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A commute so quick you could just die.
To an insect, air is as thick as oil. Michael Dickinson pursues the sticky question of how these creatures maneuver so flawlessly. The answers could spawn tiny new flying machines.
Misadventure though it was, the agency's Operation Acoustic Kitty was a visionary idea 50 years ahead of its time.
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Science of the Union.
As the U.S. campaigns against terrorism, new technologies will move to the front lines.