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After a seven month cleanup effort new tools are being used to keep cleaner drains in New Orleans. More >>


New approach allows specification of desired material properties, and a computer system automaticall... More >>


This in-design radar system is capable of severe weather warning and drone detection. More >>


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Danielle Wood discusses how technology developed for space now benefits citizens all over the world. More >>


New process creates wood products with 10 times the strength and toughness. More >>


Interlocking, injection-molded (LEGO) blocks offer a modular solution for microfluidics. More >>


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At A Train Station in Zhengzou, Chinese Police Officers Scan Faces for Criminals and Imposters with ... More >>


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