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.
Human-free farms could solve a major food problem
This isn’t your mother’s agriculture.
SpaceX Starship orbital flight: Elon Musk's rocket just (theoretically) smashed a world record
SpaceX plans to send the Starship to orbit — at some point.
First-ever lab-grown blood could change medicine forever
Plus: Cancer-treating bionic bacteria.
SpaceX Falcon Heavy launches on a secretive U.S. government mission
The world’s most powerful rocket takes back to the skies.
Here's how fixing our gadgets could get a lot easier (and cheaper)
Plus: Plastic’s promising wooden alternative.
Tim Cook thinks meetings in the metaverse are doomed — but it isn't that simple
Both AR and VR can help us connect meaningfully, experts say.
A new laser-powered chip can transmit the entire internet (twice) each second
And it may get 100 times faster.
Ariane 6: European Space Agency targets launch before end of 2023
The Ariane 6 cometh soon — if it ever takes off.
Robotics companies don't want you to use their gizmos for evil
Plus: Worm spit could annihilate plastic.
Worm spit could be a secret cure to the world's plastic problem
The secret is in the enzymes.
Space beaches may be more common than once thought, new study reveals
Plus: Laughing robots.
Horrifying: Robots may have just gained a creepy new skill
Remember: AI is laughing with us, not at us.
This sound-powered underwater camera could reveal deep-ocean secrets
Plus: Gaming tech for surgery pain.
Trash can-sized robots could revolutionize how you travel — but there's a catch
It carries your things, streams your tunes, and keeps a watchful eye on your every move.
This face mask hunts for viruses in the air you breathe
Plus: AI that can detect cancer.
These lab-engineered bacteria can take in solar energy and spit out clean electricity
Plus: Cyborg cockroaches.
Scientists can't agree on how to test our future foods
Some researchers say companies aren’t testing new GMOs thoroughly enough. Others beg to differ.
NASA's Moon mission could finally reveal what space does to human DNA
Plus: Furniture that assembles itself.
Goodbye, IKEA — a futuristic technology could create self-assembling furniture
Exciting news for people who can’t follow instructions.
This high-tech contact lens could diagnose cancer — and maybe treat it, too
Let’s put our tears to good use.