Nick Lucchesi

Nick is executive editor at Inverse. He has done stints at The Village Voice, the Denver Westword, and the St. Louis Riverfront Times. He writes about art, technology,  nature, and the future of cities.  Email him at nick@inverse.com.
Strategy
3 psychological strategies to be more focused at work
Stephen J. Bronner and Nick Lucchesi
To make the most of boosting one’s productivity and achieving goals, scientists of all disciplines can agree on a few tried-and-true methods getting to the cathartic action of crossing off an item from a to-do list faster.
Strategy
Don't set your goals -- set your goal! Study reveals the power in focus
Stephen J. Bronner and Nick Lucchesi
How do you move a Big Idea off your to-do list and onto your got-done list?
Cybertruck codex
Tesla Cybertruck release date, specs, price: "Doesn't look like anything else.”
Mike Brown and Nick Lucchesi
In the months since the launch, Elon Musk has ratcheted up the hype.
Verbatim
Read Elon Musk's comments from the Tesla Q4 Earnings Call
Nick Lucchesi
The Tesla CEO addressed battery production challenges head-on and made a few bold predictions.
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NASA's tiny golden satellite will keep alive an incredible streak for humanity
Nick Lucchesi
Sadly, you cannot live in this house-shaped satellite that will watch over humanity.
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Welcome to Inverse 2.0
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Entertainment
The Top 10 Genre Movies of the 2010s
Nick Lucchesi
Fifty movie critics and entertainment writers cast their ballots and out of a possible 500 points, these films received the most points in the first-ever Inverse Singularity Awards.
Singularity Awards
Science fiction, horror, thrillers: The 105 best genre movies of the 2010s
Nick Lucchesi
We asked 50 critics we love to cast their ballots. Here are the results.
Entertainment
Singularity Awards: How the critics voted on the best genre movies of the 2010s
Nick Lucchesi
Here is the inaugural class of critics for the Inverse Singularity Awards.
singularity awards
Singularity Awards: Breaking down the votes of 50 critics
Nick Lucchesi
Beyond which movie was the best, which was the most middling? And what should've been on the ballot? Let's break down the numbers.
Entertainment
The evocative world of 'Red Dead' fan art
Nick Lucchesi
What is it about 'Red Dead Redemption 2' that inspires artists so much? We asked.
Science
Inverse Daily: Is this the next superbug?
Greta Moran and Nick Lucchesi
In the early 2010s, a strange and life-threatening fungus called Candida Auris started emerging in patients in far-lung corners of the globe. Now, scientsts have labeled it an urgent threat to public health.
Science
Premier League: A deep mathematical analysis could predict a boring future
Nick Lucchesi
A sweeping review of English pro soccer has determined the winner is often decided by Christmas.
Science
Inverse Daily: The meaning of life
Nick Lucchesi
Scientists have pinpointed the age you're most likely to find meaning in life.
Science
Inverse Daily: Dunking quiets the brain
Nick Lucchesi
People who play sports have healthier brains that process sound better than non-athletes, according to a new study.
Culture
The University of Phoenix pays up: A major FTC settlement is announced
Nick Lucchesi
The University of Phoenix allegedly targeted military veterans and spouses, and paid for it with tax dollars
Science
Inverse Daily: Don’t call the Cybertruck brutal
Nick Lucchesi
The Cybertruck is bold, but one of America's leading brutalism experts says that's not enough to earn the term.
Science
Inverse Daily: Explaining the modern human face
Nick Lucchesi
Is a long history of accumulated genetic mutations the reason the human face looks like it does? Seems that way.
Science
Inverse Daily: Smoking weed may heighten the risk of a startling disease
Nick Lucchesi
After a meta-analysis of 25 studies, scientists say that smoking marijuana heavily for at least a decade heightens the risk of one startling disease.
Science
Inverse Daily: How stress changes the brain
Nick Lucchesi
Scientists now have an idea of why stress makes some individuals susceptible to one of depression’s core symptoms: anhedonia.