Claire Cameron

Claire is the Managing Editor at Inverse. She also writes stories about science from time to time. Previously, Claire was an editor at Nautilus Magazine, where she was part of a multi-award-winning team. She has also worked as a writer and editor at Spectrum, DNAInfo, and UtilityDive, although her journalism career began in breaking news reporting back in Scotland. She is passionate about using digital media to tell deeply reported and intriguing stories that make readers think differently about their world.

Inverse Daily
Inverse Daily
Inverse Daily

Milky Way galaxy map mission reveals existence of previously unknown starquakes

Plus: Human settlements on the Moon depend on answering two questions.

HORIZONS

NASA loses 2 cyclone-tracking satellites after launch company Astra rocket fails

Plus: A sensor hopes to remove the stink from Boston’s transit elevators.

Inverse Daily
Science
Inverse Daily
Webb Watch

A micrometeor just smacked into the Webb Space Telescope — it wasn’t the first

In deep space, no one is coming to Webb’s rescue. And that’s ok.

Inverse Daily
Inverse Daily
HORIZONS

Scientists invent an edible solution to fake alcohol

Plus: A crucial component of sending humans to live at the Lunar Gateway is completed.

Inverse Daily

Incoming! Webb Space Telescope first science images release date revealed

Plus: Can ginger really cure nausea? We investigate the belief.

Inverse Daily
Inverse Daily
Inverse Daily

NASA’s plan to put humans back on the Moon reveals a more fundamental ambition

Plus: Dogs benefit your gut health (because they are flawless).

Mercy
Inverse Daily

In a bizarre new experiment, scientists threw salamanders into a wind tunnel

Plus: Get the untold history of Encino Man as told by the folks who made the cult film.

Inverse Daily
Inverse Daily

What your cat is really trying to tell you if they pee everywhere

Plus: A critical anniversary for SpaceX happens this week.

HORIZONS

How a genetically-engineered tomato could help solve a global health crisis

Plus: A massive driving headache could soon be a thing of the past.