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SR-72 – the Hypersonic Spy Plane is Coming

SR-72 – the Hypersonic Spy Plane is Coming

Defense contractor Lockheed Martin recently announced plans to developed the SR72 – a hypersonic unmanned aircraft that would be the successor to the famous SR71 BlackBird long-range reconnaissance aircraft developed in the 1960’s. The new aircraft will be able to ...

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Massive Underground: Flood Prevention Technology

Massive Underground: Flood Prevention Technology

One of the most devastating effects of global warming in the world are the appearance of extreme weather conditions such as powerful typhoons, monsoon rains, hurricanes and tropical cyclones that wreak havoc on the world’s cities and other low lying ...

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When Defenses are Down these Clothes Hold Up

When Defenses are Down these Clothes Hold Up

According to the US Bureau of Justice Statistics about 91% of sexual assault victims are female and only 9% are male.   The preponderance of statistical evidence shows us that women could benefit from some form of extra protection on them ...

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Nano-Structures are the Future of Water Repellency

Nano-Structures are the Future of Water Repellency

Conical Nano-Structure Water Hitting the Test Surface Even the most robust water repellent surfaces that are found in windshields, boat hulls and power generators have a tendency to give way under extreme conditions. Conditions such as increased pressure and high ...

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Augmented Reality Makes Vehicles Transparent

Augmented Reality Makes Vehicles Transparent

Augmented Reality Makes Vehicles Transparent – from the video Researchers from Portugal are developing a system integrated into a car which can help drivers see what is going on in front of a bus or a car moving in front ...

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New Laser Identifies Materials from a Mile Away

New Laser Identifies Materials from a Mile Away

Joseph Meola of Air Force Research Labs conducting measurements on laser light bounced back from various samples placed a mile away on the ground from a prototype laser at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Image credit: Anthony Absi, Air Force ...

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New Development will Charge your Mobile in 20 Seconds

New Development will Charge your Mobile in 20 Seconds

Eesha Khare and her supercapacitor An 18-year-old student from Lynbrook High School in California, made a technological discovery that has the potential to change the future of how we use your cell phones and many other devices creating an electrochemical ...

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New Sensor – 1000 Times More Sensitive to Light!

New Sensor – 1000 Times More Sensitive to Light!

The new groundbraking graphene sensor (Credit: Nanyang Technological University) Engineers from Singapore have created a new type of camera sensor made from graphene that is said to be 1,000 times more sensitive to light than current imaging sensors. Researchers from ...

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