The Bloodhound SSC is a fighter jet on wheels
No coastline will be safe from this beach-storming behemoth.
Soldiers today lug about 55 percent of their body weight into combat, but these tools could ease the burden.
Modern technology tackles the ancient issue of combat loads.
Hayabusa 2 could be the first to intercept and blast an asteroid.
It takes 1,000 years for a typical silicon wafer to dissolve in a bucket of water.
Titan Aerospace will test a drone that could track hurricanes, spot pirates, and more.
This crab is more than just a glorified crustacean meant for fancy dinners.
A space dust buster
The implants would use light pulses to activate certain brain regions and reroute function
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