Tackling an 80-year-old theory
American involvement in Afghanistan may be ending, but the need to detect IEDs isn't.
It turns out another industry's trash is fertilizer's lifesaver.
In 15 minutes, this device can identify biological threats in a sample of blood.
The greatest LAN ever.
The same output of electricity, now with 100 times less silicon
The world’s tiniest chess board and a pea-sized barber shop are the winners of a microelectromechanical systems design contest at...
Russia tests the "father of all bombs" but technical hurdles could defuse its lethal power
Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have developed sensors that could be mounted on bridges, aircraft or other large structures to...
Costs are down, interest is up, and the Stirling solar system is ready to flick the switch
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