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WIRED UK

September / October 2021
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

Celebrating a decade of Europe’s startup scene – successes are plentiful, but challenges still remain

GOING TO EXTREMES • terraXcube is an environmental simulation centre that can replicate temperatures ranging from-40°C to 60°C. Its concrete chambers are reinforced with steel walls, extra-thick windows and pressure-tight doors designed to withstand harsh testing.

Early adopters • Three founders share what’s exciting them, from crypto-wallets to office scent-diffusers

STUBBING OUT THE SCALPERS • Thanks to unscrupulous ticketing platforms, getting into your favourite band’s gig can involve hefty extra fees and leave you at the mercy of scalpers. But blockchain could offer a fairer, more transparent alternative to tickets

MAKING BEATS PER MINUTE FAR SAFER DURING SURGERY • Whether it’s playing country or pop, CanaryBox lets medical staff rock out without missing their patients’ vital-sign alarms

MANAGING DIABETES DIGITALLY • For diabetics, getting insulin doses right is a serious matter. The Quin app can predict when and how much they need

CRYPTO CURRENTS: THE MUSK EFFECT’S EBB & FLOW • Elon Musk’s influence goes beyond the Twitter thread – he’s also got the power to shake financial markets

CODING ISN’T ALWAYS A DRAG (BUT IT DOES HELP) • Aiming to demystify STEM subjects – and bring much-needed diversity to the field – Anna Lytical holds court on TikTok, helping budding coders get to grips with tricky programming concepts. The time has come… To command-line interface for your life…

THE FUTURE IS GETTING MORE DANGEROUS • And humans only have themselves to blame. We must act if we are to establish safeguards against existential threats

CLEAR CACHE • Remember when you could see inside your games console? WIRED looks back (and inside)

SNOOPING IS EASY – AND DISASTROUS • By accident or design, it’s easier than ever to invade someone else’s privacy. The question is whether we allow our worst instincts to drive what we do next

NFT ART: STILL COINING IT • Non-fungible-token-based artworks are hot, and can sell for vast sums – but what’s considered worthy is in constant flux, and often has nothing to do with ‘good taste’

Keeping the oceans clean: rust-busting on oil rigs with a new kind of plastic blaster

WIRED insider • Events, new products and promotions

A NEW HOPE FOR BUDDING FAMILIES: THE DIY FERTILITY TOOLKIT • For people experiencing infertility challenges, traditional routes such as IVF can be costly, time consuming, intrusive – and often heartbreaking. But one startup has gone back to basics to offer a kit-based therapy that can be used at home

CELL-FIES

KEEPING UP THE CHAOS IS THE BEST WAY TO STAY CREATIVE • From reinventing the superhero genre to charming us with inept vampires, Taika Waititi has long been at the forefront of many key genre-cultural moments – and he’s not done

Giving innovative startups a boost will benefit everyone • This year’s Amazon Launchpad Innovation Awards have identified an upswing in fresh thinking with real purpose

AI TAKES AIM AT WARFARE • The US military is considering letting artificial intelligence control weapons – and even deploy deadly force – without having any humans involved

A startup, by any other name… • Branding exercises go bold

GEAR X-RAY • WIRED reveals the inner workings of some of our favourite tech

EUROPE’S HOTTEST STARTUPS • LISBON DUBLIN BARCELONA LONDON PARIS...


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 152 Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Ltd Edition: September / October 2021

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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

Celebrating a decade of Europe’s startup scene – successes are plentiful, but challenges still remain

GOING TO EXTREMES • terraXcube is an environmental simulation centre that can replicate temperatures ranging from-40°C to 60°C. Its concrete chambers are reinforced with steel walls, extra-thick windows and pressure-tight doors designed to withstand harsh testing.

Early adopters • Three founders share what’s exciting them, from crypto-wallets to office scent-diffusers

STUBBING OUT THE SCALPERS • Thanks to unscrupulous ticketing platforms, getting into your favourite band’s gig can involve hefty extra fees and leave you at the mercy of scalpers. But blockchain could offer a fairer, more transparent alternative to tickets

MAKING BEATS PER MINUTE FAR SAFER DURING SURGERY • Whether it’s playing country or pop, CanaryBox lets medical staff rock out without missing their patients’ vital-sign alarms

MANAGING DIABETES DIGITALLY • For diabetics, getting insulin doses right is a serious matter. The Quin app can predict when and how much they need

CRYPTO CURRENTS: THE MUSK EFFECT’S EBB & FLOW • Elon Musk’s influence goes beyond the Twitter thread – he’s also got the power to shake financial markets

CODING ISN’T ALWAYS A DRAG (BUT IT DOES HELP) • Aiming to demystify STEM subjects – and bring much-needed diversity to the field – Anna Lytical holds court on TikTok, helping budding coders get to grips with tricky programming concepts. The time has come… To command-line interface for your life…

THE FUTURE IS GETTING MORE DANGEROUS • And humans only have themselves to blame. We must act if we are to establish safeguards against existential threats

CLEAR CACHE • Remember when you could see inside your games console? WIRED looks back (and inside)

SNOOPING IS EASY – AND DISASTROUS • By accident or design, it’s easier than ever to invade someone else’s privacy. The question is whether we allow our worst instincts to drive what we do next

NFT ART: STILL COINING IT • Non-fungible-token-based artworks are hot, and can sell for vast sums – but what’s considered worthy is in constant flux, and often has nothing to do with ‘good taste’

Keeping the oceans clean: rust-busting on oil rigs with a new kind of plastic blaster

WIRED insider • Events, new products and promotions

A NEW HOPE FOR BUDDING FAMILIES: THE DIY FERTILITY TOOLKIT • For people experiencing infertility challenges, traditional routes such as IVF can be costly, time consuming, intrusive – and often heartbreaking. But one startup has gone back to basics to offer a kit-based therapy that can be used at home

CELL-FIES

KEEPING UP THE CHAOS IS THE BEST WAY TO STAY CREATIVE • From reinventing the superhero genre to charming us with inept vampires, Taika Waititi has long been at the forefront of many key genre-cultural moments – and he’s not done

Giving innovative startups a boost will benefit everyone • This year’s Amazon Launchpad Innovation Awards have identified an upswing in fresh thinking with real purpose

AI TAKES AIM AT WARFARE • The US military is considering letting artificial intelligence control weapons – and even deploy deadly force – without having any humans involved

A startup, by any other name… • Branding exercises go bold

GEAR X-RAY • WIRED reveals the inner workings of some of our favourite tech

EUROPE’S HOTTEST STARTUPS • LISBON DUBLIN BARCELONA LONDON PARIS...


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