Jennifer Walter

Jennifer Walter is a Card Story Editor for Inverse. Prior to this, she was an editor for Discover magazine, where she covered just about every science-related topic under the sun. Her favorite stories to write usually have something to do with tech, psychology, health, or obscure history. Outside of journalism, she makes a zine with her partner called Stuck in the Middle to showcase the work of Midwestern writers and artists. She's a graduate of Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she studied journalism and German. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram @jenngwalter.

Glow up

Behold! 9 glorious Neptune images reveal our changing view of the planet

From Voyager to JWST, here are the most stunning portraits of the gas giant.

Climate crisis
small but mighty

Ancient DNA reveals the shocking scale of Anglo-Saxon migration

A massive genetic analysis sheds new light on ancient Britain.


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Dung Dealer
Family ties

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sky history

Just 670 years ago, this supernova burst into the night sky

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Burning Up

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Sunken Treasure
sky guide
Climate Crisis
secret stash
Reading list
Crowd Control
death spiral

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NGC 7727 will someday merge with a nearby galaxy — and intertwine their black holes in the process.

Mystery Solved

Ancient chicken bones and snail shells date the destruction of a Greek city

Researchers could even determine the season when the siege began.