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How radar is helping track down lost Indigenous grave sites
Indigenous groups in Canada and the U.S. are using ground penetrating radar to look for burial sites at former schools.
How Amazon’s radar-based sleep tracking could work
The company is interested in a device with a radar sensor that can detect how you move and breathe in bed.
A new microwave scanner can track moving objects through walls, Superman-style
A new multipurpose technology could locate people trapped in burning buildings, or even speeding junk hurtling through space.
The Arecibo Observatory collapsed this week. What now?
Reeling from a damaging astronomical loss, researchers contemplate how to adapt to a new reality.
Scientists explored a buried Roman city without digging up an ounce of soil
Radar is taking some of the shovel work out of archaeology.
Major League Baseball is nearing the era of the robot umpire
Teams might experiment with a controversial new technology in the delayed 2020 season.
The unexpected way COVID-19 is screwing up weather reports
Reports from commercial flight crews are an important part of weather validation.
Saab’s new spy plane has a powerful piece of hardware on top
The aircraft is called GlobalEye.
The most exciting aerospace innovations of 2018
China’s latest quantum radar could help detect stealth planes, missiles
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