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Fantastic Science and Tech Books that Will Reboot Your Brain for Fall

Summer is slipping away fast, but there’s still time to spend a long weekend devouring a book on the beach. And it doesn’t have to be the trashy romance variety: We’ve collected a bunch of great science and tech reads that’ll entertain you while getting your brain in shape for school — or just get you thinking again… »9/01/15 1:10pmTuesday 1:10pm

This is How A Volcano Created Frankenstein's Monster

Welcome to Reading List, Gizmodo’s weekly collection of the most interesting science and technology stories from around the internet. This week, we’ll look at the aftermath of a 200 year old volcanic eruption, visit Cuba’s burgeoning Wi-Fi hotspots, sample the Martian cuisine of the future, and take a road trip to the… »8/30/15 4:59pmSunday 4:59pm

Meet the People Who Find America's Hidden Infrastructure

Welcome to Reading List, Gizmodo’s weekly gathering of the best science and technology stories on the internet. This week, we’ll search for buried infrastructure, tour the electronics factories of Shenzen, delve into the future of science fiction for the Anthropocene Epoch, and look back at Nintendo’s famous virtual… »8/23/15 5:17pm8/23/15 5:17pm

How Museums Preserve and Display Tattoos on Human Skin

Welcome to this week’s Reading List, Gizmodo’s weekly roundup of great tech stories from around the Internet. In this week’s edition, we explore the ethics and science of displaying tattoos after their wearers are dead, join a bloody Renaissance sport on the streets of Florence, and relax with architecture-inspired… »7/05/15 5:00pm7/05/15 5:00pm

Saving the World's Biggest Trees is Surprisingly Challenging

Welcome to this week’s Reading List, Gizmodo’s weekly collection of great tech reads from around the Web. This weekend, we’ll take you on a world tour of vulnerable ancient trees, terrorism on social media, a Chinese electronics manufacturing hub, and obsessive online vigilantes. Hang on to your keyboards! »6/28/15 4:15pm6/28/15 4:15pm

Meet the Men and Women Working to Prevent the Destruction of Humanity

Welcome to Reading List, a weekly collection of great tech reads from around the web. This week we explore the lives of the men and women charged with identifying existential risks to humanity, the groundbreaking new field of optogenetics, the unexpected downside to having very common name, and more! Enjoy.
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