Advances in GPS and remote detection of hidden military sites shift the strategic landscape.
Yuen Yiu, Staff Writer
Scientists apply quantum techniques to measure subtle details of a material's magnetic field.
Celebrating its tenth anniversary this March, hacking competition Pwn2Own has uncovered numerous vulnerabilities in everyday computer programs.
Author Duchess Harris talks about the economic and social factors that led African-American women to work as "computers" for NASA.
A solution that clings to plant leaves could make pesticide application more efficient and minimize soil contamination.
Scientists reveal plans for future experiments to study the faint remnants left behind by the Big Bang.
Estimating a city's solar potential based on its road network is comparable to more complex computer simulations, researchers find.
Even underground tests release whiffs of radioactive gases
Mathematicians borrow from Google's PageRank algorithm to rank Evander Holyfield the top boxer from the 1990s.
Scientists break the record for data transfer efficiency by using photons and quantum communication techniques.
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