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WIRED UK

Sep/Oct 2019
Magazine

WIRED is the Magazine for smart, intellectually curious people who need and want to know what’s next. WIRED will always deliver stimulating and compelling content and stunning design and photography. If you want an inside track to the future, then WIRED is your magazine.

WIRED UK

CREATING WIRED

Upskilling is the future — but it must work for everyone

The detectives of deforestation • A new way of using satellite data could help secure prosecutions against illegal loggers in Brazil’s rainforest

Rewriting the genetic rules • Jason Chin has found a way to convince cells to assemble exotic proteins in a breakthrough for synthetic biology – all you need is live RNA editing…

80s nostalgia gets puppet-powered • The fantastical world Jim Henson helped create 37 years ago for The Dark Crystal is now reborn for a Netflix prequel. CGI fans should watch from behind the sofa

Amal Clooney’s app of justice • In the fight against rogue governments using the courts to silence dissent, the activist’s weapon of choice is a fully loaded smartphone

Forget the movies: This is what it sounds like when a burglar breaks into your home • Audio Analytic’s sound map contains six million audio files – including six kinds of dining-room window smashes

Fashion designed to be disposable • Rachel Clowes’ bio-sequins work as well in compost as on the dance floor

It’s time we stopped moralising about Big Tech, and got on with reform • Trying to shame these profit-maximising businesses into action has been a disaster. Only informed, thoughtful legislation can tame the ‘digital gangsters’

EARLY ADOPTERS • WIRED asks three entrepreneurs about the startups exciting them

Taking down cyberbullies: insurance policies aim to stem the tide of online abuse • William Atak helps companies hide unflattering information online – now he’s courting a new client: teenage victims of cyberbullying

APP-ENABLED PEOPLE POWER • HOW MEXICANS CLICK TO FIGHT BACK AGAINST CORRUPTION

Track your Ailsa Bay on the blockchain • The data collected throughout this tech-forward whisky’s production is now digitally captured and certified

The fine art of slow food • In Martin Kullik’s experiments, artists and chefs collaborate to re-define our relationship with dinner/time

The insurgent tech built to win elections • From Donald Trump to Tommy Robinson, campaign platform NationBuilder is taking politics by storm

WESTMINSTER IS ADDICTED TO WHATSAPP. • Here’s how MPs manage the threads on plots, coups – and Love Island’s latest…

Welcome to the age of the value network • By harnessing the insights hidden in their data, companies can give their customers the products and services they truly want

Tech tackles China’s mental health crisis • In a nation critically short of psychological services, WeChat apps are helping to address a deep taboo

WORK SMARTER COMMUTER KIT GETS AN UPGRADE • Grab a pack that’s got your back – and your office essentials – and travel to work in style

KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY • Mentorloop is transforming corporate culture by promoting learning-based relationships

THE ULTIMATE URBAN COMMUTE EDIT • From business-friendly bike gear to ultralight pedalling: 15 ways to speed round a city with style and security

EAT YOUR WAY TO STAYING ALERT IN THE OFFICE • Forget the energy drinks and boredom munchies – it’s time to wake up to the latest nutritional thinking on work fuel

STEP UP FOR THE REAL POWER LUNCH • HIIT training’s 25-minute fitness sessions are, well, a hit with time-pushed workers

GIVE YOUR COFFEE SOME BUZZ • Oxford psychologist Charles Spence offers advice on getting the most from your daily java – it’s all about the presentation…

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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 176 Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Ltd Edition: Sep/Oct 2019

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WIRED is the Magazine for smart, intellectually curious people who need and want to know what’s next. WIRED will always deliver stimulating and compelling content and stunning design and photography. If you want an inside track to the future, then WIRED is your magazine.

WIRED UK

CREATING WIRED

Upskilling is the future — but it must work for everyone

The detectives of deforestation • A new way of using satellite data could help secure prosecutions against illegal loggers in Brazil’s rainforest

Rewriting the genetic rules • Jason Chin has found a way to convince cells to assemble exotic proteins in a breakthrough for synthetic biology – all you need is live RNA editing…

80s nostalgia gets puppet-powered • The fantastical world Jim Henson helped create 37 years ago for The Dark Crystal is now reborn for a Netflix prequel. CGI fans should watch from behind the sofa

Amal Clooney’s app of justice • In the fight against rogue governments using the courts to silence dissent, the activist’s weapon of choice is a fully loaded smartphone

Forget the movies: This is what it sounds like when a burglar breaks into your home • Audio Analytic’s sound map contains six million audio files – including six kinds of dining-room window smashes

Fashion designed to be disposable • Rachel Clowes’ bio-sequins work as well in compost as on the dance floor

It’s time we stopped moralising about Big Tech, and got on with reform • Trying to shame these profit-maximising businesses into action has been a disaster. Only informed, thoughtful legislation can tame the ‘digital gangsters’

EARLY ADOPTERS • WIRED asks three entrepreneurs about the startups exciting them

Taking down cyberbullies: insurance policies aim to stem the tide of online abuse • William Atak helps companies hide unflattering information online – now he’s courting a new client: teenage victims of cyberbullying

APP-ENABLED PEOPLE POWER • HOW MEXICANS CLICK TO FIGHT BACK AGAINST CORRUPTION

Track your Ailsa Bay on the blockchain • The data collected throughout this tech-forward whisky’s production is now digitally captured and certified

The fine art of slow food • In Martin Kullik’s experiments, artists and chefs collaborate to re-define our relationship with dinner/time

The insurgent tech built to win elections • From Donald Trump to Tommy Robinson, campaign platform NationBuilder is taking politics by storm

WESTMINSTER IS ADDICTED TO WHATSAPP. • Here’s how MPs manage the threads on plots, coups – and Love Island’s latest…

Welcome to the age of the value network • By harnessing the insights hidden in their data, companies can give their customers the products and services they truly want

Tech tackles China’s mental health crisis • In a nation critically short of psychological services, WeChat apps are helping to address a deep taboo

WORK SMARTER COMMUTER KIT GETS AN UPGRADE • Grab a pack that’s got your back – and your office essentials – and travel to work in style

KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY • Mentorloop is transforming corporate culture by promoting learning-based relationships

THE ULTIMATE URBAN COMMUTE EDIT • From business-friendly bike gear to ultralight pedalling: 15 ways to speed round a city with style and security

EAT YOUR WAY TO STAYING ALERT IN THE OFFICE • Forget the energy drinks and boredom munchies – it’s time to wake up to the latest nutritional thinking on work fuel

STEP UP FOR THE REAL POWER LUNCH • HIIT training’s 25-minute fitness sessions are, well, a hit with time-pushed workers

GIVE YOUR COFFEE SOME BUZZ • Oxford psychologist Charles Spence offers advice on getting the most from your daily java – it’s all about the presentation…

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