A $200-million investment will fund development in digital manufacturing technology, lightweight composites and new power sources
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Merging the information of two photons, or units of light, could boost quantum-optical technologies
The U.S. Department of Justice and the FBI believe they don't need a search warrant to review Americans' e-mails, Facebook chats, Twitter direct messages, and other private files, internal documents reveal...
Help scientists map trash on coastlines and waterways
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In what may be a dangerous trend, the influx of digital gadgets into daily life has made people super productive, yet much less attentive and able to focus on any single detail
Scientists are building the next generation of atomic-scale devices
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New netlike circuits could create “cyborg tissues”
U.S. and other militaries consider drone-mounted detectors to assist in reconnoitering the sources of enemy fire during combat