Michael Byrne @everydayelk
When not hacking apart bad science or explaining why math is actually the best thing ever, Michael studies engineering physics in Oregon. He is Motherboard's editor-at-large.
Articles by Michael Byrne
MIT researchers find that, with taxi-sharing apps, 30 percent of all road miles can be saved in New York City.
Spearfishers target 300 of the country's energy firms.
According to a new study, there is no global warming fix that involves us continuing to eat what we eat or anything close.
Our gnarly, cold-blooded mammalian friends offer a novel way of clearing out junk proteins from cells.
Physics is hardly done studying the Higgs boson.
Seeing without actually seeing is a real thing.
Listen to "Drop Science," a track crafted entirely from samples of machines recorded at GE's Global Research Center.
Dogs: outsmarting humans even at algorithm design.
Bastl Instruments wants to turn "anything to modular," from fish swimming to a human pulse.
Bioengineered yeast is poised to be the world's new supplier.