Molly Glick is the Associate Innovation Editor at Inverse. They tell mind-boggling stories that offer a peek into our future.
Previously, Molly was an assistant editor at Discover Magazine, where they wrote and edited pieces about everything from mysterious early human fossils to robot therapists. You can also find their work in Sierra Magazine, Elemental, and Insider, among other publications. Molly has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and environmental policy from Northwestern University.
"Risk of Extinction" From AI Is as Big a Threat as Nuclear War, Tech Experts Warn
More artificial intelligence doomers have joined the chat.
This Humble Virus Could Revolutionize How We Treat Genetic Diseases
It's time for bacteriophage T4 to shine.
Scientists Made An Artificial "Cloud" That Pulls Electricity From Air
The secret? Tiny holes.
Dirty Diapers Could Replace A Scarce Resource In Sustainable Construction
A clever new use for used nappies.
Return of the Tesla Bot? New Video Teases AI Updates and Fresh Moves
They can deftly handle eggs, apparently.
NASA’s Newest Mini Satellites Just Launched — and They Could Transform Our Understanding of Hurricanes
The agency will get hourly updates on storm formation.
Elon Musk’s Biographer on the "Dirty Secret of Aerospace"
Author Ashlee Vance stepped into the minds of private space moguls — here’s what he found.
Ultra-Fast Charging and Super-Sustainable: Why the E-Bike Is the Next Car
Scientists and bike companies want you to rethink two-wheel transportation.
These Hardy, Arctic-Dwelling Microbes Can Break Down Plastic with Little Energy
Polymers may have met their match.
SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy Just Launched What May Be the World’s Most Powerful Satellite
But it’s no longer considered the mightiest rocket.
The Cusp is a weekly Inverse series that offers a sneak peek at the science and technology that could power our future.
Elon Musk’s Starship Rocket Just Exploded, Minutes Into Its Test Launch
SpaceX’s most powerful rocket partially failed its latest test.
Chatbots Could Transform Medical Care — But Not in the Way You Think
“It has the potential to allow for more humane care — for the right kind of doctors.”
In a First, Scientists Used a Lightsaber-like Technique to Play Catch With Atoms
Subatomic baseball could speed up tomorrow’s quantum computers.
Can We Rebuild the Spinal Cord? These Scientists Are Redefining What's Possible
Cutting-edge therapies could restore movement in people with decades-old spinal cord injuries.
SpaceX Starlink Launch: New Satellites With Quadruple Capacity Could Boost Internet Speeds
Elon Musk’s space venture is once again adding to its giant constellation of satellites.
NASA and SpaceX Crew-6 Mission: Experiments Could Reveal Extraterrestrial Travel’s Health Impacts
The team will test “organs” on chips — and even play with fire.
ChatGPT Could Make Tech Feel More Human — But Don’t Treat It Like One, AI Experts Say
Digital tasks could get way easier, as long as we’re careful about it.
Why Artificial Intelligence Could Make Dating Better — And Duller
“I think in the long run, it’ll become a mutually accepted social lie that we tell ourselves.”
SpaceX Starship Has Successfully Fired Enough Engines for Liftoff
SpaceX plans to send the Starship to orbit...at some point.