Big ideas and lots of confidence, but no big announcements
New research shows where deadly pathogens are cropping up the fastest. Unfortunately, the hottest hot zones often have the least funding to monitor for emerging diseases
High-tech security isn't just for the airport anymore. Advances now coming out of the labs will help protect what's dear to you, from your car to your kids, your dinner to your dinero
It's 3 AM, that phone is ringing; will their records back their claims?
How do you secure an event like a big-city marathon?
A 3-D holographic body scanner uses ultrahigh-frequency radiowaves to illuminate non-metal weapons concealed beneath clothing.
Scientists develop new motion sensor that enables window panes and glass doors to detect movements via a special coating
Congress will scramble to address the isotope paucity this week
Aerial surveillance, radio tagging and ranger patrols aim to fight poaching in Asia and Africa.
We wish these were April Fools pranks.
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Research suggests the use of chemical dispersants hinders oceanic microbes responsible for natural cleanup
To maintain accuracy and realism, producers of the film sought out military and government officials to advise them.
Kelvin Droegemeier could be an huge boon to the scientific community.
While far from a cure-all, technology will play an important role in health care reform
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