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Cassini Spacecraft Snaps Highest-Res Images of Saturn’s Enceladus Moon
On Saturday, the Cassini spacecraft conducted a flyby of Saturn’s sixth-largest moon, Enceladus, snapping some rather breathtaking photos along the...
From Space To Soil, Farmers Enlist Satellites For More Bountiful Harvests
There was a time when a farmer simply tasted a clump of dirt to tell the fecundity of the soil....
Wellcome Awards: The Most Stunning Medical Images of 2009
Every year, a panel of judges at London’s Wellcome Collection of medical photographs selects the best of the year’s acquisitions....
Wi-Fi Signals Can Be Used to See Through Walls
Time for everyone at 113 East 38th Street* to ditch the cameras, because researchers at the University of Utah have...
3-D Scanning Brings the Future of Fingerprinting
A new touchless fingerprinting system is faster and more accurate than rolling your fingertips on an ink pad
Write Your Name on the Moon
New software from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory gives you control of a fleet of satellites, to harvest data or just play around
"Folding" light again and again provides a lot of magnification in a small space
Surgery By Numbers
A new imaging technology may make surgeons' jobs a little easier
One Camera, 12,616 Lenses
Stanford researchers are developing a digital image sensor equipped with 12,616 lenses to generate 3-D images