syfy series consulted cosmologist Sophia Nasr to get a complex concept into the show's final season.

Entertainment