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Listen To Lightning Strikes Live On This Citizen-Scientist Map
Then make your own detector to contribute to the map!
MIT-Made Metamaterial Focuses Radio Waves, Could Yield Up-Close Views Of Molecules
The lab-built material focuses radio waves better than anything that occurs in nature.
Americans Suffering From Possibly-Imaginary Sensitivity to Wi-Fi Run for Radio-Free Zone In the Hills of Appalachia
It’s safe to say that most of us have come to accept, if not embrace, the abundance of wireless technology … Continued
Study Shows How Bacteria Could Generate Radio Waves
The "do bacteria generate radio waves?" debate rages on
In The Tiniest Receiver Ever, Graphene Can Directly Detect Radio Signals
A graphene sheet stretched among three electrodes is the tiniest device to directly receive radio signals, researchers say. Nanoscale radio … Continued
Hoping to Improve Satellite Data, ESA Cracks Down On Illicit Radio Transmissions
Illicit use of TV signals is not only bad for the entertainment industry. It’s apparently bad for climate research, too. … Continued
The Man Who Was Allergic to Radio Waves
Your cellphone does not in itself cause cancer. But in the daily sea of radiation we all travel, there may be subtler dangers at work, and science is only just...
US Troops In Afghanistan to Get Sensors That See Through Walls
As if aerial robots and bionic limbs didn’t make the Army seem futuristic enough, it looks like another hallmark of … Continued
At Cambridge Alien Conference, Scientists Warn Of An Invisible Earth and Hostile ETs
This week, scientists from around the globe converge on Cambridge University in England to discuss mankind’s relationship with intelligent life … Continued
RFID Waves Visualized and Demystified Using a LED Wand
Two Oslo-based design researchers have created a visual model of RFID fields in an effort to show curious designers how … Continued