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Elisabeth Eaves

Elisabeth Eaves

Contributing Editor, Columnists

Articles by Elisabeth Eaves

20 December 2017
Americas

US lifts ban on funding creation of lethal viruses

Elisabeth Eaves

With a new approval process in place, scientists can now apply to conduct “gain-of-function” research on deadly diseases.

14 December 2017
Americas

A message from a proud nuclear-missile owner

Elisabeth Eaves

The New Yorker’s humor column goes deer hunting with nukes.

7 December 2017
Americas

DARPA invests $100 million in gene-altering technology

Elisabeth Eaves

A trove of newly released emails reveals just how much a US defense agency is spending to research gene drives.

1 December 2017
AmericasAsia

Weighing 75 years of the nuclear age

Elisabeth EavesJulian Hayda

Former Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz and other experts discuss the legacy of the world’s first nuclear chain reaction.

29 November 2017
AmericasAsia

Quantum espionage

Elisabeth Eaves

Author Garrett Graff interviews journalist and spy novelist David Ignatius on how emerging technology is shaping the future of intelligence.

25 October 2017
Americas

That burger comes with climate change

Elisabeth Eaves

#NoRedOctober tries to kick meat of the menu for a month. 

26 September 2017
AmericasMiddle East

Notes from the drone arms race

Elisabeth Eaves

The Pentagon holds a competition to find the best way to counter unmanned aerial vehicles.

21 September 2017
AmericasAsia

An American reporter in North Korea

Elisabeth Eaves

A foreign journalist ekes out insight on the US-North Korean nuclear standoff from a visit to Pyongyang.

7 September 2017
AmericasAsia

North Korean nuclear test shows steady advance: interview with Siegfried Hecker

Elisabeth Eaves

An eminent American plutonium scientist weighs in on Kim Jong-un’s powerful recent nuclear test.

30 August 2017
AmericasAsia

What to do if North Korea collapses

Elisabeth Eaves

Loose nukes and humanitarian crises are just a few possible challenges that will arise if the government in Pyongyang disappears.

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