The Chaparral drone could help the Air Force carry supplies, with less risk
This innovative drone from Elroy Air can take off and land vertically, and offers a way for the military to get stuff safely where it's needed.
The US doesn’t have a law mandating EV battery recycling. Should it?
Recycling batteries could reduce the need to mine critical minerals—but only if the packs are properly recovered.
Workers rely on medieval era tech to reconstruct the Notre Dame
Laborers are taking a decidedly old school approach to rebuilding the fire-ravaged cathedral.
An FTC one-two punch leaves Amazon and Ring with a $30 million fine
The company and its home surveillance subsidiary are under fire for children's privacy law violations and mishandling data.
How do sound waves work?
Sound waves are vibrations that can move us, hurt us, and maybe even heal us.
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The extension could be used to access every web page you currently have open in your browser.
Dinosaur Cove reveals a petite pterosaur species
The unidentified flying reptile found took to Australia's skies 107 million years ago.
NOAA predicts a ‘near-normal’ Atlantic hurricane season for 2023
A looming El Niño and warm sea surface temperatures factor into this season’s unique forecast.
Why you should sleep naked tonight, according to science
Rest easy in your birthday suit.
This fake beach is a magnet for tourists—and peaceful endangered sharks
In the Canary Islands, endangered angelsharks and European tourists are attracted to the same habitat which, for once, isn’t bad for the wildlife.