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Few jobs are more massive than building a nuclear power plant. The project that takes years and billions of dollars Read More.
In movies and television, computers often quickly identify a person in a crowded arena from tiny, grainy video images. But Read More.
Risks associated with charging a smartphone using a USB cord that can also transfer data are well known, but hackers Read More.
Potentially explosive methane gas leaking from energy wells may travel extensively through groundwater and pose a safety risk, a new Read More.
A self-healing, water-repellent, spray-on coating now in development is hundreds of times more durable than its counterparts. It could enable Read More.
There is a microgrid controller in development that can calculate and monitor voltages and phase angles and use inverters to Read More.
Using magnetic fields to remotely manipulate microparticle chains embedded in soft robotic devices, it is possible to gain control over Read More.
Using different light sources, a typical office scanner can end up infiltrated and a company’s network compromised, researchers said. “We Read More.
The transmission control protocol, or TCP, which manages traffic on the Internet, first ended up proposed in 1974 and to Read More.
With major reported data breaches last year hitting a record high and an average of one health data breach per Read More.